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

     

    March 21, 2019

    Tryouts for the 2019-2020 Dixie Doll drill are coming up! Packets are available in the front office or in the youth center. Tryouts are April 22-26. There will be a mandatory parent and candidate meeting in the cafeteria on Monday, April 22nd at 5:30. If you love to dance and perform, there are so many great opportunities to do so with dolls. This year we went to New York. Come be a part of this award winning dance team!

    Prom tickets are on sale in room 612.  They are $35 each.  Approval forms must be turned in before a non-student or a sophomore ticket can be purchased.

    "Prom King and Queen Nominations will begin next week.  Junior Class officers will be in the courtyard before school and the beginning of lunch to take your nomination.  Only seniors can be nominated."

    We would like to invite ALL girls ages 11-18 to come out and learn about Girl Empowerment.  We have a full day of fun planned for ALL girls on Saturday, March 30th at the Midland County Horseshoe from 12-4.  There will be seminars, College information sessions, entertainment, and so much more! So get your friends together and make it a "Girls" day and come have fun! For more information look for flyers around campus! You DO have to REGISTER for this event so get the info from the flyers!

    The Lee High School Chess Team performed well against Goddard last night winning a total of eight games with two losses and three draws. The club meets Wednesdays after school in room The Lee High School Chess Team performed well against Goddard last night winning a total of eight games with two losses and three draws. The club meets Wednesdays after school in room 416. Come out and join us. We are always looking for new opponents.416. Come out and join us. We are always looking for new opponents.

    March 19, 2019

    The Lee High School Chess Team will travel to Goddard tomorrow (Wednesday) to play them. We need a head count as to who will be going. Please sign up in room 416 as soon as possible. Then on Wednesday, come as soon as possible after 4:15 so we can be there by 4:30. Plan on staying about an hour and a half. 

    Good afternoon Rebels, If you're interested in getting to know more about UTPB or have you been accepted to UTPB and need to know your next steps, they will be on our campus tomorrow, Wednesday, March 20th during lunch.  Please come with your questions to meet with an admissions counselor.

    March 8th

    Congratulations to our latest chess tournament champions! 3rd Place is Josh Westberg, 2nd Place is Camille Pegues, and 1st place is Lewis Guess.  Our tournaments are every last Wednesday of the month, and we are preparing for regional tournaments in late April.

    March 7th, 2019

    Lee High School Seniors, do you have 3.0 GPA or higher, are a current PTA or PTSA member, and are pursuing a degree in an Education Field?  If so, you may qualify for the Midland Council PTA Scholarship.  The Applicant chosen will receive a $500.00 Scholarship from the Midland Council of PTAs.  Check the LHS Counselor's Scholarship page for the application and other scholarships!  Hurry!  Deadlines are approaching!

     

    Good afternoon all!

    This week the Lee High School Orchestras performed in our annual UIL concert and Sight-reading competition evaluation.  This year, I am proud to say that our students represented Lee Hs very well this week.

    Our freshman orchestra received an excellent rating on the stage and a 1 in Sight-reading

    Our Philharmonic orchestra received an Excellent rating on stage and a 1 in Sight-reading

    StrictLEE Strings received a Sweepstakes (1 & 1) this year marking the 28th consecutive year of Sweepstakes

    Lee Symphony received a Sweepstakes (1 & 1) making this the 40th sweepstakes for the Symphony

    Please congratulations these students for their hard work and dedication!

    Thank you for your support and GO REBELS!

     

    Hey Lee High School- Today is the last day to buy a wristband for $5 that will get you an extra 15 minutes added to the END of your lunch tomorrow Friday, March 8th. You must be back to 4th period by 12:32 to not be counted absent. SIP students will come through during advisory to sell or you may purchase a wristband in room 455.  Thanks for your support!  

    March 6, 2019

    Students, just a reminder.  You must have a permit on your car to park anywhere on campus.  Permits can be purchased through the Bookkeeper before school, during lunch or after school.  They are currently $14.00. 

