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    You can't ever be really free if you admire somebody too much.  LHS Day Announcements 
     

     

    October 15, 2019

    The FFA is holding a kiss the pig contest for the Pink Out Pep Rally

    Jars will be placed in the participating teachers’ rooms.

    The teacher with the most money has to kiss the pink pig at the pink out pep rally on 10/18.  Ask your teacher today!

     

    The Lee Rebel Culinary Arts team of Nayeli Carrasco, Rhiannon King, Aileen Munoz and Isaiah Romero competed in the first annual onsite culinary contest at The Taste of the Permian Basin and they won!!  Their yummy lasagna rolls beat out dishes from Midland High, Ector County ISD and Wink ISD culinary programs.

     

    Students, just a reminder of the one-on-one tutorials available in the library today beginning at 4:20.

    October 11th

    "Listen up Lee - TODAY is the last day to order your Lee vs Midland High GAME DAY SHIRT from SIP!  We will be selling shirts during lunch in the courtyard and in Portable 246-A all day AND at the game tonight!   GET YOUR GAME SHIRT TODAY!"

    IF you are taking the PSAT or SAT on Wednesday, October 16th make sure you have the following:

    Student ID or Driver's license

    Acceptable calculator, if you want one.  LHS will NOT provide calculators for PSAT or SAT

    Testing Room numbers will be posted on the doors by the science wing by Tuesday

    October 10th

    Good morning.  The following is a Crime stoppers announcement:

    Yesterday in the Youth Center a couple of mirrors were damaged.  If you have any information regarding this act, please report it to an AP.  You will remain anonymous and could be eligible for a cash reward.

     You have seen the signs, now join the show. National art honor society would like to invite all current Lee students to submit an original work of art to be put in the first ever Lee student art show.  Deadline for entry is October 26. Read the posters for more details. 

    Are you looking for a new extracurricular activity?  UIL Academics offers a wide variety of academic competitions.  There are great opportunities to compete in subjects like Journalism, STEM activities, Business, Language Arts, and Social Studies, as well as Speech and Debate and Theatre.  UIL academics covers many things for any academic interest.  If you would like to learn more about UIL academic events come for pizza at lunch today in the courtyard between the C and H buildings.  You will be able to talk to the different event coaches and sign up for a UIL team. If you have any questions, please find Ms. Weber in room 519 for more information.

    October 9th, 2019

    "Order a Lee Spirit Shirt for the Lee and Midland High football game by this Friday, each shirt is $20. See any SIP student or Mrs. Payne in Portable 246-A for an order form or any questions you may have." on the announcements?

     

    Are you looking for a new extracurricular activity?  UIL Academics offers a wide variety of academic competitions.  There are great opportunities to compete in subjects like Journalism, STEM activities, Business, Language Arts, and Social Studies, as well as Speech and Debate and Theatre.  UIL academics covers many things for any academic interest.  If you would like to learn more about UIL academic events come for pizza at lunch tomorrow, October 10 in the courtyard between the C and H buildings.  You will be able to talk to the different event coaches and sign up for a UIL team. If you have any questions, please find Ms. Weber in room 519 for more information.

    Good morning Rebels!

    If you're interested in The University of Texas at San Antonio, The Director of UTSA's Honor's Program will be here to visit with you and answer all of your questions!  Please stop by the courtyard during the lunch hour today!

    October 8, 2019

    Are you looking for a new extracurricular activity?  UIL Academics offers a wide variety of academic competitions.  There are great opportunities to compete in subjects like Journalism, STEM activities, Business, Language Arts, and Social Studies, as well as Speech and Debate and Theatre.  UIL academics covers many things for any academic interest.  If you would like to learn more about UIL academic events come for pizza at lunch on Thursday October 10 in the courtyard between the C and H buildings.  You will be able to talk to the different event coaches and sign up for a UIL team. If you have any questions, please find Ms. Weber in room 519 for more information

    Attention student interested in earning community service or Texas Scholar hours. Rusk Elementary is holding a Math night on Oct 24 from 5:45 to 7:15. If you are interested, please go by Mrs. Rodrigues in the front office and pick-up your form. 

    October 7, 2019

    This past weekend, the Lee HS Orchestra participated in our annual TMEA All Region Orchestra audition in Abilene, TX.  Lee HS placed 18 students in the all-region orchestra.  A list of their names will be posted in the office and on the Lee High School website.  We cannot be more proud of our amazing musicians!  Go REBS!

