A Soaring Good Time

December 15, 2017

Paul Laurence Dunbar Middle School hosted its 3rd annual S.O.A.R. Dance Friday for special needs students.

Take a look at the holiday edition of District Wins featuring:

  • The School District of Lee County
  • Cypress Lake High School
  • Three Oaks Middle School
  • Lehigh Senior High School
  • Gulf Middle School
  • East Lee County High School
  • Lee Schools TV

A Heart-Healthy Surprise

December 13, 2017

The American Heart Association surprised five local schools affected by Hurricane Irma with brand new P.E. equipment Tuesday. 
  • Mirror Lakes Elementary School
  • Lehigh Elementary School
  • James Stephens International Academy
  • Gulf Elementary School
  • Spring Creek Elementary School
The Grow Your Own Scholarship Program surprised students from Ida S. Baker High School and Estero High School. Each student received a scholarship to FGCU and a guaranteed contract from the School District to return as a teacher.

It's Only Numbers

December 7, 2017

Students at Tanglewood Elementary School are improving their math skills with the new IXL computer program. This web based program even allows students to log in at school or at home.

Learning the Ropes!

November 30, 2017

Students from the Success Academy in Fort Myers enjoyed a day of team building skills. Together, they took on the Riverdale High JROTC Rope Challenge.
During this Holiday, we are so very thankful for the many dedicated teachers and amazing students throughout the District. Here's a brand new edition of District Wins to help celebrate, featuring:
  • North Ft. Myers High School JROTC
  • James Stephens International Academy
  • Heights Elementary School
  • East Lee County High School
  • Fort Myers Middle Academy
  • Bonita Springs Elementary School
  • Lexington Middle School
  • Manatee Elementary School

Framed Success

November 14, 2017

Makayla Uram, an eighth grade student from North Ft. Myers Academy for the Arts is the district winner of the Art in the Capitol Contest. Makayla's winning artwork is now on it's way to the Capital building in Talahassee.