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Opening for Cook/Baker (7241)

Lee County Schools is accepting applications for a Cook/Baker (Class 7241).


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Rescheduled SBDM Meeting

Lee County Middle High School regular scheduled SBDM meeting on Thursday, November 22nd has been rescheduled for Thursday, November 29th at 4:00pm.


Lee County Schools is Accepting Applications for Two Gear Up Positions
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School District Responds to Comments Made During Tax Hearing

The Lee County School District issues a response to comments and concerns raised during the tax hearing on September 5.


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Job Opening for Microcomputer Specialist Computer

An employment opportunity is available for a part-time Microcomputer Specialist


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Regular Scheduled SBDM Meeting

The regular scheduled SBDM Council meeting at LCMHS will be held every fourth Thursday each month at 4:00 pm.


NON-DISCRIMINATION NOTICE

The Lee County School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs or activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.

Inquiries may be directed to the Title IX Coordinator or the Section 504/ADA Title II Coordinator at 242 Lee Avenue, Beattyville, Kentucky, via telephone 606-464-5000, and via email to karen.angel@lee.kyschools.us or david.lyons@lee.kyschools.us.


 


SBDM Special Called Meeting

There will be a special called SBDM meeting on Monday, July 30, 2018 at LCMHS.


Employee, Substitute, and Coach Handbooks for 2018-2019 Are Now Available

Handbooks for full-time employees, substitute employees, and coaches are posted under the Departments - Human Resources tab.  All employees should review the handbooks and sign the acknowledgment of receipt.


CHROMEBOOK TRAINING, EARLY START AND OPEN HOUSE at LCMHS

 

CHROMEBOOK TRAINING

On Thursday, July 26th at 10:00 am, there will be a Chromebook training for all incoming sixth graders and anyone else who has not gone through the process in the middle school cafeteria at Lee County Middle High School.  This training must be completed by the parent and the child before any student can be issued a Chromebook.  Participation in this is training is strongly encouraged.  A digital device is a necessity in the classroom for the student to access several online programs.

 

EARLY START

Early Start for incoming 6th grade students will be Thursday, July 26th from 10:30-12 in the middle school at LCMHS.  Students will tour the building, meet their teachers, and be given a list of supplies needed for school.  During that time, students may also pay the five dollar rental fee for combination locks and receive their locker number. 

 

LCMHS - OPEN HOUSE

School wide Open House will be Monday, August 6th from 4:00-6:00 pm.. 


Instructional Assistant Vacancy General Education

The Lee County School District is currently accepting applications for an Instructional Assistant. 


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School Nurse Vacancy School Nurse

The Lee County School District is currently accepting applications for a School Nurse. 


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Lee County School District Finance Corporation Meeting
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Summer Food Service Program Announcement
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NOTICE REGARDING THE GIFTED AND TALENTED PROGRAM
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Employment Opportunities for Substitute Bus Drivers, Maintenance Workers and Cooks
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Instructional Assistant Vacancy General Education

A vacancy exists for an Instructional Assistant I position at Lee County Middle High School.  Click on the Employment tab for details.


Lee County High School Summer Reading List

LCHS Summer Reading List


NOTICE OF DATE CHANGE FOR MAY BOARD MEETING

Board meeting rescheduled from May 8 until May 10


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Parent Pickup

This is a message from Lee County Schools. regarding the road closure of Highway 1144.  As a result of this closure, Lee County Middle High School will be adjusting their afternoon pick-up process.  Cars will be placed in two lines to prevent back up and the blocking of the access road that runs between the track and vocational school.  Staff will be present today to help assist with lining up the cars.  While Highway 1144 is closed, it will be important that traffic does not block the access road to ensure that the Ambulance, Police, and Fire and Rescue vehicles can get through in case of an emergency.  The road closure will also affect some bus pick-up and drop off times as buses will be re-routed around Fairground Ridge before starting their normal routes.  Buses may be later in the evening because of re-routing due to closure of the road.  Thank you in advance for your cooperation as we make these mid-year adjustments to our pick-up and drop-off procedures for parents and buses due to the road closure.


NOTICE OF VACANT LEE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION SEAT School Board Vacancy

DISTRICT 1 VACANCY


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District Calendar Committee Meeting School Calendar
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Class of 2018 Music Show and Silent Auction

Class of 2018 MUSIC SHOW
Featuring
THE HILLTOP PICKERS
MONROE LAND WAY
MR. PHILLIP DURBIN
ERIN & JENNA

MS. SHELBY DAVIS

Date: Saturday, March 24th
TIME: 6:00 PM (Silent Auction will end at 7:30 pm)
LOCATION: Sedley Stewart Auditorium
Refreshments will be available
AND SILENT AUCTION
$5.00 ADMISSION


Attendance Reward Requirements

How to Qualify for the the Reward:

1.       Students can only be absent or tardy for 7 total class periods during the 3rd nine weeks. 

2.       The 7 total periods could be one full day or a combination of tardies to class and late arrival/early departures.

 


Valentine's/Winter Dance Valentine's Dance

What?  Valentine's/Winter Dance

Where? LCHS Gym

When? February 9th,  6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

How Much? $5.00 admission per person.  Food and drinks will be available for purchase.  Song requests will be $1.00.  Song requests with dedication will be $2.00.

 


Senior Auction Holidays

You are invited…

 

What?   Class of 2018 Senior Fundraiser Basket Auction

Where? LCMHS Sedley Stewart Auditorium

When?  Saturday, December 2, 2017 at 1:00 p.m.

Why?    Help send our Lee County seniors on a senior

               trip and get your holiday shopping done at the

               same time!