     

    The following students auditioned and made the All-region orchestra for region 6:

     

    Audrey Gardea-Perez - Violin

    Jose Alvarez - Violin

    McKenzie Bonner - Violin

    Jimena Flores - Violin

    Elijah Horton - Viola

    Antonio Garcia II - Viola

    Ty Johnson - Viola

    Jonathon Marmalejo - Viola

    Daniel Torres - Viola

    Amaya Guzman - Viola

    Nicholas Garza - Cello

    Kathrine Cook - Cello

    Brandon Hinds - Cello

    Marcus Curnutte -Bass

    Ryleigh Moore - Bass

    Jonah Marquez - Bass

    Marissa Ponce - Bass

    Luke Rodriguez – Harp

     

    Congrats to Paul Gomez on being the third medalist winner this past weekend at the Abilene Invitational golf tournament.

     

    Are you looking for a new extracurricular activity?  UIL Academics offers a wide variety of academic competitions.  There are great opportunities to compete in subjects like Journalism, STEM activities, Business, Language Arts, and Social Studies, as well as Speech and Debate and Theatre.  UIL academics covers many things for any academic interest.  If you would like to learn more about UIL academic events come for pizza at lunch on Thursday October 10 in the courtyard between the C and H buildings.  You will be able to talk to the different event coaches and sign up for a UIL team. If you have any questions, please find Ms. Weber in room 519 for more information. 

    October 4, 2019

    National Honor Society Induction practice will be held on Monday in the auditorium during advisory.  All inductees and current members should attend. Induction is Monday night at 6pm.   All current members and inductees should be here by 5:45pm.

    If you have questions, please see an NHS officer or visit room 502.

     

    German club will be meet today after school in room 434 in the orange hall.
    Everyone is welcome to come. We will be learning about a German holiday and making a German flag. 

    Attention Spanish 3, 4 5, & 6 students,

    If you wish to join Spanish Honor Society please stop by room 421 pick up an application from the door, please remember that you must turn in your application with proper documentation by Monday, October the 7th. If you have any questions, please stop by room 421 before or after school or email Ms. Sanchez.

     

    Good morning Rebels!

    If you weren't able to attend the College Forum, today during lunch Baylor University and St. Edward's University out of Austin will be in the courtyard during lunch!  Please stop by!

    October 3rd

    German club will be meeting Friday after school in room 434 in the orange hall.
    Everyone is welcome to come. We will be learning about a German holiday and making a German flag. 

    October 2nd

    Juniors!!!! Shirts are finally in and will be sold before school (8 - 8:25) and at lunch all week in Mrs. Smith's room 603. Shirts will be $20.00. Come support the class of 2021!!! 

    Good morning Rebels!

    If you're interested in the field of Nursing, UTPB's College of Nursing Admissions Officer will be here at lunch in front of the cafeteria to answer all of your questions!

    October 1st

     Do you want to learn to be a better writer? The Rebel Writers' Cafe is now open for you! We are located in Room 510. Our hours are Tuesday and Wednesday 8 to 8:30 AM, and Tuesday through Friday at lunch.  Walk in or sign up outside 510. Peer tutors are here to help you learn to write profound, exceptional, phenomenal, stellar, fabulous essays.

     

    Students, UNICEF, one of the student led clubs on campus, will have their first meeting on Thursday.  If you have any questions, please see Ms. Brumley. 

     

    Students, just a reminder of the one-on-one tutorial today in the library.  Also, they are in need of additional Math and English teachers. 

    September 30, 2019

    Attention all students and teachers!!  Texas Roadhouse has declared tonight “Give Back Night”.  They will donate 10% of their earnings to the Lee High S.I.P students.  A flyer can be presented physically or digitally, or you can simply say that you are with SIP.

    Attention Spanish Honor Society Members,

     

    Our first meeting will be Tuesday, October 1st. All members are required to attend. If you are currently in probation and have documentation for your hours, please bring it to the meeting. The meeting will be held in room 421 at 8:00, 12:45 and 4:20. 

     

    If you wish to join Spanish Honor Society please stop by room 421 pick up an application from the door, please remember that you must turn in your application with proper documentation by October the 7th. If you have any questions, please stop by room 421 before or after school or email Ms. Sanchez. 

     

     

    National Honor Society candidates should have received acceptance letters from their math teachers.  If you did not receive your letter, please see Mrs. Bryant in room 502.  Induction is on Monday Oct 7th.  All current NHS members are required to attend. There will be a practice on Monday during advisory.

     

    Juniors!!!! Shirts are finally in and will be sold before school (8 - 8:25) starting Monday in Mrs. Smith's room 603. Shirts will be $20.00. Come support the class of 2021!!! 

