Important Update: Report Cards
Report cards for the 21-22 school year were mailed on May 26, 2022 to the address we have on file for each student.
How to Read Report Cards
Look in the F1 column of your report card.
If a student received a grade less than 60 in Math and English Language Arts, then the student has not met the academic requirements for the year.
Students not meeting academic requirements are recommended to attend the Summer Learning Loss Program.
Contact the school if you have any questions.
2022-2023 School Registration
Parents, it is time to register your child for the 2022-2023 school year. Please go to the Lee County Board of Education website:
- Click “For Parents."
- Look on the left-hand side of the page and click “Registration/Enrollment Forms and Information.”
- Go to Returning Student and click the word “HERE”. Even if your child is going into the 5th grade, he or she is a returning student in the Lee County School System. Check your email for your child's Snap Code.
- Log in to the account you created in the past.
- On the Dashboard, select the 2022-2023 year and begin.
Each year, updating proofs of residency is required. We must have a current utility bill AND a current lease or mortgage statement. A 2021 Property Tax statement can be in place of a mortgage statement. A driver’s license is not an acceptable proof of residency.
If you and your family do not own or rent your home, but live with another homeowner, you will need to obtain an affidavit from the Lee County Board of Education. The affidavit forms are on this website on the same page as registration information.
To access the forms, click on the link below.
Congratulations Mrs. Christina Pooler!
I am Christina Pooler and I am a 6th grade math teacher here at Sanford Middle School. I began my 15th year here in August of 2016, my 20th year in education.
I was born and raised in the great state of Maine. I graduated from Lawrence High School and went on to further my education at the University of Maine at Farmington where I earned my B.S. degree in Elementary Education. After graduation, I began teaching at Benton Elementary, where I taught 5th grade for two years and 4th grade for a year.
I left Maine in 2003 when my husband came down on orders for Ft. Riley, Kansas. I had the pleasure of teaching 5th grade while there. We enjoyed our time in Kansas, but duty called and we were headed to New Jersey in 2005. Our time there was short-lived, but I was able to teach a sweet kindergarten class before having to pack up and head to Alabama. It does not seem possible, but we have been in Alabama for the past 16 years. We are thrilled to be here.
My husband and I have been able to raise our two handsome sons, Ethan and Brayden, here. Ethan is a senior at Beauregard High School and Brayden is a 10th grader, also at Beauregard High School.
I love being a part of the Beauregard community, but most of all, I love having a lasting impact on so many young lives.