    March 5th

    Hey Lee High School- Here is a deal for you!!  The SIP class is selling wristbands for $5 that will get you an extra 15 minutes added to the END of your lunch this Friday March 8th. You must be back to 4th period by 12:32 to not be counted absent. SIP students will come though during advisory to sell or you may purchase a wristband in room 455.  Thanks for your support!

    Lee High School Seniors, do you have 3.0 GPA or higher, are a current PTA or PTSA member, and are pursuing a degree in an Education Field?  If so, you may qualify for the Midland Council PTA Scholarship.  The Applicant chosen will receive a $500.00 Scholarship from the Midland Council of PTAs.  Deadline is March 15, 2019!  Check the LHS Counselor's Scholarship page for the application and other scholarships!  Hurry!  Deadlines are approaching!

    Congratulations to LHS TAFE.  Lee had 10 of 14 LHS students receive Blue Ribbons for their participation in the Teach Tomorrow Summit.  A list of names and awards will be posted on the website and in the attendance office.  Again, congratulations to TAFE and Mrs. Romero

    March 4, 2019

    Congratulations to the Lady Rebel golf team on their second place finish at the Ector County Invitational.  Rebecca Reed was low medalist. Other members were; Laura Werner, Rachel Hulder, Kristyn Anderson, and Victoria Lins.  Also, congratulations to the Rebel boy’s golf team on their third place finish at the Andrews Invitational. Members were; Cameron Lopez, Paul Gomez, Jackson Comer, Harrison Kessler, and Dylan Bowerman.

     

    If you are trying out for cheerleader, don't forget to bring your physical to practice today.

    February 25, 2019

    This past Saturday over 75 entries were submitted by Lee to compete in the UIL Art Competition known as VASE, of those entries 62 received a score of 4 which means they also received a regional medal. They competed against 500 public and private school entries from across the region. 34 Entries advanced to state from our region and once again, Lee led all schools with the most state qualifiers. The State qualifiers are:

    Peter Nguyen

    Anahi Ruiz

    Christian Aranda

    Elizabeth Bodily

    Trinity Barnet

    Sebastian Payen

    Brant Stalder

    Jacelin Bernal

    Crescencio Cortez

    Way to go Rebel Artists

    February 22, 2019

     

    If you are planning on renting your tux from Al's Formal Wear, please stop by room 612 for a 10% off coupon.  Not only will you receive a discount, the school will receive some money from your rental! If you have questions, please ask Mrs. Houston

    Cheer packets for tryouts are due at Lee High School front office by 4:15pm on Friday, Feb. 22 or to Coach Hyche in room 520. 

     

    February 21, 2019

     

    Attention all, Prom is April 6th.  Come spend the night "Under the Stars" and make memories with your friends.  Tickets will go on sell starting February 28th.  They will be sold before school and at lunch in room 612.  Help yourself out and don't wait till the last minute.  Juniors and Seniors, if you plan on bringing a non-lee student or a sophomore as your prom date, there is an approval form in the attendance office for you to pick up.  Forms are due APRIL 3 but do not wait until the last day!

    If you are planning on renting your tux from Al's Formal Wear, please stop by room 612 for a 10% off coupon.  Not only will you receive a discount, the school will receive some money from your rental! If you have questions, please ask Mrs. Houston

    Cheer packets for tryouts are due at Lee High School front office by 4:15pm on Friday, Feb. 22 or to Coach Hyche in room 520. 

    February 20th

    ATTENTION First Time Dual Credit students:  A dual credit Parent meeting is being held on the Midland College campus tomorrow, February 21 in the Marie Hall Building room 101, from 6:00-7:00 pm.  Parents of first time dual credit students must attend a meeting.  It is also recommended that students attend if possible.  Additional meetings are scheduled for March 21 and April 11 at the same time and location.

