News and Events
Math students and their parents are invited to this semester's Family Math Review Night on Thursday, December 12th from 5:30 - 7 p.m. The reviews are designed for parents of math students and will include Coordinate Algebra, Analytic Geometry, and Math 3. Light refreshments and childcare will be provided.
Congratulations to Stephen Collier and Dextric Green who were awarded Region 1-AAAAA honors in football. Stephen has been named the Region 1-AAAAA Offensive Co-Player of the Year (with Adam Choice from TCC), and Dextric has been named the Region 1-AAAAA Defensive Player of the Year. Coach Fabrizio noted that in addition to being great football players, "both of these young men are excellent students and leaders on our campus."
The Lee County High School Wrestling Team, in conjunction with MCLB will host a four-team wrestling meet Wednesday, December 10th at the MCLB gym. Teams competing are Thomas County, Colquitt County, Tift County and Lee County. This is a first-ever wrestling event at MCLB and both base personnel and wrestlers are excited. Lee Wrestling and MCLB would like for you to join us for this joint community event. In addition to the varsity teams, youth ages 6-10 from the Trojan wrestling club will participate in exhibition matches. The cost is $5 per person and active military may attend for free with an ID card. Make sure you have your ID and insurance card to access the base.
We will have coverage through the end of the year this year, by way of a new feature called Time Capsule. We will continue to take pictures of events up through Graduation Day 2014 and upload them to our LCHS Trojan 2014 Time Capsule site. All students who buy a yearbook will receive a code in the yearbook that allows them online access to ALL photos after our March print deadline. For the first time we will be able to feature, in depth, all events that we normally don't have time to cover as we should. That means that baseball, soccer, golf, tennis, track, Prom, Spring Musical, Senior Picnic, and yes, even graduation will be photographed and shared through our Time Capsule! If you know of any event or sport that is not listed here that you want covered, please let the yearbook staff know. Please spread the word and continue to share your photographs on ReplayIt.com!
The final exam schedule for first semester has been released. Make sure you are familiar with the rules for attendance during exams Click here for the schedule and the list of rules.
All new student registration is done at the Central Registrar’s Office in the Board of Education Building. The Registrar’s Office hours are Monday – Friday from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm. Please print the registration forms located on the Central Registration page and bring with all the required documents.
Congratulations to the varsity competitive cheerleaders on their 1-AAAAA Region Championship and their 4th place finish at the State Cheerleading finals. Coach Donna Jones said the girls were absolutely incredible with a great performance. Visit the Panoptic Online Youtube Channel to see a recent performance of the cheerleaders or see their region performance here.
Congratulations to Julie Anna Jernigan who placed 1st in the state for the recent DECA testing event: Buying and Merchandising! There were a total of 128 students who tested, and most of the top ten students were from the Atlanta area.
The Trojan 2014 yearbook is on sale until September 30 for $65. Buy yours at www.jostensyearbooks.com. After September 30th the price increases to $70.
To apply for a Georgia Department of Labor work permit, go to their website.
The Lee County High School School Improvement Plan can be found here.
SENIORS 2014- Do you want your photo in the 2014 Trojan yearbook? Seniors will have the opportunity to make appointments with Mrs. Di Glover from Photography by Design. This will allow you to set your own appointment either on the LCHS campus or at her studio. See this letter for more information.
As new technologies continue to change the world in which we live, they also provide many new and positive educational benefits for classroom instruction. Therefore, we have decided to begin implementation of a “Bring Your Own Technology” (BYOT) program at LCHS. In BYOT, students will be encouraged to bring their own technological devices to school to assist their learning experiences (smart phones, iPads, tablets, laptops, etc). This document is a contract to which we will adhere to as we establish this new program. Please note that students who cannot bring in outside technology will be able to access and utilize the school’s equipment if necessary. No student will be left out of instruction. For full article click here.
Please see this document for important dates and graduation information for seniors and their parents. Besides earning enough credits, another important requirement for graduation is to find lost books, return uniforms, and pay any outstanding fees owed to any of the schools from this and previous years. Please check Parent Portal to see if your student has any outstanding fees and encourage him to return or pay for the items.