What's Happening at East?
East Lee Yearbook Cover 2017
National Junior Art Honor Society students visited Liberty Commons Nursing Home. This activity is part of their acts of service. Students are to spread the arts throughout the community. Members assisted the residents as they painted a banner just in time for Valentines Day.
Out of This World Rockets.
These students have been recognized for outstanding behavior, academics, effort and good character. They will be honored during a celebration in the media center on Friday February 3 at 2:00 p.m.
Alejandra Vasquez Ayala
Melvin Vasquez Ramirez
Jovanni Jardon Martinez
Twelve Lee County students traveled to Mac Williams Middle School in Fayetteville on Saturday to audition for the Southeastern District Band. No Lee County students were selected to be in the band, but they all worked hard to prepare for their audition, especially our three students from East Lee! I'm am extremely proud of all of them for taking the time and effort to attend this audition!
Each year the counselors host Career Day to expose our students to as many career opportunities as possible. This year's Career Day is scheduled for Friday, March 10th from 8:00-11:00 am. If you may be interested in presenting your career to our students, please complete this form. Completing the form does not commit you to participating in Career Day -- it simply builds a database of potential speakers that we can utilize when Career Day planning begins.
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Recently during Ms. Sayabouth's and Mrs.Waychoff's PE class, student did their Sport Ed Basketball unit. During this unit, students each had an assigned job to do with their team - captain/scorekeeper/exercise specialist/attendance recorder/equipment manager, etc. Students had to work together to complete their jobs and play games, in order to earn the full amount of points. The team with the most points at the end of the unit - received a certificate and award for all their hard work.
Are you collecting Boxtops for Education?
Collect and turn in 10 boxtops. For every 10 boxtops turned in to ELMS your name will be put into a drawing to win a free Cook-Out Milkshake. Turn in your boxtops to your homeroom teachers. Five names will be drawn monthly.