Homecoming Dance! Fall Dance

When:  November 9th  6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Where:  Gym

Admission: $5.00

See You There!

 


Teen Read Week is Coming! Teen Read Week

Unleash Your Story! This is a great week to tell your own story as well as find stories, biographies, autobiographies, folktales, and more in your school and local library.  Also, look for free book giveaways courtesy of LINK and KEDC! 

LINK


"Get it Solved, STOP the Bullying!"

October is Bullying Prevention Month and the Kentucky Center for School Safety is proud to announce this year's Kentucky Safe Schools Week is set for October 15-21, 2017. Together we can "Get Involved and Get it Solved, STOP the Bullying!"  The online “Get Involved…Pledge Against Bullying” encourages involvement and invites students, staff and communities to pledge against bullying. 

 

Click on the picture below to take the Pledge Against Bullying:

Take the Get Involved Pledge


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Emergency Non-certified Substitute Teacher Training Scheduled

EMERGENCY NON-CERTIFIED SUBSTITUTE TEACHER TRAINING SCHEDULED

OCTOBER 2ND, 3RD, AND 4TH, 2017

 

 

In response to growing difficulties experienced by the Lee County School District in recruiting and retaining qualified substitute teachers, an (18) clock hour orientation program (3-day workshop) will be offered for Emergency Non-Certified Substitute Teacher Applicants.  Interested parties who have less than 64 college hours, a high school diploma, or its equivalent, may apply.  The 3-day training will be held 9:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m., October 2nd, 3rd, and 4th at the Lee County Board of Education Office Complex, 242 Lee Avenue, Beattyville, KY  41311. 

 

 


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Open House and Chromebook Training Open House

We would like to invite all parents, guardians and students to our Open House of the 2017-18 School year on Tuesday, September 12th from 4 pm to 6 pm.  You will have an opportunity to see your child's mid-term grades and talk with their teachers. We hope that any issues can be discussed prior to our first 9 weeks report card grades.

There will also be two trainings on Tuesday afternoon during Open House.  Mrs. Johnson will be meeting with the 8th graders and parents in the middle school cafeteria at 4:30.

Mrs. Smith will have a Chromebook Training for any parent, guardian and/or student who has not received the required training. This Chromebook training will begin at 5 pm during Open House in the hgh school cafeteria.


Emergency Non-Certified Substitute Teacher Training

Please click below for more information on the Emergency Non-Certified Substitute Teacher Training on October 2nd, 3rd and 4th!

 

 


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Scheduled SBDM Meetings

LCMHS SBDM meetings will be held on the fourth Thursday each month at 4:00 pm.


LCMHS Celebrates National Read a Book Day! National Read a Book Day

Students and staff will be celebrating National Read a Book Day on September 6th!  Staff members will be sharing the titles of their favorite books, giving away free books courtesy of project LINK, and taking time to "drop everything and read."   A bookworm or two might even show up to visit at lunch!

LCMHS Celebrates National Read a Book Day


LEE COUNTY SCHOOLS CLOSED MONDAY AUGUST 21, 2017

Click on the picture below to view the full memo to Lee County parents, students, and staff regarding the upcoming solar eclipse.Solar Eclipse Memo

 


Pick-Up and Drop-Off Procedures Parent Pick-Up and Drop-off Map

Click Here for Student Pick-Up and Drop-off Information


Early Start & Open House Dates

EARLY START

Early Start for incoming 6th grade students will be Monday, July 24th from 9:30-12 in the middle school at LCMHS.  Students will tour the building, meet their teachers, and be given a list of supplies needed for school.  During that time, students may also pay the five dollar rental fee for combination locks and receive their locker number. 

LCMHS - OPEN HOUSE

School wide Open House will be Tuesday, August 1st from 4-6pm.  

 


SUMMER FOOD SERVICE PROGRAM

UPDATED SUMMER FOOD SERVICE PROGRAM  SITES

FREE MEALS!

ANYONE 18 YEARS OF AGE AND UNDER IS WELCOME TO RECEIVE A FREE MEAL!

 


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SBDM Special Called Meeting

There will be a special called SBDM meeting at the HS library on Wednesday, May 10 at 3:30.


LCMHS Now Taking SBDM Parent Nominations

LCMHS is now accepting nominations for a SBDM Parent Council Member until May 14, 2017.  SBDM council member's term will begin August 2017.  A parent council member shall be a parent, step parent, foster parent or legal guardian of a student attending the school during the council member's term of office.  A parent is ineligible if he/she is an employee of LCMHS.  Parents may nominate themselves or another parent.  Please contact Jennifer Wilder, YSC director by email (jennifer.wilder@lee.kyschools.us), phone (464-5005, ext 5023) or in person if you would like to nominate yourself or another parent.  Qualifications to serve include a background check and school council member training.


Sophomores Take Part in Operation Preparation Operation Preparation

Preparing for the Future!


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FFA Students Speak Out! FFA Student Speech

FFA Students are giving speeches this week on a variety of topics in preparation for Spring Field Day on Thursday at EKU.


Future Chefs Visit Sullivan Culinary School Culinary Arts

Several LCMHS students with an interest in culinary arts recently visited Sullivan College in Lexington where they created gourmet macaroni and cheese with Chef John Foster, owner of the Sage Rabbit restaurant.


Lee County High School Youth Career Connect (YCC) March Student of the Month Peri Thacker Peri Thacker
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Kindergarten Entry Age Changed for 2017-2018

There is a new cutoff date starting next school year to enroll your child in kindergarten. Beginning with the 2017-18 school year, children must be 5 years old as of August 1,  to enroll in kindergarten in a Kentucky public school.

