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    During the Spring semester FFA and AVID students teamed up to participate in a 10 week study called "DIG IN." "DIG IN" is a program sponsored by Voices into Action to teach nutrition education. West Lee Middle School was this year's host site. Students learned valuable information regarding healthy eating habits, growing vegetables, and food preparation. Students from Meredith College and North Carolina A&T State University mentored our students and lead the program. They were instrumental in sharing their college experience with our students. Volunteers from the Greensboro Cooperative Extension Office as well as Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) came out in support of our students, helping them to understand the importance of healthy eating. Each week students were taught a mini lesson covering topics including vitamins and minerals, difference between fruits and vegetables, and using knives in the kitchen. The highlight of each week was at the end when students were able to taste the many items that they had been learning about. These included broccoli, kale, spinach, and kiwi. Students were also able to make their own dishes like vegetable pasta salad, bell pepper boats, and apple sandwiches. Our students loved the hands-on gardening experiences. They were also surprised to learn that they loved eating fruits and vegetables. This was a wonderful experience for all parties involved and carried over into the homes of our students. We sincerely hope to continue this in the future!


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    The West Lee FFA Chapter was well represented at the South Central Regional FFA Rally on Friday April 15th. FFA students Lexi Patterson, Zach Vasquez, Will Smith, and James Shover came in 2nd place for the Exploring Biotechnology Career Development Event. FFA students Mackenzie Cameron, Mackenzie Perry, Jordan Hooker, and Josephine Shelton received a participation award for the Exploring Biotechnology Quiz Bowl. FFA Students Jordan Hooker, Hannah Huffman, Madison Mortez, and Riley Gaddy came in 1st place for the Junior Farm Business Management Career Development Event. Ginny Smith came in 1st place in the region and 3rd place in the state for the Public Speaking Career Development Event. She will be recognized later this summer at the North Carolina State FFA Convention for this award!


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    Mrs. Peele's Math II class recently worked on an Angry Birds Project.  This project justifies how the Angry Birds game works.  Students were given a different representation of the quadratic flight paths of 4 birds (Red, Blue, Yellow, and Black).  Students found the equations, axis of symmetry, roots, flight path, vertex, and length of flight of each bird.  The students then were able to acknowledge which of the four birds hit the Moustache Pig and King Pig.  


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    Yearbook Order

    Yearbooks may be ordered during the Book Fair (March 7-11) with $25 cash or a check payable to West Lee PTSO.
    You also may order online at https://www.yearbookordercenter.com/ - our school code 10569 or you may search by school name. The cost online is $28 by credit card (due to a convenience fee charged to us by the company.) This option is available until the end of March.
    Books that have not been pre-ordered will be available first-come, first-served when they arrive in May for a cost of $30.




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    Assistant Principal of the Year


    A huge CONGRATULATIONS goes to one of West Lee’s Finest, Ms. Kerner for being awarded by Lee County School District as Assistant Principal of the Year.  Ms. Kerner’s hard work, diligence, dedication, and loyalty to the students and families were recognized by her peers and she was rewarded because of her relentless effort.  She was awarded the Assistant Principal of the Year on September 22, 2015. On behalf of the West Lee Family, Thank You Ms. Kerner. There are no words that can express how grateful we are to have you at West Lee and we appreciate your hard work and know that you are truly deserving of this award.


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  •  Voices Into Action Awards West Lee Mini Grant
    Voices Into Action, an organization that partners with communities to support access to healthy, affordable food and safe places to be active, has given Ms. Melanie Parker, West Lee's Biotechnology teacher,  a mini grant to build and maintain a garden at our school.  Below is an updated article published on the Voices Into Action website.

    West Lee Middle School – School Garden

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    After many months of hard work, West Lee Middle School can finally boast of 5 beautiful raised beds for their garden. After receiving a mini-grant from Voices into Action, Melanie Parker, an agricultural education and biology teacher at West Lee, started the journey of creating a vegetable garden behind the middle school. Though they faced many challenges along the way, Melanie with the help of her colleagues and students finished the garden beds just days before school let out this summer.

    Melanie plans on having her students plant seeds in August, right after school is bacWest Lee Middle School 1k in session. They will grow fall and spring crops, so that everyone who takes a class of hers will be able to enjoy both growing and harvesting vegetables. Those in her classes will be able to take home some of the vegetables, and share them with their families.

    Best of luck Melanie, and thank you for your great work!


    To learn more about Voices Into Action and see what other projects are going on in the region, visit http://voicesintoaction.org

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  • AVID School Supply List 
    West Lee Middle is implementing AVID school wide (Advancement Via Individual Determination) this year.  We're very excited about putting in place strategies and practices that encourage students to prepare for whatever school or career path they follow.  One of the strategies we will be using is having a common set of tools to organize note taking. We ask that all students bring the following supplies with them to school.
     West Lee Middle School AVID Supply List

    • ž 3-inch 3-ring binder
    • ž Set of 10 dividers
    • ž Loose leaf paper
    • ž Glue sticks
    • ž Highlighter
    • ž Color pencils
    • ž Handheld pencil sharpener
    • ž Pencils
    • ž Pens
    • ž Post it notes
    • ž School agenda


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  • WLMS Music and Chicks 
    West Lee Middle Band, Chorus and Orchestra joined Save The Children and Great American fundraising to send chicks to underprivileged families in Guatemala, Bangladesh and South Sudan.  During our fundraiser, instead of receiving a free item from the catalog, students sent a chick to one of these countries.  These chicks will grow up to provide eggs for the families to eat as well as be able to sell at the market for extra income.
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 Art Work from West Lee Students

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