     

    Chess club meeting today after school in room 416 will start with Mr. Clark giving a mini-lesson. Please be on time.

    There will be a Spanish Honor Society meeting tomorrow morning at 8:05 in room 421. Please be there and on time

     

    February 19, 2019

    National Honor Society meeting tomorrow (Wednesday) at 8am or 11:20am room 502.  You must be on time to be present.

     

    Attention Senior Girls!!

    Are you wanting to join a group of like-minded women in friendship and achievement at college?  Than join us Sunday March 3rd at 3:00 o’clock at the Junior League of Midland and find out about sorority recruitment.  All senior girls are welcome.  More information is available in the attendance office.

    The Lee Robotic teams competed Saturday at Lubbock for the FTC Regional Panhandle West Championship. Samurai Robotic placed 4th, Robo Junkies 5th, Omega Botz 7th and Roboto Muchachos were 16th out of 32 teams. But, in the championship rounds Samurai Robotics won the Championship and will be going to Houston in April to compete in the World Championship. There were only two teams selected out of 85 teams in West Texas. Kaylee Farr won the Dean’s List Award and she will be representing the FTC South League in Houston for the World Dean’s List Award.

    Samurai Robotics – won 1st Place Alliance and “Think Award”, is given to the team that best reflects the journey the team took as they experienced the engineering design process during the build season.

    Team members: Christian Martinez, Kayla Sanchez, Cristian Valeriano, Lauren Mata, Lane Tang, Kaylee Farr, Douglas Doerf, Slade Ebenstein and Garrett Fincher . 

    Robo Junkies – 5th Place and competed in the championship, but lost to Lee team Samurai Robotics.

    Team members:  Madison Abbott, Jena McEnaney, Nayeli Galindo, Danna Uvalle Chavana, Anthony Gonzalez, Luke Gonzales, Adrian Gonzalez.

    Omega Botz – won 7th Place and “Design Award”, this award is presented to teams that incorporate industrial design elements into their solution and ”Promote Award”, is given to the team that is most successful in creating a compelling video message for the public designed to change our culture and celebrate science, technology, engineering and math.

    Team members: Tytain Hall, Alejandro Ceballos, Jorge Gonzalez, John Langs, Ryan Parmer, Gabriel Lujan, Nichlas Summers, Travis Zorn, David Contreras, and Faith Ausbun.

    Roboto Muchachos- 16th. Team members:  Chris Pina, Adrian Ramon, Gabe Herrera, John Tarango, Joseph Granado, Sonny Ortiz, Anthony Soria, Jaziel Madrid, Ayden Cisneros, and Haley Perales.

     

     Next competition will be in Austin for the UIL 5A- 6A State Championship and then to the World’s Championship in Houston. Go Rebels.

    Attention all, Prom is April 6th.  Come spend the night "Under the Stars" and make memories with your friends.  Tickets will go on sell starting February 28th.  They will be sold before school and at lunch in room 612.  Help yourself out and don't wait till the last minute.  Juniors and Seniors, if you plan on bringing a non-lee student or a sophomore as your prom date, there is an approval form in the attendance office for you to pick up.  Forms are due APRIL 3 but do not wait till the last day!

     

    February 14, 2019

     

    The SIP class would like to thank all Lee staff who contributed to our Valentine's fundraiser! We appreciate you!! Now for the winners:  $50 Visa card winner is Ms. Daniel.   Magic Bullet winner is Ms. Wilcox.  And the Valentine basket winner is Ms. Jennifer Garcia!!!! Congratulations!

    Happy Valentine's Day! And Thank you to ALL of you who participated in our Veteran care package drive for TAFE (pronounced Taffy) it is time to announce our winner!