Follw this link to find out more.    /userfiles/454/my files/kindergarten_entry in color.pdf?id=2449


Prom! Prom tickets

Tickets for Prom are now available.  If you purchase tickets between March 1st and March 24th, they will cost $25.00 per person.  If you purchase tickets between March 25th and April 14th, they will cost $30.00 per person.  If you would like to purchase tickets, see Mrs. Estes.  In addition, anyone who wishes to bring a date who doesn't attend Lee County High must fill out a date form and go through the interview process.


LCMHS Spring Newsletter Now Available!

The LCMHS Spring Newsletter is now available online!  To access the newsletter, click "Newsletters" in the blue box to the left of this article.  A printable school calendar is also available there. In addition to the online edition of the newsletter, we will be giving away paper copies at Open House on March 7th. 


Open House Slated for March 7, 2017

LCMHS Open House is scheduled for March 7th from 4:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m.   We will be drawing names to give away free books to a few lucky parents!  Please stop by and pick up your student's report card, speak with teachers and staff, and get your name entered in the drawings!


Youth Career Connect February Student of the Month Alyssa Brandenburg Alyssa Brandenburg
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Youth Career Connect (YCC) January Student of the Month Kathryn Bowman Katie Bowman

   


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Holiday Spirit Week!

Monday-Red/Green Day

Tuesday--Christmas Hat and Sock Day

Wednesday--Christmas PJ Day

Thursday--Ugly Sweater Day

Friday--Jingle Bell/Christmas Spirit Day


YCC December Student of the Month YCC December Student of the Month
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Dance Blue Mini Marathon!

There will be a Dance Blue Mini Marathon for Lee County high school students in the Lee County Middle High gym on December 3rd.  Please see watch these videos for details!

 

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=eYztHIWvqWM


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"Important Parent Information" regarding Non-traditional Instruction Days

What is a Non-traditional School Plan?

Click here to find out


Mr. Bennett's FFA Students Grow Lettuce for the High School Lunchroom! FFA Students Grow Lettuce
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Tentative Blue/White Night Schedule
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Senior Auction Fundraiser

The Senior Auction is still scheduled for November 5, but it will now be held at the high school gym around 3:00.  It will be after the FFA Pig Roast.  The Seniors are not doing a meal because of the time change.  Seniors would like to invite everyone to the auction. We have lots of really nice auction items that would make great gifts!  There will also be a silent auction of baked goodies, and  Mrs. Frances Click will be there selling Tupperware.


YCC November Student of the Month YCC November Student of the Month
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LCMHS Open House

LCMHS Open House will be held on Thursday, October 13 from 4:00-6:00

Title 1 educational resources will be distributed. 

Light snacks will be provided.

Report cards will be handed out. 

There will be a presentation in the middle school library for 8th grade parents at 5:00.


SBDM Special Called Meeting

There will be a special called SBDM meeting on Wednesday October 12 at 4:30 in the high school library. 


“Be the HERO; STOP the Bullying!” Pledge

Click the picture below to take Pledge!


SBDM Meeting

Lee County Middle High School SBDM meeting will be on Wednesday, Sept.28, 2016 at 4:30 in the high school library.


Youth Leadership Summit

Twenty six Lee County High School students took part in a Youth Leadership Summit at the EKU Manchester campus on Thursday Sept 8. Students’ choices of topics included cultural diversity, service project learning, river of life as well as a communication workshop. The Summit, set up by the PALS leaders of Gear Up, was a chance for students to network with students from many surrounding counties also while learning how they could become leaders in their own schools and communities.


Lee County Awarded

Lee County, along with Whitley and Owsley Counties, recently received an award from the Commissioner at the Learning from Kentucky Classrooms Conference for collaborating together to implement and improve the strategies of the Mathematics Design Collaborative and the Literacy Design Collaborative.


September YCC Student of the Month: Ethan Smith
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Educational Talent Search

Click on the link for more information

www.ets.eku.edu


LEE COUNTY SCHOOLS WILL HOLD EMERGENCY NON-CERTIFIED SUBSTITUTE TEACHER TRAINING AUGUST 30TH, AUGUST 31ST AND SEPTEMBER 1ST

The three day training will be held at the Lee County Board of Education, 242 Lee Avenue in Beattyville, Kentucky from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. August 30th, August 31st, and September 1st, 2016.


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August YCC Student of the Month: Andy Robinson

 


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2015-2016 Yearbooks Are Here!

Students can now pick up their 2015-2016 yearbooks.  If you didn't order one, you can purchase one at Orientation for $30.00.


Open House -Grades 9-12

August 2nd from 2:30-4:30.  Click on title for more information on scheduled times.


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Summer School Schedule

Summer School – 2016

May 31 - June 10, 2016

Week 1

8:30 – 11:30

Lunch 11:30-12:00

12:00 – 2:00

Planning 2:00 – 2:30

Week 2

8:30 – 11:30

Lunch 11:30-12:00

12:00 – 2:00

Planning 2:00 – 2:30

 

Student will be engaged in instruction or research five (5) hours each day.

 


Free On-line Parenting Classes for Lee County Schools

Follow the link below for more information!

Visit www.bluegrasslearning.com/leeky to sign up. It’s free!


KIDS & TEENS 18 YEARS AND YOUNGER ARE WELCOME TO RECEIVE A FREE LUNCH!

Click here to find out more!


