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Announcements & News

“Run Around the Blauch” 5 K Run & 1 Mile Walk


Run Around The Blauch

Join Us May 2 for our Run Around the Blauch Benefit

Families and Community Members - Please Join Us on May 7th
When Will School Return?

Click Read More below to see a message from Superintendent Dr. Jason Miller regarding the return of school.

Meal Route Changes

Beginning Monday March 30th, there will be a few changes to the meal delivery routes.  The updated locations with times are listed below.

School Closing Extended

In order to comply with Governor Kemp's latest school closure announcement, all schools in the Lee County School System will remain closed through April 24.


Details will be shared next week concerning additional work. We will continue to consider Spring Break to be April 6-10.


Thank you for your continued support as we all continue to deal with COVID-19.

COVID-19 Updates with FAQs

See our new School Closure Update page with FAQs by clicking HERE.

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Digital Learning

Digital Learning


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.