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January is School Board Appreciation Month!!!

"Helping Kids Soar to Success"

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The Lee County School District board members have provided extraordinary service and dedication to our district, community, and our children.  Our school board members work with our school and district leaders to establish and help support and maintain the vision of our educational programs and serve as advocates for the continuous improvement of Lee County schools.  Lee County School District board members, we applaud you for your dedication, hard work, perseverance, and commitment to “Helping Kids Soar to Success”.   

This month we celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.!!!

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MLK Interesting Fact:

King entered college at the age of 15.

King was such a gifted student that he skipped grades nine and 12 before enrolling in 1944 at Morehouse College, the alma mater of his father and maternal grandfather. Although he was the son, grandson and great-grandson of Baptist ministers, King did not intend to follow the family vocation until Morehouse president Benjamin E. Mays, a noted theologian, convinced him otherwise. King was ordained before graduating college with a degree in sociology.

Sumter Touchdown Club Honors LCHS Students 

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The following Stallions were awarded for their hard work in the classroom and on the football field. The student/athletes and coaches are listed from left to right along with their accomplishments. 

Owen Lewis: Merit Scholarship  award winner valued at  $700.00 dollars and Scholar Athlete of the Year 

Corey King: Area Player of the Year and All-Area defense 

Zurich Scarborough - Offensive Lineman of the Year and All-Area offense 

Demetrius Dubose- All-Area Offense 

Deontae Lowery- All-Area Defense
  
Lester Davis: Area Assistant Coach of the Year
 
Justin Danner - Area Coach of the Year (not pictured) 

Lee Central High School's "Mathletes" Participate in the Pee Dee Regional Mathematics Tournament

Lee Central High School participated in the challenging 41st Pee Dee Regional Mathematics Tournament at Francis Marion University on December 5th of 2017.  Nine students and two coaches represented the “Mathletes” team at the competition.  The competition has grown in scope and competitiveness over the years with 22 schools and approximately 330 students from the Pee Dee area taking part in this annual celebration of mathematics.  The math team was comprised of Jay-Monte Belin, Martin Barron-Romero, Owen Lewis, John Holloman, Ty’Rique Jones, Donte Moses, Shakyra Gilford, Shakil McCray, and Juanita Hickmon.  They were accompanied by coaches Mark Davidson and Alberto Madilo.  Congratulations go to Juanita Hickmon with a team high score and Honorable Mention.  

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Click the link below for the January Sports Schedule.

January Sports Calendar



LCHS Students Visit USC-Sumter for High School Day

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DECA Annual Entrepreneurship Program

 DECA organization sponsored their Annual Entrepreneurship Program at Lee County Career and Technology Center.  During the month of November the DECA Organization sponsored 15 School and/or Community Outreach Activities as part of a Statewide THRIVE Campaign.  The first school reach activity was hosting a "tie day" with the Assistant Principal.

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LCHS Students Visit the USC Columbia School of Law 

Lee Central High School's Career Specialist, Corey Thompson, provided a career cluster tour designed to give students a first hand account of the daily life of a law student, what it takes to become and lawyer in the state of South Carolina, and what to expect if choosing a career in the field of Law.    

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 Columbia Fire Department Chief, Aubrey Jenkins, Visits LCHS

LCHS students enjoyed guest speaker, Columbia Fire Chief Aubrey Jenkins, who provided students with information on his career as a firefighter and choosing a career in Public Safety.  

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 SAT/ACT Choice 


All South Carolina high school Juniors are being provided with the opportunity to take the SAT or ACT, on a school day, at the State's expense.  Not sure which test is right for you?  View the link listed below!  SAT/ACT Choice letters were mailed out during the Thanksgiving holiday and provided a second time during Junior homerooms.  Please return the letters to Guidance by 12/13/17.

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LCHS Student Spotlight

Congratulations to Head Coach Justin Danner and Senior Linebacker Corey King on being named the Item All Area Coach and Player of The Year. Demetrius Dubose and Zurich Scarborough both made first team offense and Deontae Lowery made first team defense All Area. Honorable Mention players are: Shileake Albert, Shykeem Cooper, TyAndre Cousar, Travis Hickson, Derrick Joye, Allen McMillian, Deondraye Moses, DeAndre Oliver, Naquan Peeples, and Shamari Simon.

View the article at the link below:

http://www.theitem.com/stories/the-sumter-item-announces-2017-all-area-football-team,301707View 



Beyounce Cooper Represents LCHS at the National Conference on Student Leadership (NCSL) in Washington D.C. 

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 is designed for student leaders to grow by spending the weekend meeting and networking with hundreds of students from all over the world.  Students gain valuable skills they can use right now and prepare them for their careers after high school and college.  Apart from the conference, CCTC staff arranged for students to meet with individuals who currently work for NASA and receive beneficial information about STEM programs.

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Beyounce Cooper and CCTC Career Coach, Ta Haynesworth

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Congratulations Singing Stallions

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The following students were selected to the 2017-2018 South Carolina All-State Choir:
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Rodneya Cook
Aubree Price
Jayden Rabb
Khaliq Williams

Honorable Mention: 
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Brittany Green 
Tatyana Williams 

There were 1712 students statewide that auditioned for a spot in the four choirs for All-State and only 699 were selected.  Way to go Singing Stallions!!!!

Congratulations to the NCDA (National Career Development Association) Poetry & Poster Winners

 

High School Poetry Winners

1st Place

L'Shaun Woods - 9th Grade

 2nd Place

Santrice Baccus - 11th Grade

 

 

High School (Original Work) Poster Winners

1st Place

Christopher Thomas - 10th Grade

 2nd Place

Tyler Scarborough - 12th Grade


 High School (Clip Art, Photo, Etc.) Poster Winners

1st Place

Makayla Moore-Williams - 12th Grade

 2nd Place

Shelby Jenkins - 12th Grade

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Juanita Hickmon - 11th Grade






 









                                 
               Broadband for Low-income Consumers                                           

*Important Information*
Please view the link below for information of obtaining broadband internet service at a discounted price.

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Broadband for Low-Income Memo (1).pdf
 
                                         


Lee Central High School Homecoming Parade

Click the link below to view the LCHS 2017 Homecoming Parade.

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Homecoming Parade

 

News
Upcoming Events
Academics

Thursday, January 18
End of 2nd Quarter 

Friday, January 19
1st day of 3rd Quarter

Thursday, January 25
Report Cards Issued 


Wednesday, January 24
Academic Challenge Team match@home
vs. Creek Bridge 


Athletics

Friday. January 19
JV & Varsity basketball @home vs. Buford
5:00 p.m.

Monday, January 22
JV basketball @home vs. Chesterfield
5:00 p.m.

Tuesday, January 23
Varsity basketball vs. Chesterfield
6:00 p.m. 

Wednesday, January 24
Boys only JV & Varsity vs. Central
5:00 p.m.

Thursday, January 25
JV@North Central 
6:00 p.m.

Friday, January 26
Varsity vs. North Central@home
6:00 p.m.  


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