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Summer Feeding Mobile Route

Summer Feeding Mobile Route starting June 6 – July 1, 2016  

 

  1. Lee Co. Elementary, 1665 Hwy 11 S.               11:00 – 11:15                     Lunch
  2. Beattyville City Park, 61 River Dr.                     11:30 – 11:45                     Lunch
  3. Happy Top Park, Water Works Rd.                  12:00 – 12:15                     Lunch
  4. Beattyville Manor, 151 Manor Dr.                    12:30 – 12:50                     Lunch
  5. Bear Track Park, 6752 Hwy 52 W.                      1:10  –  1:20                      Lunch

 

 


Yearbooks On Sale!

LCHS Yearbooks are now on sale.  If you would like to purchase one, please contact Mrs. Parrett!


Lee County FFA Grows Lettuce for LCHS Cafeteria!
KIDS! PLEASE JOIN US FOR NATIONAL SCHOOL BREAKFAST WEEK MARCH 7-11, 2016

Click the link below to find out more...

Start Your Day The Right Way With Breakfast!

 


Prom Update

Prom Ticket dues must be paid to Mr. Miller.  The cost is $25 per person from now until April 5.  After April 5 the cost goes up to $30 a person.  All tickets must be bought by April 25.  Also if a student has a date outside of school there is a paper that must be filled out.  See Mr. Miller to get the paper.  That paper is due to Mr. Murray by April 15.


Tips to Help Your Child Do Better on the ACT

 

Juniors in Kentucky public high schools will take the ACT on March 1, with March 15 set for a make-up day. These tips from the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA) may help your child do better on the test.

• Read, read, read. Most of the ACT is based on reading. The more your child reads, the better he or she will do.

• Take advantage of any free ACT prep courses offered by your child’s school or by local colleges and libraries.

• Have your child take practice tests online or buy practice tests for use at home.

• Make sure your child is familiar with the sections and directions.

• See that your child gets plenty of rest the night before, and eats a good breakfast that morning.

• Remind your child to take No. 2 pencils and a calculator if the school doesn’t provide them.

• One strategy for students is to do the questions they can answer easily first, then come back to the harder questions, especially in the math portion.

• Tell your child to guess if he or she has no idea what the answer should be. Guessing doesn’t hurt the score.

KHEAA is the state agency that administers KEES, need-based grants and other programs to help students pay for college. To learn how to help your child plan and prepare for higher education, go to www.gotocollege.ky.gov. For more information about Kentucky scholarships and grants, visit www.kheaa.com; write KHEAA, P.O. Box 798, Frankfort, KY 40602; or call (800) 928-8926, ext. 6-7214.


Congratulations!

Congratulations to the Lee County Chess Team for winning second place in the King of the Mountains Chess League and to Neil Mallory for winning sixth place overall!


Robinson Leaders Program Now Taking Applications!

Click here for more information.


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Class of 2017 Senior Fundraiser!

Class of 2017 Senior Trip Fundraiser

  • Goal: for each student to sell 5 items
  • Orders Due Friday November 20 (otherwise it will not be in for Christmas)
  • Students who have orders totaling $250 or more will be placed in a drawing for $50
  • Any checks need to be turned in to Mr. Miller the day after you receive them (before or after school)
     

Orders can be placed online through

www.mixedbagdesigns.com using the ID: 495173

 

For relatives and friends who are out of town.  Orders are shipped directly to the person ordering and there is free shipping for orders $75 or over.


DAYLIGHT SAVING TIMES ENDS @ 2:00 A.M. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1ST


LEE COUNTY SCHOOLS CELEBRATE NATIONAL SCHOOL LUNCH WEEK OCTOBER 12-16, 2015

Click here for additional information


OCTOBER IS ANTI-BULLYING AWARENESS MONTH Click on the link below to learn more...



Congratulations!

Lee County High School has been classified as a Proficient Progressing School in the state of Kentucky.  The 2014-15 overall accountablility score of 74.7 places LCHS in the 88th percentile! Due to the great scores over the last three years, LCHS is one of 10 schools across the state to exit priority status. Congratulations to all students and staff for the hard work invested to make LCHS one of the best!


Lee County High School

"Clawing to the Top"

 Vision:  Lee County High School students will graduate in four years and be college and/or career ready.

Mission:  To provide a positive learning environment and to ensure every student graduates with critical thinking, problem solving, and effective communication skills to be successful in the 21st century.

 


Attendance Rewards

Students who miss no more than fourteen excused class periods during the first nine weeks of school will be eligible to attend a field trip to Youth Haven Camp on Oct. 9.  


Yearbooks Are Here!

Stop by Mrs. Parrett's room before or after school to get yours!


LEE COUNTY MIDDLE SCHOOL SBDM WILL MEET IN SPECIAL SESSION

LEE COUNTY MIDDLE SCHOOL SBDM
TO HOLD SPECIAL MEETING

     The Lee County Middle School SBDM Council will hold a Special Meeting Tuesday, August 18, 2015 @ 4:00 p.m. in the Lee County Board of Education Board Room, 242 Lee Avenue in Beattyville, Kentucky.  The purpose of the meeting is to interview applicants for the position of principal at Lee County Middle School.

 


Parents, your participation in the AdvancED Parent Survey is requested.

 

 

Lee County Schools invites parents to participate in the AdvancED Parent Survey.  Click "Read More" below for details or go straight to the survey by clicking here.



 


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The Dentist is Coming to School!

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Preparing Your Child For School

Free online parenting class


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Dedication pages are on sale now
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Combs Earns Perfect Score at Team State Chess Tournament

Congratulations to Bryan Combs for winning all four of his matches at the Kentucky State Scholastic Team Tournament that was held at the UK Student Center on March 14th.  Bryan was one of only three students in the K-12 division of the tournament with a perfect score and was ranked third out of eighty-two players!

