For Community

For Community
Education is the Cornerstone of the Community

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Personal, Passionate, Progressive

Schools in Lee County play a key role in community life. With 12,000+ full- and part-time employees, the School District is one of the county's largest employers, and with the District's construction program, building new schools and renovating and expanding existing facilities, the District has been the area's largest developer.

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Resources and Information

Advertising with the District

Advertise on the District website, buy naming rights for stadiums, gynasiums and/or theaters 

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Business with the District

Learn District policy and procedures, how to place bids and register to be a vendor.

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Change for Change

Site dedicated to the changes happening at schools with the half cent investment in education

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Community Flyers (PeachJar)

Environmentally friendly way to notify our families of community opportunities.

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Facility Rentals

The community can rent space from our schools around Lee County

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Online Auctions (GovDeals.com)

GovDeals.com is a surplus auction site that allows government agencies to sell like new and used items.

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Lifelong Learning Classes

Adult education classes such as spanish, sign language, watercolor painting, Microsoft Office, Photoshop, Fitness.

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Lightning Alert Status (WeatherBug)

Find out if lightning has struck and the time before it is clear.

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Public Records

Under Chapter 119, Florida Statutes, the public (media, community members) is given access to government records

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Reports and Publications

The District maintains a wealth of information in documents such as impact reports, budget books, investment reports and audit findings

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Student Records (Transcripts)

Records of students who have graduated, transferred, or left the district and are no longer enrolled.

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