    FIRST PLACE

    TENNIS Coach Kauffman's Class

    Way to go y'all donated 157 items

    2nd place:     Mrs. Wilcox Cosmetology

    Donated 113 items

    3rd place:  Mrs. Gonzales Math class

    Donated 87 items

    February 12th

    Hey Lee Staff! Don't forget- SIP Students will come by your advisory class today through Wednesday to ask for contributions for the Valentine basket.  Your name will go into a drawing for various prizes.  You may also make contributions in Mrs. Spray's room 455 at any time.  Thank you!  Also SIP is having a bake sale in the Youth Center on February 13th and 14th during lunch.  Come buy some baked goods and support SIP!!

    The cosmetology classes and Mrs Wilcox congratulate Marissa Ross for passing the written portion of the cosmetology state licensing exam. She is the first student to take the exam this early in the year! Way to go Ross!

     

    February 11, 2019

    On Friday and Saturday the Lee Academic Decathlon team competed in the Region Meet here in Midland.  Our team won the following awards:

    Jocelyn Bent – 1 medal

    Ashley Su – 1 medal

    Mark Matis – 7 medals

    Cristian Wray – 2 medals

    Joshua Taylor – 2 medals

    Congratulations to all Academic Decathlon team members

     

    Hey Lee High School staff and teachers!

    Students in Philanthropy are offering a Valentine's gift basket. The gift basket will include several $50 and $25 gift cards, snacks and Valentine's Day goodies! SIP students will come by your class between February 11th-13th to sell or you may purchase one in Mrs. Spray's room 455 anytime.

    2) Make someone "beary" happy this Valentine's Day and come to the Students in Philanthropy bake sale! It will be in the youth center during lunch on February 13th and 14th. Come check it out!

    Recently several students competed in Ag Mechanic and Stock Shows:

    At the Ft. Worth Ag Mech Show:

     David Prestridge & Krisitn Lopez- 1st place and 2nd place

    Taryn Clark, Jonathan Lightfoot & Kayle Damron- 1st place

    At the San Angelo Ag Mech Show-

    David Prestridge & Krisitn Lopez- 1st place

    Taryn Clark, Jonathan Lightfoot, Kayle Damron & James Laughoff – 1st place

    Ryker King- 1st place

    At the San Angelo Stock Show:  Avery Devault received a 2nd place and reserve breed champion

    Thank you Lee High School for once again supporting the Spanish Honor Society’s “Pulsera Project”. Together we raised $2,535.00 to send back to the artisans in Nicaragua and Guatemala. A big shout out to Samuel Garcia who some 49 pulseras!! Thanks again for your support.

    February 7, 2019

     

    Don't forget the last parent meeting for cheerleader or mascot is today in the cafeteria at 6pm. See Coach Hyche in room 520 if you have any questions. No experience needed.

    The Dixie dolls are hosting their 14th annual Junior doll dance clinic. If you are interested in trying out for this award winning team, this is a great time to learn a tryout style dance. Dixie doll tryouts are in April. Come see Coach Ray or stop by the front desk for registration forms. The event is this Saturday, February 9 at 9 AM at the Abell gym. Registration begins at eight. Hope to see you there!

    Hey Lee High School staff and teachers!

    Students in Philanthropy are raffling off a Valentine's gift basket. The gift basket will include several $50 and $25 gift cards, snacks and Valentine's Day goodies! SIP students will come by your class between February 11th-13th to sell raffle tickets or you may purchase one in Mrs. Spray's room 455 anytime. The tickets will be $2 each, or 3 tickets for $5. Be on the lookout for an email containing a picture of the basket and all that is included!

    2) Make someone "beary" happy this Valentine's Day and come to the Students in Philanthropy bake sale! It will be in the youth center during lunch on February 13th and 14th. Come check it out!

    FAFSA Assistance is being provided Saturday, February 9 from 9:00-11:00am at the Advanced Technology Center, located at 3200 W. Cuthbert in room 137. Please bring your parent’s/guardians completed 2017 income tax returns, W-2 forms and FSA ID numbers. If you filed taxes, bring your return and W-2 form as well. The application can take an hour to complete, so please plan accordingly.

