On Wednesday, October 15th, Deputy Hector (Dog) and Deputy Mauldin sponsored an assembly about the Hector the narcotics and tracking drug dog in preparation for Red Ribbon Week. Ribbon week, is an alcohol, tobacco and other drug and violence prevention awareness campaign that will take place at East Lee Middle School on October 27th-31st. For the presentation, the Hector the drug dog came in and demonstrated for four classes on, how he found the drugs. After the demonstration was over, Deputy Mauldin answered any questions the students had. The demonstration was from 8:00-10:00 am for students.
Please find attached the information for the annual American History Essay Competition as sponsored by the Private Grady Chapter/Daughters of the American Revolution.
The items attached are: A poster announcing the contest the guidelines to this year's contest where the subject/title is this year is addressing immigration and the title of the essays is "A Child's Journey Through Ellis Island". Our essays in the past have been impressive and this year we look forward to seeing what our students do this year.
Note: The deadline is Friday, November 14, 2014.
For more information contact Sally Vice Regent/Private John Grady Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution
Order your 2014-2015 yearbook today! Do not wait! Order now through November 26th to take advantage of Jostens' "Back to School" deal which is guaranteed to be the lowest price of the year. Yearbooks are currently $26.75 including tax. Students can purchase their yearbook online at www.jostens.com or through Mrs. Harris in room 600B. Checks should be made payable to East Lee Middle School. Exact change only.