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The Distinguished Young Women of Leesburg and Lee County, formerly Leesburg and Lee County’s Junior Miss Scholarship Program, held their annual showcase to select two young women who will represent the community on January 23, 2016, at Lee County High School’s Robert A. Clay Auditorium. Kayla Williams, who is the daughter of Byron and Kishira Williams, was awarded the title of Distinguished Young Woman of Leesburg for 2017, while Chihye Kim, the daughter of ByungHoon and Harim Kim was selected as the Distinguished Young Woman of Lee County for 2017. Both young women earned the opportunity to participate in the Distinguished Young Women of Georgia State Program to be held in Marietta on July 23, 2016.
Congratulations to these young women.
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Throughout the year there will be several special activities for seniors, all leading up to the really big event, Graduation. This document has important information for seniors and their parents about event dates, graduation practice, graduation attire, and much more. Please read over it and contact Mrs. Futch (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Mrs. Mims (email@example.com) in the media center (903-2280) if you have any questions.
Schools or business that need to verify a graduation date or request a transcript: There is $5.00 fee that must be paid BEFORE that can be done and it has to be a business check or money order ONLY. Please mail that to Guidance Secretary at the address below.
Former Students that do NOT have a GaCollege411 account and need to request their transcript: There is a $5.00 Fee (Cash or Money Order ONLY) that must be paid BEFORE this can be done. Print this form and either drop it off OR mail it to: Lee County High School, ATTN: Guidance Department Secretary, One Trojan Way, Leesburg, GA 31763.
To obtain a work permit, go to www.dol.state.ga.us. Instructions for completing the form are here.
The Georgia High School Association (GHSA) requires a Preparticipation Physical Evalulation be performed by a Doctor or his/her designee. The GHSA Physical Evaluation form must be turned in and on file at the school for students to particpate in any athletic try-outs, practices, voluntary workouts or games. Physicals are good for twelve months from the date of the exam. The GHSA also requires a Student/Parent Concussion Awareness Form be signed by both the athlete and parent and on file at the school. For more information visit the Georgia High School Association website at www.ghsa.net.