     

    February 6, 2019

     

    FAFSA Assistance is being provided Saturday, February 9 from 9:00-11:00am at the Advanced Technology Center, located at 3200 W. Cuthbert in room 137. Please bring your parent’s/guardians completed 2017 income tax returns, W-2 forms and FSA ID numbers. If you filed taxes, bring your return and W-2 form as well. The application can take an hour to complete, so please plan accordingly.

    Don't forget the last parent meeting for cheerleader or mascot is Thursday, Feb. 7th in the cafeteria at 6pm. See Coach Hyche in room 520 if you have any questions. No experience needed.

    The Dixie dolls are hosting their 14th annual Junior doll dance clinic. If you are interested in trying out for this award winning team, this is a great time to learn a tryout style dance. Dixie doll tryouts are in April. Come see Coach Ray or stop by the front desk for registration forms. The event is this Saturday, February 9 at 9 AM at the Abell gym. Registration begins at eight. Hope to see you there!

    Chess Club will meet today in room 416 after school.  All are invited. Trinity School plans to come by for a "scrimmage" next week. We need to see how many people want to play against them, how many boards and timers we will need. Let's get organized for competition!

    February 5th

    If you're interested in getting to know more about UTPB, they will be on our campus tomorrow, Wednesday, February 6th during lunch.  Please come with your questions to meet with an admissions counselor.

    Happy National School Counselor's Week to the awesome Lee Counselors ~ Ms. Clark, Ms. Lansdale, Ms. Carpenter, Ms. Chrane, Ms. Morris, Ms. Dominguez and Ms. Hermosillo!  Thank you for all that you do in the lives of students daily!  If you see a Counselor, please tell them thank you!

    FAFSA Assistance is being provided Saturday, February 9 from 9:00-11:00am at the Advanced Technology Center, located at 3200 W. Cuthbert in room 137. Please bring your parent’s/guardians completed 2017 income tax returns, W-2 forms and FSA ID numbers. If you filed taxes, bring your return and W-2 form as well. The application can take an hour to complete, so please plan accordingly.

    February 1, 2019

    Congratulations to Lindsey McGlothlin for placing 2nd in Computer Security and Alexia McMurdie who took 1st place in Java Programming at the BPA Regional competition. Both will be competing at the BPA State competition in Dallas on March 7th! Congrats and good luck ladies!

    If you missed the first mandatory parent meeting for cheer and mascot tryouts, our next and final meeting will be Thursday, Feb. 7th at Lee High School cafeteria at 6pm.  If you have any questions see Coach Hyche in Room 520 before school or during lunch. No experience needed for tryouts.

    January 30, 2019

    It's Chess Tournament Day! Knights and queens are waiting for your command! Come to room 416 after school today and put your skills to the test. We will also have a visitor from The Midland County Chess Club to discuss inter-school competitions. Players, spectators, novices, all welcome.

     

    January 29, 2019

    Chess club will have its monthly school-wide tournament Wednesday after school in room 416. Everyone is invited to play, compete, or watch.   Mr. Charlie Vetter, of the Midland County Chess Club plans to attend to give us information regarding inter-school competitions.

     

    Students, one-on-one tutoring will be available today in the library from 4:15 until 6:00.  Students who are not working on their assignments will be asked to leave and only Lee High students are eligible for this service. 

     

    January 28, 2019

     

    Students,

    There will be a parent/student registration meeting on Thursday, January 31st at 6 PM in the Lee High School Auditorium.  Students you will be registering for next year's courses during the month of February.  Please let your parents know about this informative meeting

    Do you have school spirit? Why stay on the sidelines? If you are interested in trying out for cheerleader or mascot for the upcoming 2019-2020 season please attend one of our mandatory parent meetings. Our first meeting will be Wednesday, Jan. 30th at 5pm in the cafeteria. See Coach Hyche in room 520 if you have any questions.