 


Ackerman Places Second at STLP State Competition

Congratulations to Katherine Ackerman who recently placed second in the "Geek Squad Ready" Competition at the state STLP Conference.  The competition was held at Rupp Arena and the Lexington Convention Center on March 26th.  As part of the competition, Katherine had to complete a website about a woman in history, provide a resume and letters of recommendation, and complete an interview.  Over 8000 people attended the event, and over 360 schools and 94 districts came to show what they know.

 


FBLA Region 6 Conference
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Yearbook Order Form
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Prom Tickets on Sale Now
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LearningExpress Library Now Available!

LearningExpress Library is a valuable learning resource that is now available to all Lee County Schools staff and students. It includes resources for:

College Prep Center

School Center

Computer Skills

Job & Career Accellerator

Adult Learning Center

Career Center

And much more...


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Senior Portraits
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ACT & WORKKEYS Readiness Courses Now Available!

FREE ACT College Readiness Course
Parents & Students:

Click for ACT Course Instructions

Click for ACT Course Link


FREE WORKKEYS Career Readiness Course 
Parents & Students:

Click for WORKKEYS Course Instructions

Click for WORKKEYS Course Link




 


Dr. James Evans, Jr. Testifies Before House Committee Regarding HB152 Telecomunications Bill

http://mycn2.com/politics/house-committee-sends-telecommunications-bill-to-chamber-floor?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+Cn2Politics+%28cn%7C2+Pure+Politics%29

 

Jim Evans, superintendent of the Lee County School District, said passing the bill would not only have a profound impact on schools, but also the surrounding communities. His district is one of a few across the country participating in Microsoft’s Teaching Education and Literacy in Schools.

“I know small business owners who need expanded broadband connectivity,” he said. “I know students who graduate and want to become entrepreneurs using advanced broadband technology. I know students who are lost considering dropping out, and with TEALS in Lee County, we’ve been able to provide an option for those kids to stay in school and succeed in life.”


Academic Team Advances to Regions
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Instructional Assistant Vacancy Posted Under Employment Tab

 

 


Financial Aid Night Slated for January 28th!

Financial Aid Night will be in the Lee County High School library on January 28, 2015 at 6:00 p.m.  Anyone interested in learning more about financial aid opportunities should plan to attend.


The FLU: A Guide For Parents

Please follow the link below to view important information for parents regarding the FLU.

http://www.cdc.gov/flu/pdf/freeresources/updated/fluguideforparents.pdf

Get vaccinated. Take everyday precautions.


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Online School Store

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Lee County School District December 2014 Newsletter

The Lee County School District has begun publishing Spotlight on Success, the district newsletter, quarterly.  The newsletter will now be posted on the district and each school website.  Those wishing to receive a hard copy of the document may obtain one by contacting Sharron G. Adams at the Lee County Board of Education (606) 464-5000 extension 130. 

Please follow the link above to access the December 2014 edition.


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Freshmen Can Now Apply for Robinson Leaders Program!
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SPECIAL BOARD MEETING & FINANCE CORPORATION MEETING CANCELLED FOR THIS EVENING

THE LEE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION SPECIAL MEETING SCHEDULED FOR THIS EVENING, DECEMBER 2, 2014 AT 5:00 P.M. & THE LEE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT FINANCE CORPORATION MEETING SCHEDULED IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE BOARD MEETING HAVE BEEN CANCELLED.

THE LEE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION WILL MEET IN SPECIAL SESSION DECEMBER 16, 2014 AT 6:00 P.M.


Career Day
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‘On the Move’ in Eastern Kentucky
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LEE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT FINANCE CORPORATION MEETING

MEETING NOTICE

Lee County School District Finance Corporation

There will be a special meeting of the Lee County School District Finance Corporation on Thursday, November 20, 2014 immediately upon conclusion of the Special Called Meeting of the Lee County Board of Education (approximately 5:15 p.m.). The meeting will be held at the Lee County School District Board office. The purpose of the meeting is to consider adopting a resolution authorizing the issuance of School Building Revenue Bonds for school building purposes.


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Blue/White Night Schedule 2014

Click here for the Blue/White Night Schedule of Events


Custom Apparel!

Visit the Lee County Bobcats Custom Apparel Shop at http://www.mylocker.net/kentucky/beattyville/lee-county-high-school/index.html


Distracted Driving Tour Program.
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A Cause for Celebration
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Senior Tour Eastern Kentucky University ------ By: Ethan Havicus
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PUBLIC MEETINGS SCHEDULED AT AREA FIRE DEPARTMENTS TO DISCUSS PROPOSED NICKEL TAX

Click Link Below for more info:

Public Meetings Scheduled at Area Fire Departments


The LCHS Marching Band Traveled to Pulaski County------ By: Ethan Havicus
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Academic Match
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Lee County VolleyKats Win Again
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LEE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT!

Vote FOR the Nickel in November!


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VolleyKats Beat OBI
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Lee County High School Golf
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Nickel Tax Public Meeting Scheduled

The Lee County School District will hold a public meeting at Happy Top in Beattyville, Kentucky Tuesday, September 16th, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. The purpose of this meeting is to provide information, and answer questions regarding the proposed Nickel Tax that will be included on the November 2014 election ballot. All interested parties are invited and encouraged to attend.


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Academic Match ----- By: Samantha Keller
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Senior Horse Show ----
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Parent Safety Survey

Parents,

Please take a moment to complete the following survey:

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/LeeCountyHSParents

                                         Thanks!


The New Academic Team Coach-------- By: Samantha Keller
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Dual Credit Courses -------- By: Mollie Richardson
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Lee County VolleyKats ----- By: Ethan Havicus
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Extracurricular Schedules

To see all sports and extracurricular schedules, click on the "Extracurricular Activities" link on the left!


