New After School Program Launches To Help Students With Homework And Assignments

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The School District of Lee County is launching a new after school program to provide students with help completing homework and class assignments.  “Connect with LEE” will use Zoom to Connect students with Live Educational Experts.

“We are excited to push out a new initiative from the Curriculum and Instruction Department,” says Director of Curriculum for Elementary Schools, Dr. Bethany Quisenberry.  “We will kick off our Connect with LEE after school support on Monday, March 8th. The program will provide a live, certified teacher for all kindergarten through 12th grade students, in all subjects, so they can reach their highest personal potential.”

To engage with a teacher for help with homework and class assignments, students will use the Student Launchpad on their Chromebook or any electronic device.  They will then select the grade or content specific virtual classroom link, and be placed into a virtual waiting room until the teacher is ready to start the Zoom meeting. 

Connect with LEE will be available on days school is in session Monday through Thursday.

  • Elementary        3:30pm-7:30pm
  • Middle School   4:30pm-7:30pm
  • High School       3:30pm-7:30pm

There is no cost or fee for the service.  More information is available on the School District’s website.

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