    September 23, 2019

    Do you want to learn to be a better writer? Starting tomorrow, Sept. 24, the Rebel Writers Cafe is open for you! We are located in Room 510. Our hours are Tuesday and Wednesday 8 to 8:30 AM, and Tuesday through Friday at lunch.  Walk in or sign up outside 510. Peer tutors are here to help you learn to write profound, exceptional, phenomenal, stellar, fabulous essays.

    September 17th

    Good morning Rebels,

     

    A Texas Tech University Admissions Counselor will be in the courtyard in front of the cafeteria during lunch today with information and to answer any questions you may have!   

     

    1 to 1 tutoring meets in the library on today after school until 6:00. If you are in need of some extra help in any subject, volunteers will be there to help you with your work.

    September 16, 2019

    The Youth and Government Club is looking for new members. If you are interested in standing up for what you believe in and debating with other students from around the state of Texas then the Youth and Government Legislative or Student Affairs Forum could be right for you. Our first meeting is this week on Thursday at lunch. Go by room 473 and ask Mr. Hammer for a handout. Don't just read about our government, role play a government official and become part of our government. Remember...go by room 473 for more information. 

     

    Sophomores and Juniors, Listen up!

    Now is the time to get registered for the PSAT.  We will administer the test during school on October 16th.  You will need to get signed up and pay through the bookkeeper.  The fee is $17.00 – originally, the fee was posted as $16, but that was inaccurate.

    Juniors and Seniors –

    Lee High School will also be giving the SAT on October 16 during the school day.  You may register with your English teacher, but must pay the bookkeeper.  The cost for the test is $49.50.  You will need to let your English teacher know by Thursday, September 19th that you are interested.  Payments are due by October 9th.

    The Lee varsity boys golf team won first place at the Lubbock Invitational!!!!   Players include: Paul Gomez, Cameron Lopez, Jackson Comer, Dylan Bowerman, and Eli Martinez. 

    Students and teachers: 1 to 1 Tutoring will begin tomorrow after school from 4:20 to 6:00 in the library. Snacks are provided as well as a late bus to some locations. If you need help please plan on attending.  Teachers if you want to help please plan attending also. They need all the help they can get in supporting our students.

    September 13, 2019

    Students and teachers: 1 to 1 Tutoring will begin next week on Tuesday after school from 4:20 to 6:00 in the library. Snacks are provided as well as a late bus to some locations. If you need help please plan on attending.  Teachers if you want to help please plan attending also. They need all the help they can get in supporting our students.

    Teachers and Juniors!!  Just a reminder a representative from Herff Jones will be here Monday during second period.  Teachers, please take roll and escort your students to the auditorium.  If you have a split class, have a neighboring teacher walk the Juniors down. 

    Sophomores and Juniors, Listen up!

    Now is the time to get registered for the PSAT.  We will administer the test during school on October 16th.  You will need to get signed up and pay through the bookkeeper.  The fee is $17.00 – originally, the fee was posted as $16, but that was inaccurate.

    Juniors and Seniors –

    Lee High School will also be giving the SAT on October 16 during the school day.  You may register with your English teacher, but must pay the bookkeeper.  The cost for the test is $49.50.  You will need to let your English teacher know by Thursday, September 19th that you are interested.  Payments are due by October 9th.

    September 11, 2019

    Students and teachers: 1 to 1 Tutoring will begin next week on Tuesday after school from 4:20 to 6:00 in the library. Snacks are provided as well as a late bus to some locations. If you need help please plan on attending.  Teachers if you want to help please plan attending also. They need all the help they can get in supporting our students.\

    On Saturday the Debate Team travelled to Texas Tech University to compete in their first tournament of the year.The Cross-Examination Team of Isabella Nieto and Pranav Ganta went undefeated for the entire tournament winning 1st place!  The team will be travelling to Hereford High School on next Saturday, wish them luck as they get ready for their next round of competition.

    September 10th

    The Lee High Cross Country Team competed this past weekend in Lubbock. Senior Alvin Avila placed 5th out of 164 runners with a time of 17:16 at the “Pre" Lubbock Coaches Cross Country Meet. Placing 14th for the Rebels was sophomore Chris Lopez with a time of 18:19.51.  The Lee boys placed 4th out of 19 teams.

    Nayeli Galindo placed 5th with a time of 21:28. Bailey Bingham finished 7th with a time of 21:40.She was followed by Junior Hannah Long finishing 10th  with a time of 22:01. The Lee girls place 2nd.

    Juniors, a representative from Herff Jones will be here next Monday the 16th during 2nd period. 

    Seniors and Band members, remember next Wednesday the 18th, you will take your panoramic pictures. 

    One on One tutorials will start-up next Tuesday the 17th in library from 4”30 until 6:00.