Thank you to the Lee County Medical Clinic
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High School Orientation

Orientation for the 2014-2015 school year will be on August 4th at the following times:

2:30 to 3:30   (9th grade only)

3:30 to 4:30  (grades 10 through 12)

We look forward to seeing you then!


Senior Portrait Extension
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Senior Dedication Page
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Yearbooks on Sale Now
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Senior Fundraiser

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College and Career Ready by Graduation ---- By: Will Kehler
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LEE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL’S BAND TRIP TO DC
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HOSA State Competition ------ By : Ashely Gibson
 

 


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FBLA WINNERS! ----- By: Whitney Thomas
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Senior Trip ------ By: Will Kehler
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Mr. Lowe Retires
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Chess Team Advances to State
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12th region Archery Tournament
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Take Time For School Breakfast!
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EKU Honors Band
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District Academic Competition
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STLP Showcase at MSU--- by: Will Kehler and Austin Moore
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The Application for the 2013-2014 Class of Robinson Leaders Is Now Open!

Attention 9th Grade Students!


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Senior Auction Will Be December 7th at Happy Top!

The senior class will be sponsoring an auction at Happy Top on December 7th.  The meal begins at 5:30p.m., and the auction will begin around 6:00 p.m.  The senior class would love for you to donate an item or basket to the auction or to simply come and bid!


Lee County Spirit Store Now Available Online!

Check out our LCHS online Spirit store! 12% of sales will go to assist with the Senior Trip expense. You can customize your own backpacks and clothes!

 

Click this link for your Blue White apparel.

 

http://www.mylocker.net/kentucky/beattyville/lee-county-high-school/index.html


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District Vision

Lee County Schools, creating a successful future one student at a time.


District Mission

The mission of the Lee County School District is to foster trust, growth, and  accountability in partnership with students, staff, parents, and the community.     


Blue/White Night Schedule
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Cyber Bullying

For Bullying Prevention Month the Journalism class wrote editorials on Cyber Bullying an epidemic that is spreading across our nation.  Two of the editorials are posted on the high school website.


 


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New Technologies --By: Will Kehler
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Senior Fundraising --By: Ashley Gibson
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Celebration Day
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Chess Team Place Second at King of the Mountains Competition  

       On Saturday the Lee County High School Chess team traveled to Mt. Sterling to participate in a King of the Mountains chess league event. Thirteen Bobcats were among the forty-four players who competed. Senior Justin Austin finished the day undefeated winning all four of his matches including a win against the #2 rated player in the region. William Little finished the day by winning three of his four matches. Dakota Ross also finished the day with a win. The team finished the day tied for 2nd place among the four teams who competed.

Fall Ends Daylight Saving Time

 

DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME ENDS!REMEMBER TO FALL BACK ONE HOUR SATURDAY EVENING!

 

 

Daylight Saving Time officially ends this Sunday morning, November 3rd

 

2013 at 2:00 a.m.

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

Please be sure to set your clocks back one hour Saturday evening, November 2nd, 2013!

 

 

 

 

HEALTH INSURANCE 2013 OPEN ENROLLMENT
ATTENTION LEE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT EMPLOYEES

2013 HEALTH INSURANCE OPEN ENROLLMENT SCHEDULED
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Help us prevent bullying, violence, and risky behavior in our schools; take the S.T.O.P.! Pledge!
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New Cheer Coach ----- By: Mckenzee Newton
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Drama Club ---- By: Courtney Fox
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KDE Parent Survey
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AT&T Don’t Text and Drive Campaign at LCHS ----By: Sheyenne Johnson
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Changes Around LCHS --By: Sheyenne Johnson
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LCHS Attendance Incentives 2013-2014
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HOSA and FBLA Rush Week --By: Ashley Gibson
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New Volleyball Coach --By: Austin Moore and William Kehler
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Lee County High School Bowling Tryouts
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Cell Phone Policy --By: Courtney Fox
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FFA Attends State Fair --By: Will Kehler and Mckenzee Newton
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PRIDE receives Project of the Month Award --By: Katie Noe and Austin Moore
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Drop-In Program: $25,000 grant from AT&T -by Katie Noe and Ashley Gibson
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New Boys Basketball Coach -By: Sheyenne Johnson
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BLITZ WEEK

BLITZ WEEK ACTIVITIES WILL BE HELD AUGUST 26th - 30th

The theme of the week is:

FIRST THINGS FIRST-KEEPING STUDENTS SAFE

CLICK ON THE ICON FOR MORE INFORMATION


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Yearbooks
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Office 365 Email & Lync Now Available to All Students & Staff Office 365

Office 365 Email & Lync is now availabe to all students and staff. 
Everyone should now use the Office 365 link located under "Downloads & Links" to access Email and use the new Lync conferencing solution.  Later in the year, Skydrive Pro and Office Web Apps will be added to Office 365 for all students and staff along with a revised Email interface.  Office 365 can also be accessed directly by browsing to:

https://login.microsoftonline.com


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NATIONAL SCHOOL BREAKFAST & LUNCH PROGRAM

The Lee County Board of Education will again be serving meals to students under the National School Breakfast and National School Lunch Programs for the 2013-2014 school year.

All students will be served breakfast and lunch at no charge at the following sites:

Lee Counth High School, Lee County Middle School, Beattyville Elementary,

Southside Elementary.

For additional information, please contact:  Lee County Board of Education, 599 Lee Avenue, Beattyville KY 41311 at (606) 464-5000.

