GeneraLEE Speaking

December 12, 2021

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Happy Birthday FamiLEE!!!

  • Monday is Erika Huerta-Mora and Aliyah Kyser
  • Tuesday is Jeremiah Birt, Anijah Moore, Andrea Marcos, and Bishop Taylor
  • Wednesday is Latroy Fletcher
  • Thursday is Kaseef Drummond, Joseph Hanrion, Paris Johnson and Robert Young
  • Friday is Natalie Hughes, Lily Fox, Sarah Watts, Dimend Strong and Mason Boltz
  • Saturday is Dakota Walker-Kelley and Jasmine Rich
  • Sunday is Marielle Woods, Rhaja Lavender, Roderick Lavender and James Phillips

Next Week's Events

Monday, December 13th
  • Vocal Magnet Winter Recital @ 6pm

Tuesday, December 14th

  • Bowling vs. Lindsay Lane @ Madison Bowling Center
  • Basketball @ Bob Jones

Wednesday, December 15th

  • Bowling vs. Jemison @ Pin Palace
  • Basketball @ Tarkanian Classic in Las Vegas, NV

Thursday, December 16th

  • Basketball @ Tarkanian Classic in Las Vegas, NV
  • Freshman and JV Boys Basketball @ Huntsville High
  • Magnet Tour (In Person) at 5:30pm
  • 1st and 2nd block exams

Friday, December 17th

  • End of Grading Period
  • 3rd and 4th block exams

Announcements, Shout-Outs and More...

  • Shoutout to Varsity Girls and Varsity Boys on their wins against Oakwood Academy!

  • Shout out to my Seniors as they prepare for our Final exams. Looking forward to my students passing it and getting their credit for my class. Keep your expectations high for your Senior year.- Ms. Murillo

  • Please sign and return your School-Parent Compact as soon as possible. Each student received one during Advisory. You can also download an English and Spanish version on our website. (

  • 12-13 Vocal Magnet Winter Recital @6:00

  • The inaugural Esports team finished their first season with 4 wins!

  • Attention Seniors and Senior Families:

    Tentatively, Lee High School's Graduation will be May 27, 2022, at 3:00 PM with rehearsal being from 9:00 AM- 9:50 AM. If there will be any changes, we will alert you.

  • Shout out to the Orchestra Magnet and the Lee High Band for an excellent Winter Concert!

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Planning for 2022 ACCESS for ELLS Test Administration

-Every school will need to identify 1-6 certified educators on their campus to serve as a test administrator (TA). This is in addition to your ESOL teacher. You will want to train enough teachers to support your testing schedule to complete testing within two weeks of your start date. Remember there are multiple test sessions and groups for every domain – listening, reading, writing, and speaking.

- ACCESS for ELLs is a state mandated assessment and is part of School and District Accountability results. The test includes four test sessions: Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking.

- Training for ACCESS for ELLs is required by ALSDE. It is a self-paced training that may take up to two hours.

- Once you have completed the survey link below with names of your TAs, then Ann Marie Batista will email your TAs and provide training information. Please contact if you need an EL count for your school.

- Principal or BTC should complete the form by Wednesday, December 15, 2021.



The North Alabama Center for Educational Excellence (NACEE) has once again been awarded a Talent Search grant. We are excited to continue offering free support services to the students of Lee High School.

The Talent Search Program identifies and assists individuals from underrepresented populations who have the potential to succeed in higher education.

I would like to meet with you to discuss the free services (virtual and in-person) we will be able to give to your students, including:

  • Tutorial services
  • Academic, financial, career counseling
  • Post-secondary school information
  • Exposure to college campuses
  • Career exploration
  • Mentoring/job shadowing
  • ACT Prep
  • Assistance in completing college admissions and financial aid applications
  • STEM and STEAM activities
  • Summer component
  • Workshops for families of participants
  • And more!
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Freshman Students of the Week

Shout-out to our Freshmen Students of the Week! Ma'Yah Fleming comes to us from Chapman Middle School. She is interested in participating in dance or debate next year. In her free time, she enjoys listening to music and sleeping. She is from New Orleans and enjoys cooking. After graduating from Lee, she wants to go to college and is currently undecided on what career she wants to pursue. Koriah Davis comes to us from Challenger Middle School. She participates in SGA where she is the Freshmen class president, cheerleading, the National Thespian Honor Society, and the Visual Arts Magnet. In her free time, she enjoys art, coloring, and drawing. She enjoys Hamilton the musical and spaghetti as well. After graduating from Lee, she wants to go to Lee University in Tennessee and pursue a career in graphic design. Way to go!

Magnet Corner

Upcoming Events

We invite everyone to join us this Sunday December 12th at 7pm for our Winter Choral Concert! We also invite everyone to join us for our Vocal Magnet Winter Recital on Monday December 13th at 6pm.


Shout out to the Dance Magnet Major Company and Aaliyah Caston and Paris Battle for their performances at the Magnet Fair on Saturday! Thank you to the tech Magnet students for helping with the presentations! A huge shout out all the students who came out to help or just to meet families and talk about their experiences in Magnet!

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Updates from the College Counselor:

College Counselor Weekly Email – The College Counselors send an email once per week with updates for all grade levels. If you are not receiving this email and would like to be added to the list, please send an email to Include your child’s name, grade level, and school.

Connect with the District College Counselors online! We’re sharing information about college, scholarships, FAFSA, and more!

Facebook: HCS District College Counselors


9th- 12th Grade – Join your grade level Schoology group! The College Counselors post relevant information in the grade level Schoology groups including scholarships, college info, financial aid, upcoming events and more as appropriate for each grade level. Make sure students are checking the “Updates” for these groups regularly.

11th & 12th Grade – Local Scholarship ListCheck out the attached list of local scholarships! We update this list as we receive opportunities from local organizations throughout the year.

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2022 Weekend Scholar (WES) Program

The Greater Huntsville (AL) Chapter of the Links Incorporated is pleased to announce the 2022 Weekend Scholar (WES) Program, which is a signature youth enrichment program designed to motivate, stimulate and engage the curiosity of students in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Health, International Issues, Math, and Life Skills training, through real-world experiences. The program is geared toward students in high school but we are focused on recruiting students in grades 9 and 10 as noted in the attached WES cover letter.

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Click the button below to apply for Cap and Gown 2021-2022!

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Notes from the Nurse on Medication and COVID protocols

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