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Students Compete in the Thomas Alva Edison Kiwanis Science and Engineering Fair and Inventors Fair
Students Compete in the Thomas Alva Edison Kiwanis Science, Engineering and Inventors Fair
01/15/2019
Seven hundred students presenting 650 STEM projects will participate in the 62nd Annual Thomas Alva Edison Kiwanis Science and Engineering Fair and the 32nd Annual Thomas A. Edison Festival of Light Regional Inventors Fair on Saturday, January 19th.
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Spring Teacher Recruitment Fair 2019
Spring Teacher Recruitment Fair 2019
01/14/2019
We are seeking passionate individuals who are ready to provide a positive and rich educational experience to our most important customers – students.
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District Launches “Fake Threat, Real Consequences” Campaign
District Launches “Fake Threat, Real Consequences” Campaign
01/14/2019
The School District of Lee County and its partners in law enforcement are sending a message to students; fake threats have real consequences. Students that threaten violence against their school, whether in person, in writing, in a post or in a chat, can and will be arrested.
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Dunbar High School Continues Its Legacy of Dominating the Microsoft Office Specialist Florida State Competition
Dunbar High Continues Its Legacy of Dominating the Microsoft Office Specialist Florida State Competition
01/09/2019
Dunbar High School continues its dominance and has two more State Champions ready to compete for a national title. Students will compete at the 2019 Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) U.S. National Championship at the Hilton Orlando Lake Buena Vista in Orlando, Florida.
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Eighteen Schools Honored with the Five Star School Award
Eighteen Schools Honored with the Five Star School Award
12/21/2018
The School District of Lee County is proud to announce that 18 schools are being recognized with the Five Star School Award for the 2017-2018 school year by the Florida Department of Education.
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In Good Hands
In Good Hands
12/21/2018
At Manatee Elementary School, third grade teachers are going the extra mile to ensure each student reaches his or her highest potential.
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Graduation Rate Rises by 4% to Highest Level Ever
Graduation Rate Rises by 4% to Highest Level Ever
12/20/2018
The graduation rate increased to 82.6% for the 2018 graduation class, a 4.1 % increase from the year before and the highest level attained by the district.
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Smiling with Santa
Smiling with Santa
12/19/2018
Students from Estero High School's Student Government collected and organized a special moment with Santa for local Pre-K students. Each child recieved a personal gift from Santa, decorated cookies, had storytime, colored christmas trees, and ate a snack.
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