Dennis Wicker was recently honored as a recipient of the NC Chamber’s Distinguished Service Award.

Three lucky students got to toss shaving cream pies into the faces of their principal and assistant principal Monday in honor of Pi Day, a celebration of the irrational number usually approximated as 3.14.

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Calls for the resignation of Lee County Board of Education member Patrick Kelly followed public allegations at Monday’s meeting of the Lee County Commissioners that he engaged in “an alarming pattern of behavior.”

SANFORD — Central Carolina Community College is recipient of the Aviso Aspire Award, the Aviso Retention organization has announced.

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Lee County’s high schools will reopen March 1, almost a year after classrooms first closed because of the coronavirus pandemic.

SANFORD — Central Carolina Community College’s Accounting program was ranked 25th nationwide by an education research website, according to a news release.

Despite a surge in COVID-19 cases, Lee County schools, currently out for winter break, will reopen as planned Monday.

Four employees of the Lee County school district tested positive for COVID-19 last week, said Nurse Supervisor Mary Hawley Oates on Tuesday during a meeting of the Board of Education.

Lee County’s second and third-grade students joined their younger classmates at school Monday in the second phase of the county’s reopening plan.

Elementary school students walked back into county classrooms Monday for the first time in more than six months.

As people across the country don masks to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, a dozen or so students at Central Carolina Community College practiced putting on medical gowns and gloves.

A Lee County charter school is taking advantage of virtual learning this week by welcoming a series of guest speakers, including government officials, newscasters and local manufacturers.

The Lee County school district is currently moving forward with its plan for a mix of in-person and remote instruction next month, despite a change Thursday in state guidelines that would allow elementary school students to return to school full-time, according to Superintendent Andy Bryan.