USDA Nondiscrimination Statement is found and posted on the Foodservice & Nutrition link.


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LCHS Orientation

LCHS Orientation will be Tuesday, August 6th. 

Freshmen 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.

All Students 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

We look forward to seeing you then!

 

Free Sports Physicals

Lee County Family Medical Clinic will be having a free sports physical night Monday August 5th from 5pm to 7pm.


2013 FFA Camp
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2014 Kentucky FFA State Convention
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IMPORTANT DATES!
  • JULY 31, 2013 - "EARLY START" for 6th GRADE STUDENTS - LCMS - 8:30 - 11:30 a.m.
  • AUGUST 2, 2013 - READIFEST will be held at Beattyville Elementary for ALL Lee County School District elementary students from 8:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. READIFEST is sponsored by the Lee County Family Resource Center
  • August 6, 2013 - Beattyville Elementary Parent Orientation @ 5:00pm
  • AUGUST 6, 2013 - LCMS OPEN HOUSE - 4:00 - 5:30 p.m.
  • AUGUST 6, 2013 - LCHS ORIENTATION - 9th Grade - 9:00-10:00 a.m. /Grades 10-12 - 10:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m.
  • AUGUST 8, 2013 - FIRST DAY FOR LEE COUNTY STUDENTS

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The 99th Annual Lee County High School Commencement
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Prom/ Project Prom Information for Students & Parents
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Senior Dedication Pages
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Ford AAA State Competition
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FBLA State Competition
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Passionately Pink 4-- By: Ja Cinda Warner
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Lyndsey Overbee Sings The National Anthem at Sweet Sixteen Tournament
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FFA Spring Field Day At EKU
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James Kash: Kentucky River Region President-- By: Brack D. Seale II
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Regional FBLA Competition
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Yearbooks on Sale
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2013 SkillsUSA Regional Winners
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Lyndsey Overbee to Sing National Anthem at Sweet 16.
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Celebrating National African American History Month--- by:Chantell Bottom
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Lyndsey Overbee to Sing National Anthem at Sweet 16.
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NEW LINKS FOR STAFF AND STUDENT EMAIL ACCESS

Staff Webmail > https://login.microsoftonline.com


Student Webmail > https://outlook.com


 


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Passionately Pink Auction -- by: Brant Cornelius
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Lee County High School Senior Trip
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Lee County High School Facebook Page
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Happy 72nd Anniversary Lee County FFA --- by: Brack D. Seale II
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*** NOTICE: WEBMAIL PROBLEMS *** Staff & Students: Be advised that we are experiencing statewide technical difficulties with our normal link to webmail on the bottom of the webpage.  Microsoft is working on the problem. In the meantime, please use this link instead. > https://outlook.com



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Bobcats Crowned Champs of Annual Red River Classic Christmas Tournament
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We're Having a Heat Wave
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Career Day---- by: Chantelle Bottom
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College Application Week
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Senior Field Trip to Somerset Community and Technical College--- By: Chantelle Bottom
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BETA Club--- By: Ja Cinda Warner
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BETA/NHS Food Drive--- by: Taylor Denham
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85th National FFA Convention & Expo------- by: Brack D. Seale II
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A Motivational Speaker------- By: Ja Cinda Warner
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Lee County ATC Student Showcase  
 

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Archery Fundraiser
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Senior Fundraiser
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Miss Lee County Wooly Worm Festival Queen Pageant--- By: Chantelle Bottom
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Mrs. Tipton's Classes
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TEENS FOR JEANS --- by: Ja Cinda Warner

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First Award Celebration --- by: Chantelle Bottom
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Calculus Calculators Mr. Miller's Calculus students need to purchase a calculator for class. 
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AG TEACHER TO RECEIVE HONORARY AMERICAN FARMERS DEGREE---- By: Brack D. Seale II
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Governor’s Scholars Program ----by: Chantelle Bottom
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A New Face Lift To The School ----by: Katelyn Phillips
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“The Only Easy Day Was Yesterday.”—Navy SEAL’s Motto ----by: Brack D. Seale II Ensign Kevin Hillary talks with LCHS students.
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Rogers Scholars Program ---- by: Ja Cinda Warner
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Welcome Back! LCHS Orientation will be held August 7th.

Ninth Grade:  1:00 until 3:00
Tenth Grade:  2:00 until 3:00
Eleventh and Twelfth Grade:  3:00 until 4:00

Students will be able to get lockers and schedules, tour the school, and talk with teachers.  We look forward to seeing you!

Lee County Students Compete at SkillsUSA Conference in Louisville Congratulate Our Winners!
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"Keeping Our Youth on the Right Path" Community Event Will be Held on April 10, 2012 in LCHS Cafeteria Doorprizes include: an I-Pad, Wal-Mart Gift Cards, and More!
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Lee County ATC FBLA and HOSA Students Assist in West Liberty Clean-up
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Thirteen LCHS Students Advance to State FFA Competition
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LCHS Band Receives Proficient Rating!
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Joe Bryant Places Fifth at State
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HOSA Students Win Essay Contest
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Adam Angel Advances to State in Ford AAA Auto Skills Competition
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Lee County ATC Future Business Leaders of America Capture Success at Regional Competition
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James Kash: Regional FFA Vice President
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Joe Bryant Advances to State Bowling Competition
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Deana Brandenburg Advances to State STLP Competition
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Archery Team Advances to State!
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Nurse Aide Students Pass State Exam! All of Mrs. Combs' nurse aide students recenty passed their state nurse aide exam.  Congratulations!
LCHS Archey Team Places First in Second Annual Bobcat Shootout!
LCHS Academic Team Students Advance to Regional Competition From Left:  Haley Brewer (Arts and Humanities), Michael Evans (Social Studies and Language Arts), William Little (Science), and Justin Austin (Math)
Leadership Assessment Reports Now Available

The Kentucky Department of Education conducted a leadership assessment of Lee County School District  and Lee County High School during the period of 11/6/2011 - 11/11/2011. Here are the most relevant facts and recommendations from the visit.