    September 5, 2019

    Seniors and Band members listen-up.  The panoramic picture will be taken Wednesday, September the 18th.  The band will take theirs at 8:00 and the senior class will be at 9:00. 


    All JV FOOTBALL GUYS REPORT TO THE AUDITORIUM DURING FOOTBALL CLASS.

    August 29, 2019

    If you want to earn art graduation cords. If you want to develop your art skills, have leadership opportunities, and make art have a bigger impact at Lee, you may find your place in the National Art Honor Society.

    Requirements are that you have completed Art 1, passing all classes, wanting to acutely engage in art and willing to complete Art community services such as building the Art Homecoming float, face painting and setting up the first EVER Lee Art show.

    Come talk to Mrs Day in CTE room 710 for an application

    August 26th

     

    The following students are winners from the Blood Drive drawing last week:

    Amaya Guzman

    Mayra Sauzameda

    Taylor Phillips

    Melissa Corralejo.

    Please come to room 502 to pick up your prize

     

    Senior Alvin Avila placed 3rd out of 146 runners at the Jim Ned Invite. Placing 9th for the Rebels was sophomores Chris Lopez. Freshman Samuel Gonzalez finished behind Chris and sophomore Chanler Bushman ran a PR to help the Rebel boys place 4th out of 15 teams. 

    Junior Bailey Bingham finished 3rd out of 191 runners at the Jim Ned Invite. She was followed by Junior Hannah Long finishing 9th and senior Nayeli Galindo finishing 10th.  Freshman Carla Torres, Perla Rascon and Karimme Conejo helped Midland Lee girls place 2nd out of 17 teams. 

    August 23rd

     

    Thank you Lee High School for making our NHS blood drive a success.   Each donor received a Rebel Lifesaver Tshirt.  Please go by room 502 to see if you were a winner of the drawings. 

     

    The following is a Crime Stopper Announcement:

    Yesterday we had a wallet taken from a student’s backpack.  If you have any information regarding this act, please see an AP.  You will remain anonymous and could be eligible for a cash reward.   

    August 22nd

    Today is the first meeting of chess club. Anyone is welcome to attend, students or staff. We will eat pizza, play some games, and discuss club business. So come out and we'll have some fun! The meeting is at lunch time today in room 416

    August 21, 2019

     

     

    "Chess club will have its first meeting of the year tomorrow, August 22, during lunch in room 416. Please be with us as we play some games and discuss club business, and have pizza. Again, that's Chess Club first meeting, Thursday at lunch in room 416."

    August 20, 2019

    The National Honor Society blood drive is tomorrow in the library.   If you are a minor please stop by room 502 to pick up a permit form to be signed by your parent.  

    United Blood services will have Rebel Donor T-shirts, and prize drawings for donors tomorrow.  If you have questions please stop by room 502 or talk to a NHS member.   

     

    "Chess club will have its first meeting of the year Thursday, August 22, during lunch in room 416. Please be with us as we play some games and discuss club business, and have pizza. Again, that's Chess Club first meeting, Thursday at lunch in room 416."

    August 14, 2019


    Girls interested in trying out for the Lady Rebels Basketball Program you must come see Coach Acosta in room 801 to get you on the tryout list before Monday, August 19th.  Tryouts are from August 19th thru August 22nd.  You must have all Physical requirements completed to tryout. 

     

    Students!!  Just a reminder that students are not allowed to park in the faculty parking lot.  Also, you must have a permit attached to your windshield in order to park in any of the parking lots.  Cars found without permits are subject to being “booted”.  Permits maybe purchased in the bookkeepers’ office before school, during lunch and after school.  Do not come down during school hours. 

    Golf will meet in room 461 today. 

     

    August 15, 2019


    Girls interested in trying out for the Lady Rebels Basketball Program you must come see Coach Acosta in room 801 to get you on the tryout list before Monday, August 19th.  Tryouts are from August 19th thru August 22nd.  You must have all Physical requirements completed to tryout. 

     

    Students!!  Just a reminder that students are not allowed to park in the faculty parking lot.  Also, you must have a permit attached to your windshield in order to park in any of the parking lots.  Cars found without permits are subject to being “booted”.  Permits maybe purchased in the bookkeepers’ office before school, during lunch and after school.  Do not come down during school hours. 

     

    August 19, 2019

    The National Honor Society first blood drive of this year is Wednesday Aug 21st.  See any NHS officer to sign up or stop by room 502

    The following is a Crime Stoppers Announcement:

    There was a wallet stolen from PE 1st period this morning.  If you have any information regarding this act, please see an AP.  You will remain anonymous and could be eligible for a cash reward.