    The Lee Robotic teams competed Saturday at UTPB for the FTC South League Robotic Championship and two teams from Lee won the championship. Samurai Robotic and Omega Botz allied together to win the FTC South Championship. Samurai Robotics also was placed 1st out of the 26 teams and won the highest award earned in the tournament which is the “Inspire Award”. The Inspire Award is given to the team that is an inspiration to other teams, acting with Gracious Professionalism® both on and off the playing field.  For the season and the qualifying rounds Lee High School’s Robotics teams Samurai Robotics was 1st place, Roboto Muchachos 2nd, Omega Botz 3rd, and Robo Junkies won 6th place out of 26 teams.  Samurai Robotics - Team members: Christian Martinez, Kayla Sanchez, Cristian Valeriano, Lauren Mata, Lane Tang, Kaylee Farr, Douglas Doerf, Slade Ebenstein and Garrett Fincher.  Omega Botz - Team members: Tytain Hall, Alejandro Ceballos, Jorge Gonzalez, John Langs, Ryan Parmer, Nichlas Summers, Travis Zorn, David Contreras, and Faith Ausbun.  Robo Junkies won the “Think Award”, this award is given to the team that best reflects the journey the team took as they experienced the engineering design process during the build season.  Team members:  Madison Abbott, Jena McEnaney, Nayeli Galindo, Danna Uvalle Chavana, Anthony Gonzalez, Luke Gonzales, Adrian Gonzalez.  Robo Muchachos won the “Design Award”, this award is presented to teams that incorporate industrial design elements into their solution. Team members:  Chris Pina, Adrian Ramon, Gabe Herrera, John Tarango, Joseph Granado, Sonny Ortiz, Anthony Soria, Jaziel Madrid, and Haley Perales.  Next Robotic Championship will be in Lubbock for the Regional Panhandle Plains Championship on February 16th.

    The Spanish Honor Society will be selling pusleras, bracelets, in the cafeteria Tuesday and Wednesday morning. They are $5.00!

     

    January 25, 2019

    Attention Seniors:

    If you plan to attend college, a trade or technical school after high school, it is now time for you to start your scholarship search.  Scholarships are updated under the Counselor's Scholarship page.

    The Spanish Honor Society is selling pulseras, bracelets, for the Pulsera Project. This is the 4th year we are participating in the project. It's a community service project that funds a free trade agreement with artisans from Nicaragua and Guatemala.  The bracelets are $5.00 and we make NO money from the sales; it all goes back to the artisans.  Please help us raise more than we did last year. Honor Society members will be selling the bracelets and we will also be selling them in the mornings and at lunch.  Come by and get a pulsera! And thanks for your support!

    Students,

    There will be a parent/student registration meeting on Thursday, January 31st at 6 PM in the Lee High School Auditorium.  Students you will be registering for next year's courses during the month of February.  Please let your parents know about this informative meeting

    Seniors.  If you are signed up for makeups for senior pictures tomorrow, the location has been moved to room 408.  Please park in the football parking lot and enter through the 400s building entrance. 

     

    January 23, 2019

    Chess club meets today after school in room 416. Time flies and we are approaching another school-wide tournament to be held next Wednesday. Come and prepare to beat the pawns off your opponents.

    Do you have school spirit? Why stay on the sidelines? If you are interested in trying out for cheerleader or mascot for the upcoming 2019-2020 season please attend one of our mandatory parent meetings. Our first meeting will be next Wednesday, Jan. 30th at 5pm in the cafeteria. See Coach Hyche in room 520 if you have any questions.

    The Lee HS TAFE (pronounced TAFFY) would like to encourage ALL students to bring items like basic toiletries, non-perishable snacks, socks, hairbrush/comb to help w/ our STATE service project.  We will be collecting items through February in each Advisory class that has signed up!! We will bring the class w/ the most items collected a treat on Valentine’s Day! Please START bringing items now and place in the boxes we have already provided for you for those that have signed up! Mrs. Romero will also have a box in room 426 for anyone that would like to participate! Our Veterans and LHS TAFE thank you!