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Jewell Makes All Regional Band
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STLP Stop-Motion Animation Project Advances to State
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FFA Grows Hydroponic Tomatoes for the LCHS Cafeteria

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Class Competitions: Let the Games Begin Your class could win this amazing trophy and the grand prize! (The trophy is even more amazing in person.  To see it live, visit the school library.)
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ACT News
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Paint the School Pink Door Decorating Contest
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LCHS Open House October 13, 2011 from 4:00 until 6:00
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Best Pumpkin Contest
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LCHS College Fair Wear a College Sweatshirt or T-shirt!
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Senior T-Shirts Order your t-shirt now!
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Orientation for LCHS Students and Parents Mark Your Calendar for Thursday, July 28th
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Mrs. Tipton's Art Classes, Mr. Jewell's Technology Ed. Classes, and PRIDE Club Team Up to Create Outdoor Chairs Chairs for the Outdoor Classroom!
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Robinson Scholar Applications Are Due This Friday! "The Robinson Scholars Program has been a family away from home. Over the years, I have never been disappointed. I can receive advice or counseling at any time. It is very reassuring to have people you trust when you are so far from home. This feeling has been irreplaceable and I am forever grateful.”

Candi Noble, Lee County Scholar
2005 UK Graduate, Sociology


Prom Dresses Available at PEP
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Lee County Students Bring Home Honors at SKILLS State Competition
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Spring Comes to LCHS!
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Sophomore and Junior Summer Camps
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EKU Now! Take free college classes!
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Passionately Pink 2 When?  Friday,  March 11th at 6:00 p.m.
Where?  Happy Top Community Center
Why?  To benefit the Susan G. Komen for the Cure as well as one of our local ladies, Rena Sue Isaacs.

Valentine's Day Reminder (Balloons are Not Permitted on Busses)
LCHS Hosts Regional Governor's Cup on February 19th! Good Luck LCHS Academic Team!
Juniors take the ACT on March 15th After school prep sessions, prep books, and an online program are available!
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Blue/White Night
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First Annual Bobcat Archery Shootout
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Red Ribbon Rally October 29th
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Purple Week (Family Violence Prevention Week) Wear Purple on Friday, October 8th.
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Open House
October 19th
4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

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Senior T-Shirts Order Now!
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Parent Portal Access Your Child's Grades Online
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Woolly Worm Queen Pageant Sign Ups Who Will Reign?
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Third Friday Flicks Movie Time!
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Robinson Scholar Marissa Hillman
2010-2011 School Year The first day of school for Lee County students is Thursday, August 5th.  A complete 2010-2011 School Calendar is available on "Downloads" webpage.
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Open House
Please join us for
Open House
Where:  Lee County High School
When:    Wednesday, April 21, 2010  
               4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Why:      Get your teen’s report card and
               visit with his/her teachers.
 
·        4:00—4:30 Archery Team Demonstration
·        5:00—6:00 A KHEAA (Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority) Representative will be discussing college options in the library with interested students and parents.
·        Mr. Bennett and his Greenhouse students will be selling geraniums. ($3.00 each/6 inch pots).
·        There will be a Student Art Show. (This will include giant quilt paintings that will be placed on barns along Highway 52 as part of the Renaissance Project.)
·        The Student Exchange Bank will be having a grand opening with tours and prizes.
·        There will be fun anti-alcohol activities, food, and prizes in the gym!
·        The Youth Services Center and Gear Up Counselor Mr. Addison will be available to answer questions.
·        The courtyard beside the cafeteria will be open so that everyone can see our new pergola, and Mr. Lowe will be available there to answer questions about the project. In addition, if you have a question for another ATC instructor, he’ll be glad to relay that information for you.
 
We look forward to seeing you!

Prom Pageant or Dress Sale Click here to see some of the dresses!
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Project Prom Road Block
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Passionately Pink Auction

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Cheerleaders Compete in Bowling Green
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Archery Team Goes to State

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Recycling for a Cause
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Archery at LCHS
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Pergola Update
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Let's Get Movin"
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Ugliest Sweater Contest LCHS will have “Ugly Sweater Day” on December 18th, the last day of school before Christmas vacation. 


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Tipton Recognized in Kentucky Teacher Magazine
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Work on Pergola Begins!
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Recycling at LCHS Question:  What's the LCHS Plastic Recycling Goal for the 2009/2010 School Year?

Answer:  2000 Pounds!

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FFA Pig Roast
The Lee County FFA is holding their Annual Pig Roast on Saturday,
November 7, 2009 at 2:00 p.m. behind the LCHS Agriculture Shop.
We would like to invite you and your family to bring a covered dish and join the fun.
  
 

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Free ACT Prep Classes If you need to improve your ACT score, we're here to help.
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Senior Gear T-shirts to Remember.
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Pumpkin Time! Do you need a fun, festive way to earn bonus points? Paint a pumpkin!
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Woolly Worm Queen Pageant Who will be the 2009 Woolly Worm Queen?
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LCHS gets Apple Computers What initiative is providing Lee County High School with new McIntosh Computers and allowing The University of Louisville to research cancer cures at the same time? 

Answer:  Dataseam

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ACT Prep Good ACT scores mean $$$$ for parents and students.
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