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Welcome to the Transitional Learning Center. In operation since 1995, the TLC was designed to provide an alternative education to students who have not been successful in their regular school setting due to behavior, academics, or a combination of both. Our program currently serves students in grades 3-12 that have been referred to us from Lee County Schools, tribunals, or through the court system.

TLC offers a classroom setting with a low student/teacher ratio. Our faculty and staff are a compilation of highly qualified and certified teachers. We offer an academic curriculum aligned to the Georgia Performance Standards that allows students to work at their own pace, teachers to work with students in small group settings, as well as design and provide individualized instruction. The TLC is dedicated to ensuring that individual student needs are addressed, assisting students in goal setting, and creating a learning environment that will develop attitudes, behaviors, and skills which enables students to be academically and socially acceptable.

Flu Information


Here are some Friendly Reminders to help protect you and your family from seasonal illness:

·  Wash your hands frequently with soap and water. If no soap and water is available, use alcohol-based hand sanitizer until you can get to a sink to wash properly.

·  Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze.

·  Get vaccinated! It is not too late to receive the flu vaccine. Although not as effective as we hoped, the flu vaccine could decrease the duration and severity of symptoms.

·  Stay home from work and school if you are sick.




Common flu symptoms and reasons to stay at home:

·  fever of 100.0 or greater within the last 24 hours

·  cough, sore throat

·  runny or stuffy nose

·  body aches, headache, chills

·  nausea, vomiting and/or diarrhea

If you are experiencing any of the above symptoms, get plenty of rest! Keep hydrated by drinking healthy fluids. Do not share food, drinks, utensils with others and change your toothbrush.

If you anticipate your child needing medication at school, the Lee County School System Medication Policy and Authorization to Give Medication at School form is available on the system website at

When can my child return to school following an illness?

·  24 hours after fever is gone (without medication)

·  24 hours after vomiting and diarrhea has resolved

·  When he/she can comfortably participate in a full school day

For more information on how to protect you and your children, visit the CDC website,



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