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SPOTLIGHT ON EXCELLENCE

Girls basketball team
Congratulations!!
The Lee Central Middle Lady Stallions finished the season undefeated and was crowned the Upper Pee Dee Conference Champions for the first time ever after a 50 to 24 victory over Hannah-Pamplico last night at LCMS gym.  READ MORE...
LCMS stallion boys
Congratulations
The LCMS Stallion boys were crowned the Upper Pee Dee Conference Champions for a third year in a row and James Price was named the Upper Pee Dee Coach of the Year for a third year in a row.   READ MORE...
LCHS drill team
Congratulations!!
The Lee Central High School Junior ROTC drill team brought home 12 trophies this drill season; an astonishing comeback compared to last year’s two trophies.  READ MORE...
Superintendent with media class
Student/Superintendent Group Forum Reflection
On Wednesday, December 10, 2014, LCCTC Multimedia students participated in the first student/superintendent group forum. The multimedia class was able to ask Dr. Wanda Andrews questions from the student body and faculty and staff.  READ MORE...
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Lee Central High School was honored with an “Award of Excellence for Their Exemplary Display of Sportsmanship, Ethics, and Integrity”.
Lee Central High School was honored with an “Award of Excellence for Their Exemplary Display of Sportsmanship, Ethics, and Integrity”, for the 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 academic years.  READ MORE...

FEATURED STORIES

LCMS and LCCC media team
On Wednesday January 8, 2015 the Lee Central Middle School Media Team and the Lee Central Career Center Media Team attended Governor Nikki Haley’s Inauguration held in Columbia, South Carolina.  READ MORE...
Video of Molly Spearman
The First 30 Days
State Superintendent Molly Spearman highlights her first 30 days in office.  READ MORE...
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LCSD Celebrates National Parent Leadership Month
In order to recognize, honor and celebrate parents for their vital leadership roles in their homes and communities and in state, national and international arenas, Parents Anonymous® Inc has designated the month of February as National Parent Leadership Month.   READ MORE...
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Test-Taking & Preventing Bullying
Your invited to join us on Saturday, March 14th for Parent Camp 2015. The camp will be held at the LCSD Administrative Complex. It will begin at 8:00 and end at 12:30.  READ MORE...
 

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Public Announcement Title I, Title II and Title VI Grants
The Lee County School District anticipates receiving funds from Title I, Title II and Title VI grants for the 2015-2016 school year. If you have suggestions concerning the expenditure of these funds, please contact the Office of Instruction and Federal Programs at 803-484-5327.  READ MORE...
Kindergarten Registration
Four Year Old (4K) and Five Year Old (5K) Registration March 2nd and 3rd
Students registering for 4k must be 4 years of age on or before September 1, 2015. Students registering for 5K must be 5 years of age on or before September 1, 2015  READ MORE...
Diploma
HSAP/BSAP Exit Examination Scores Rescinded
A person who is no longer enrolled in a public school and who previously failed to receive a high school diploma or was denied graduation solely for failing to meet the exit exam requirements may petition the local school board to determine the student’s eligibility to receive a high school diploma.  READ MORE...
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Information for Students and Parents
This school year marks the beginning of important changes in state testing for all 11th graders in South Carolina. For the first time, students in the 11th grade will take two assessments   READ MORE...
Home Schooling
Alternative Home Schooling Requirements
In lieu of the requirements of Section 59-65-40, parents or guardians may teacher their children at home if the instruction is conducted under the auspices of the South Carolina Association of Independent Home Schools.   READ MORE...
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Community Eligibility Provision
Lee County School District is participating in the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) for the 2014-2015 school year. Under CEP, all children attending school in the Lee County School District will be able to receive breakfast and lunch at no charge.  READ MORE...

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  Black History Trivia
"Black History is more than a month" 


February

28th:What song is James Weldon Johnson best known for composing?
answer: Black National Anthem 

27th: What is Alain Leroy Locke best known as the first African American to accomplish?
answer: First Black Rhodes Scholar

26th: Why was a US Congressman beaten in Rock Hill, SC during the Civil Rights movement?
answer: 
John Lewis/ Freedom Rides

25th: Hiram R. Revels was the first to accomplish on this day in 1870?
answer: First Black US Senator

24th: For what reason was the first African American to receive the Congressional Medal of Honor awarded?
answer: William H Carney/Civil War for assault on Fort Wagner in Charleston, SC
23rd: What civil rights leader and co-founder of the NAACP was born on this day in 1868?  
answer: W.E.B Dubois

22nd:What does Thurgood Marshall and Clarence Thomas share as the first African American to achieve?
answer: Supreme Court Justices
21st: What did Willie Thrower accomplish for the first time in 1953?  
answer: First Black NFL Quarterback
20th:Clarendon County is often recognized for the achievements of what sport athlete? 
answer:  Althea Gibson, First African American Tennis Champion
 
19th: What did Eric Holder accomplish as an African American for the first time?
answer: Attorney General

18th: What is Daniel Hale Williams famous for accomplishing in 1893?  
answer: First African American to perform open Heart Surgery

17th: The “Tree” at Hampton University in VA is famous for what action of a USr President?  
answer: Lincoln and the delivery of the Emancipation Proclamation
16th: Who and why did the first African American win the Nobel Peace Prize?
answer: Ralph Bunche/Medicine
15th: 
What African American member of Congress from SC has roots that can be traced to Lee County?
answer: Jim Clyburn

14th: What was the dream of the leader of the civil rights movement?   
answer: Equality for all regardless of skin color, creed, or race. 
13th: What impact will Abbeville v. SC (2015) have on Education in the State of South Carolina?
answer: Open-ended response 

12th: What occurred on this day in 1909 in New York City to benefit US citizens?    answer: NAACP founded
11th:
 What effect did Plessy v. Ferguson 1896 have on US history?   
answer: Segregation legal for Jim Crow South
10th:What is Carter G. Woodson most known for that impacted US history?  
answer: Black History Month
9th: What did Colin Powell and Condoleezza Rice share as the first black male and female in US history?
answer: 
First Black male and female Secretary of State for US

8th: What occurred at Howard University in 1869 that benefitted black educators?
answer: First Black Law School was established
7th: Why is Brown v. Board (1954) especially important in the history of a local South Carolina county?
answer: Pearson v. Clarendon County Board of Education case
6th: What did Black Moses do in 1846 to affect the lives of slaves in the US?     
answer: Harriett Tubman escaped from slavery and established the Underground Railroad.   
5th: Why is November 2nd 2008 a historic date in US history?  
answer: Barack Obama was elected President
4th:What made this day in 1808 important in US history? 
answer: Congress banned importation of slaves 

3rd: What did African Americans obtain on this day in 1870?
answer: 15th Amendment, Right to VOTE
2nd: Who was the first African American to be published? 
answer:   Phyllis Wheatley
1st:   What occurred in January 2015 to effect the lives of the Friendship Nine? 
answer: Court conviction