CTE/ATC16-17 Dual CreditParent MeetingIf you have registered for the following programs:Auto/Diesel/Collision, CNA, EMT, Welding, Computer MaintenanceParents and Students will be required to attend amandatory meeting on one of the 2 nights scheduled.Monday May 16th OR Wednesday May 18th for:
- CNA or EMT programsTuesday May 17th OR Thursday May 19th for:
Location: Advanced Technology Center (ATC), 3200 Cuthbert, 6:30pm, next door to Furr's cafeteria
- Auto/Diesel/Collision Tech, Welding, Computer Maintenance program
At the Texas Youth and Government Conference 22 students participated in the Legislature, County Court (Judicial) and media. Braden Alford (11th grade) wrote a bill, an act to reduce property tax by ten percent for those who use solar power as their primary source of power and declaring an emergency.
It was passed in both houses and signed by the youth Governor into law. He was selected by his peers as a distinguished delegate in the House of Representatives. Anuj Mocherla (11th grade) sponsored Braden's bill in the Senate and was also selected by his peers as a distinguished delegate in the Senate.
SENIORS: Final class rankings for the 2015-16 school year will be determined at the end of the 5th 6 weeks. Any transcripts with class rankings received before that time are pending and NOT the final class rank.
Individual Team Awards were won by: Team 4886 Robo Junkies, won the PT Award. This award is given to the team that best incorporated industrial design elements into their robot solution. Each Lee team has a member nominated to the FIRST Dean’s list, all three team members will be moving on to the next qualifier which will be in San Antonio Texas at the South Super Regional Championship March 9-11. Representing LEE Robotics will be team 4885 Omega Botz represented by Trisha Nag, LEE 4886 Robo Junkies will be represented by Juwon Packer, and LEE 9362 Samurai Robotics will be represented by Alan Chavez.