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May 2021 Newsletter

Dear Families,

Thank you for a wonderful and productive school year. We can’t thank everyone enough for your endless hours of reading, learning, donating and doing whatever was necessary to support students—both at home and at school. We want to thank our PTO who, as usual, went above and beyond the call of duty to provide whatever was necessary to add to our students’ already rich school experience. That experience could not occur without the endless energy, skills and devotion of the Lee Elementary staff. Thanks and well done to an incredible group of professionals.


A final word to our students: Thank you for all your hard work throughout the school year. We are honored to be your principals; you make us proud. We are grateful for your joy, creativeness and amazing talents. Best wishes to our graduating fifth graders, whom we will miss greatly—please come back and visit. Everyone have a safe and happy summer break.

Until next school year, here’s wishing you love, laughter and learning.


Sincerely,

Mrs. Poteet & Mrs. Anderton

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2020-2021 Lee's Teacher of the Year: Karen Roberts

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2020-2021 Lee's Employee of the Year: Nurse Shannon Smith

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End of the Year Celebrations and Award Ceremonies

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Counselor's Corner

Each month, we will focus on a specific character trait. Mrs. Hogan provides daily announcements regarding that trait to help the students put it in action. The trait for the month of May is Commitment. The parent newsletter is also attached.
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2021 Lee Track & Field Day

Save the date: Wednesday, May 26. Parents will be able to attend!
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Get a JUMP on Summer Reading

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News from Nurse Shannon

  • If you would like your child tested for COVID, please call to make an appointment. Times to test are limited. A form must be filled out before a child can be tested.
  • Be checking your children for head lice. If you have any concerns call or email the nurse.
  • Contact the nurse if your child is absent for any reason.
  • See the code below if you would like to receive Remind messages from Nurse Shannon.


Shannon Smith

sksmith@caddomillsisd.org

2021-2022 District Calendar

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We Are Hiring

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Click here for information on becoming a substitute

CMISD is providing virtual training for anyone interested in becoming a substitute. Click the link above for more information.

May Lunch & Breakfast Menus

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Reminders

  • School starts at 8:00 A.M. and ends at 3:30 P.M.
  • Tardy bell rings @ 8:00 A.M.


Children not in the building by the 8:00 A.M. bell are considered tardy. Please refer to our campus handbook regarding our tardy policy. If your child is tardy, please do not drop your child off. For their safety, your child should be signed in. Please call the office and someone will meet you at the door.


  • If your child is absent, please send a note to the office by 3:30 P.M. on the day that they return.
  • Please bring tennis shoes everyday for P.E.

Save The Date

May 3-7: Teacher Appreciation Week

May 5: PreK, K, 2nd & 3rd FamiLEE Picnic

May 7: 1st, 4th & 5th FamiLEE Picnic

May 7: School Lunch Hero Day

May 11: 3rd, 4th and 5th Grade STAAR Math Test

May 12: 3rd, 4th, and 5th Grade STAAR Reading Test

May 12: School Nurse Appreciation Day

May 13: 5th Grade STAAR Science Test

May 18: Frosty Hut

May 24: 1st Grade Awards 12:45

May 24: 2nd Grade Awards 2:00

May 24: 5th Grade Celebration Parade 6pm

May 25: 3rd Grade Awards 10:00

May 25: 4th Grade Awards 12:45

May 25: 5th Grade Awards 2:15

May 26: Track & Field Day

May 27: Kindergarten Graduation 9:30am

Last Day of School & Early Release @1:00pm

May 27: High School Graduation @7:00pm

May 31: Holiday


August 19: First Day of School for 2021-2022 School Year

Frances & Jeannette Lee Elementary

In partnership with families and the community, Frances and Jeannette Lee Elementary provides a challenging curriculum that connects students’ lives and their future in a safe, supportive, and nurturing environment. We teach students to problem solve independently, while learning to collaborate as a team to become effective communicators. We impress on our students the importance of integrity, grit, leadership, compassion, kindness and being responsible citizens.