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 On Monday, March 2, 2015, Lake City High School held an academic achievement recognition day for students.  The honorees were students on the Superintendent's Honor Roll, students on the Principal's Honor Roll, and students on Honor Roll, as well as those who have perfect attendance. Liberty Tax provided 265 t-shirts for the various honor roll students. The event also featured drawings for prizes.  Superintendent's Honor Roll recipients were entered in a drawing for an iPad mini. Principal's Honor Roll recipients had the chance to win a Samsung Galaxy 4. In addition, Honor Roll students were in the running for a $50 Wal-Mart gift card and another tablet was given away, as well.  Perfect attendance students received McDonald's gift cards. Other prizes were given out, and students were able to spend some time celebrating in the gym.  The event was hosted by Ms. Erica Speller of Lake City High School.  The Lake City High School Incentive Team wishes to express special thanks to the following sponsors, without whom this event could not have been possible: Randy's Tire & Auto Center, W. Lee Flowers, Pirates T-shirt, McDonald's, Belk, Carter's Trophy, Farmer's Furniture, and Staples.

 

 

In an effort to improve system practices,

Florence School District #3 is conducting a Parent Survey. 

We value your opinion and ask that you take the time to complete this survey.

In order to complete the survey, please go to:

  http://www.advanc-ed.org/survey/public/8718684

Please be assured that your responses to this survey will be anonymous. 

Your honest opinion is appreciated.

  Thank you for your time and attention to this matter.

  Principal Ned Blake

 

 


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Evening High School – Credit Recovery

This program allows students to recover a nine weeks they have failed in English, math, science, or social studies. Students can improve their failing grade to a maximum grade of 70 or recover credit due to absences. Credit Recovery due to excessive absences: Students must complete at least 20 hours or one hour per day missed; whichever is greater. Hours needed to recover credit based on grades from 60 -69:
69-65                    20 hours
64                          24 hours
63                          28 hours
62                          32 hours
61                          36 hours
60                          40 hours

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