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Rocket Revelations

What's Happening at East?

  • Candemonium Win 2014
    Way to go Rockets for winning the Candemonium food drive two years in a row! Thank you to all who helped support this years food drive! Becasue of all your hard work and support, thirteen East Lee families will be receiving Thanksgiving meals while many more will benefit from the food that will be donated to CUOC. A huge thank you goes out to Angi and Carla for their hard work on the Candemonium structure!

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  • English Language Arts Curriculum Night
    English Language Arts Curriculum Night 2014  
    Fall Into Reading Curriculum "Language Arts Night" was a huge success. The English Language Arts Night activities had students excited about presenting, familiarized parents with the reading curriculum, and encouraged families to continue the to read at home. Students also had the opportunity to purchase books at our yearly Book Fair. The media center was packed with over 55 participants involved. A BIG Thank You goes out to all the language arts teachers for the fun reading event.

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  • Rocket Robotics Turn Up The Heat!
    Rocket Robotics 2014  
    Teams from SanLee, West Lee, and East Lee middle schools in Lee County, and Anne Chestnut Middle School of Fayetteville, scrimmage in preparation for the official FIRST® LEGO® League competitions, which are held regionally, statewide, and nationally. All teams are FLL registered and eligible for the regional and state competitions.
    The students, along with a teacher/coach and/or mentor, work for months to build and program their robot to accomplish tasks, and research and develop solutions if they face any obstacles.
    The East Lee Middle School robotics team WON trophies for Best Performance Overall and Robot Design at the middle school robotics competition held November 15, 2014 at Central Carolina Community College.

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  • Out Of This World 2014  
    November 21, 2014 students and parents came together to celebrate our Out Of This World Rockets. At the end of each quarter, homeroom teachers nominated 1 student from his/her team that has excelled in all areas (behavior, academics, effort, good character, leadership). The nominated students were recognized as East Lee's "Out of this World Rockets" for the quarter. Students were treated to a celebratory ice cream sundae in the cafeteria with their families in recognition of their hard work and outstanding character.

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    We had an awesome night celebrating our fall sports teams. Thank you Rocket Athletes and families for supporting ELMS.

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  • 2013-2014 Yearbook 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.

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Daily Announcements

  •  Thanksgiving Break 2014
    In observance of the upcoming holiday, all Lee County Schools will be closed on Wednesday, November 26th through Sunday, November 30, 2014. Monday, December 1st school will resume at regular schedule. Enjoy your break and spend some quality time with those you love. We look forward to seeing everyone on Monday December 1.

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  • Sanford Breadbasket 2014  
    Ms. Slease's STRIVE group went to the Sanford Breadbasket. They planned, prepared, and served a meal of chicken noodle soup, mashed potatoes, sandwiches, fruit salad, desserts, and lemonade as well as helping to prep a few items for later this week. Not only did these girls feed almost 200 people at the breadbasket, when we went to taco bell for lunch, they also decided to each donate a dollar to feed children when they got their food. Each dollar fed four children which means these girls used their own money to feed 40+ children. They kept saying how eye opening their experience was, and how much more they want to do for the Breadbasket. They are planning a return visit after their next project--a coat drive for those who go to the Breadbasket.

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  • Free Rice Farley  
    Ms. Farley's Strive group has once again met their goal for the month. In November, the group decided to gain another 60,000 grains of rice. Combined with last month's rice, the group has a combined total of 131,790 grains. From today through the end of December, the group has once again decided to reach the goal of 60,000 grains of rice. This means we should have a total of 180,000 grains of rice by the New Year! Way to go Rockets!

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  • Community Service Learning

    Mrs. McLeod-Wicker's girls are taking donations for the Westfield Rehabilitation Center in Tramway. Some items to donate are fixodent, toothpaste, toothbrushes, socks, and raisins.You may donate other items as well. Please do not donate hard candy. Students donating for this cause will receive $5 rockets cash. Donations should be brought to Mrs. McLeod-Wicker's room (803).

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  •  Basketball Team 2014
    2014-2015 Girls Basketball Team
    Asanti Lucas
    Trinity Haith
    Autum Fausz
    Greeley Hibbard
    Toriana Lynch
    Autumn Maples
    Hailey Dillon
    Khaliyah Cheek
    Sarah Spartz
    Claire Cummings
    Savannah Brown
    Ava Sanz
    Quaneisha Richmond
    Eboni Jones
    Braynka Brown
    2014-2015 Boys Basketball Team
    Stone Phillips
    Josh Thomas
    Brayden Cotton
    Lee Anthony Doe
    Marcus Boggs
    Kobe Crump
    Charles Bailey 
    Cameron Horton
    Alontae Lewis
    Malik Roberson
    Tim Lett
    Garrett Sallaz
    William Foushee
    Jaylen McKoy

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