    There will be a Spanish Honor Society meeting tomorrow at 8:05 in the morning.  We have our Pulseras to begin the project, so please come to the meeting. Also, bring your $$ for t-shirts if you want to order one. Thanks and see you tomorrow morning.

    Attention Seniors:

    If you plan to attend college, a trade or technical school after high school, it is now time for you to start your scholarship search.  Scholarships are updated under the Counselor's Scholarship page.

     

    January 22, 2019

    “Come join FCA for the 2019 Kickoff! There will be food, fun, and fellowship. It will be held today, January 22nd in the Football Turf Room at 7:17 PM. All students are welcome to come!”

     

    Attention all students!!

    The area behind the Ag building is designated as staff, fire and law enforcement parking only.  Students are not allowed to park in this area anytime during school hours.  This includes the area directly in front of the soccer and softball complex.  Law enforcement will be patrolling and issuing citations to anyone who chooses to park in these areas. 

     

    Do you have school spirit? Why stay on the sidelines? If you are interested in trying out for cheerleader or mascot for the upcoming 2019-2020 season please attend one of our mandatory parent meetings. Our first meeting will be next Wednesday, Jan. 30th at 5pm in the cafeteria. See Coach Hyche in room 520 if you have any questions.

    Thanks to all the teachers that have already signed up to help with our Veteran’s drive.  The Lee HS TAFE (pronounced TAFFY) would like to encourage ALL students to bring items like basic toiletries, non-perishable snacks, socks, hairbrush/comb to help w/ our STATE service project.  We will be collecting items through February in each Advisory class that has signed up!! We will bring the class w/ the most items collected a treat on Valentine’s Day! Please START bringing items now and place in the boxes we have already provided for you for those that have signed up! Mrs. Romero will also have a box in room 426 for anyone that would like to participate! Our Veterans and LHS TAFE thank you!

     

    January 18, 2019

     

    Attention all students!!

    The area behind the Ag building is designated as staff, fire and law enforcement parking only.  Students are not allowed to park in this area anytime during school hours.  This includes the area directly in front of the soccer and softball complex.  Law enforcement will be patrolling and issuing citations to anyone who chooses to park in these areas. 

    Yesterday, the Lee Rebels did very well at the District 2-6A Swimming & Diving Championship. The Rebels brought home multiple individual medals on the boys side from Erik Eikenbary (Bronze), Collin Ruff (Bronze), and Aidan Navarrete (Silver) as well as the Boys 200 Medley Relay (E. Eikenbary, C. Ruff, A. Navarrete, J. Carranza) bringing home silver and the Boys 400 Free Relay (A. Navarrete, E. Eikenbary, J. Carranza, C. Ruff) bringing home the bronze. The Rebels qualified 5 relays and 4 individuals for the Region 1 Championship on February 1-2 at the Pete Ragus Aquatic Center in Lubbock.

     
     
     
     

    January 17, 2019

    Attention Seniors:

    If you want to receive the Legacy Scholarship for Midland College, the last mandatory Legacy 101 is February 15th @ 3 p.m.  If you do not attend or are late, you will not be able to receive the scholarship so mark your calendars NOW!!!

    January 16, 2019

    Chess Club meets today after school in room 416. It's a great game to learn. Beginners, novices, experts, spectators, all welcome

     

    January 15, 2019

    Seniors – Just another reminder.  If your photo appointment was cancelled on December the 8th, please come by Mrs. Rehn's room -- 408 -- to be rescheduled as soon as possible.  

    There will be a Spanish Honor Society meeting Thursday morning at 8:05 in room 421.  We will be discussing the Pulsera Project so all members please attend.

    January 14, 2019

    Seniors - If your photo appointment was cancelled on December the 8th, please come by Mrs. Rehn's room -- 408 -- to be rescheduled as soon as possible.