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  • Tuesday, July 28, the Lee County Board of Education voted to support the recommendations of opening the new school year with remote learning for all students, in addition to delaying the start date for students until August 17.


    The health, safety, and well-being of our students, employees, and families remains a priority. The decisions to delay and to open remotely are based on evidence presented by the Alabama Department of Public Health, summaries from East Alabama Medical Center, and continuous consultation with local officials.  This decision has not been made lightly; it has been made with full awareness of the ramifications.


    We will monitor the COVID-19 data closely and reassess the status of our community at the end of August.  It is our intention, when conditions warrant, to re-open schools for traditional, in-person learning in the safest manner possible.  Should health conditions improve we have a target date of September 9, 2020, for consideration to offer an alternating day “soft” re-opening with staggered attendance.  More specific details regarding this approach will be shared closer to implementation.


    Employees shall return to work as originally scheduled in assigned buildings.


    As of the date of this decision, Lee County remains high-risk area for exposure according to the Alabama’s COVID-19 Data and Surveillance Dashboard provided by the Alabama Department of Public Health.  Thank you for working with us. Your understanding and patience are appreciated as we work through these trying times together.

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    Please, see the announcement below regarding the Special Called Board Meeting tomorrow, Tuesday, July 28, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. CST. 

    Special Called Board Meeting Announcement


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  • Please click on the preview below to view the presentation containing the Tentative Path to Reopening Schools that was approved by the Lee County Board of Education on 7/14/2020.  

    Tentative Path to Reopening Schools Presentation

    Please, click here to view a recording of the Lee County Schools Board meeting from 7/14/2020.  

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  • Lee County Schools Traditional Learning Plan Description

    Lee County Schools Traditional Learning Plan Description

     Lee County Schools Virtual School Description

     Lee County Schools Virtual Schools Description

    NOTICE OF INTENT TO PARTICIPATE IN LEE COUNTY VIRTUAL SCHOOL CLASSROOM - This form can no longer be submitted digitally.  If you would like to submit the form it needs to be filled out and dropped at one of the school offices on the form.  (Este formulario ya no se puede enviar digitalmente.  Si desea enviar el formulario, debe rellenarlo y dejarse en una de las oficinas de la escuela en el formulario)

     Intent to Participate in Lee County Virtual School



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  • Please, click here or on the video preview below for an update for the week of June 15th, 2020, from Lee County Schools Superintendent, Dr. Mac McCoy. 

    Dr. McCoy Update Video for Week of June 15, 2020


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  • Effective June 1, all Lee County School campuses will reopen to the public. The current COVID pandemic has caused additional concerns and the need for greater infection control measures. You will notice some changes at our offices to help better protect you and our employees. Therefore, we are reopening with certain restrictions in place. Those restrictions include:


    • Limit the number of visitors in the lobby. We ask that you call before you come to a school or district office. We encourage you to schedule an appointment to ensure your business may be addressed in an efficient manner and to minimize wait times.
    • If you are sick, please do not enter any school or district office. Remain at home and call us to address your school business.

    In the interest of public health and safety, we ask that you adhere to the following guidelines:

    • Wear a face covering upon entering a school or district office. Keep it on when in the lobby and hallways.
    • Maintain social distancing. Keep at least six feet between yourself and others throughout the buildings.

    We look forward to welcoming you back to our campuses.

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  • For the most up to date information about Coronavirus (COVID-19), click here.


    Statement from Lee County Schools Superintendent, Dr. Mac McCoy Regarding COVID-19

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  • 2019-2020 Free and Reduced Lunch Application

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  • Scoliosis Guidelines were revised in January 2019. Please click here for more information.

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