Update 6

At this time students projected back to school is Monday, September 25th.
Please continue to check our website and social media channels as well as local media outlets.


Update 5

Lee County Schools and District Offices will be closed through Friday, September 15th.

Many of our schools are still being used as shelters, and many of our students' families and our employees need time to make it back to Southwest Florida after evacuating from Hurricane Irma.

This will also provide time for cleanup and repair of our homes, schools and community. At this time we plan to reopen schools and district offices Monday, September 18th. Please continue to check our website and social media channels as well as local media outlets.

We are thankful this hurricane was not as destructive as was first predicted, but know some do have damage and repairs. We are thinking of you. Please continue to be safe during the cleanup process and your travels home.

Thank you.


Update 4

All Lee County Schools and District Offices will be closed on Tuesday, September 12 due to Hurricane Irma.

We are thinking of our families and hoping for the best. Please stay safe.


Update 3

Today, Governor Rick Scott is directing all public K-12 schools, state colleges, state universities and state offices to close Friday, September 8 – Monday, September 11.

Governor Scott said, “Today, I am directing the closure of all public schools, state colleges, state universities and state offices for their normal activities effective Friday through Monday, to ensure we have every space available for sheltering and staging. Floridians are facing a life-threatening storm in Hurricane Irma, and every family must prepare to evacuate. Our state’s public schools serve a vital role in our communities as shelters for displaced residents and staging areas for hurricane recovery efforts. Closing public schools, state colleges, state universities and state offices will provide local and state emergency officials the flexibility necessary to support shelter and emergency response efforts.”

For detailed shelter information, visit www.fldoe.org/irma and www.floridadisaster.org/info


Update 2

ACT was scheduled at many High School sites for Saturday, September 9, 2017. This National administration date will be rescheduled by ACT.org.

Thank you!


Update 1

Good evening.

In an abundance of caution, and to allow our students, parents and employees plenty of time to prepare for the effects of Hurricane Irma, the Lee County School District is cancelling ALL after school activities, including clubs, athletics and school-based after school care programs on Wednesday, September 6th.

We are also closing schools and district offices on Thursday, September 7th and Friday, September 8th.

LCSD continues to work closely with Lee County Emergency Management Officials to closely monitor the movement and potential impacts of the storm. We will make a decision regarding Monday, September 11th later this week or over the weekend as we evaluate the impact of Irma.

Please follow www.leeschools.net and our social media channels for continued information.

Thank you, and be safe.


The School District of Lee County is monitoring the progress of Hurricane Irma, District officials are working closely with Lee County Emergency Management officials and will continue to do so over the next week as the storm approaches.When we have information about any changes to the school schedule we will communicate with you through ParentLink via phone, email and/or text message using the contact information provided during the start of the school year;

Please sign into ParentLink at http://parentlink.leeschools.net or use the District App to make sure your contact information is up-to-date. The District will also communicate through local media outlets, social media, school sites and the District's website.
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