GeneraLEE Speaking

September 26, 2021

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Happy Birthday FamiLEE!!!

  • Monday is Shyterrica Boykin and Tyler Gale
  • Tuesday is Gregory King and Aiyana Edwards
  • Wednesday is Sincere Ellison, Armaya Fletcher, Adonis Bowman, Robert Smith IV, and Kesner Valentin
  • Thursday is Johat Pomales, Dexter Smith, and Lewis Spivey
  • Friday is Morgan Farier and Emilio-Jhon Kaupu
  • Saturday is Allison Chudy and Jackson Harer
  • Sunday is Robert Wright, Autumn Gunn and George Dill

Next Week's Events

FUNDRAISER:

Auxiliary Team has a Nothing Bundt Cake Fundraiser. Please see Ms. Trayvick for details.

Monday, September 27th

Homecoming Theme Day: Switch Day – Teachers dress as students, and students dress like teachers.

4:00 Homecoming Activity: Movie Night/LHS Theatre

4:30 Volleyball VS. East Limestone/Lauderdale County @ East Limestone

Tuesday, September 28th

PLC Meetings/Room 219

Homecoming Theme Day: Generation Day.

9th Grade – Babies

10th Grade – College Students

11th Grade – Parents

12th Grade – Senior Citizens

Homecoming Activity: Turn up Tuesday (Music throughout the day.)

Wednesday, September 29th

Homecoming Theme Day: Country vs. Hip Hop – Dress up as a cowboy/cowgirl OR your favorite hip-hop star.

3:50 11th & 12th Grade PST Meeting/Room 219

4:00 Homecoming Activity: Wild N’ Out Comedy Show/Theatre

Thursday, September 30th

Homecoming Theme Day: Mathlete vs. Athlete – Brains vs. Brawn

4:00 Homecoming Activity: Field Day & Cookout/Football Field

Friday, October 1st

End of Grading Period

Homecoming Theme Day: Color Wars

9th Grade – White

10th Grade – Gray

11th Grade – Navy Blue

12th Grade - Black

4th Block Homecoming Activity: Parade to the Pep Rally on the Football Field.

7:00 Homecoming Football Game VS. Brewer/@ Milton Frank

Saturday, October 2nd

V. Volleyball Vs. Falkville/@ Falkville

7:00 Sneaker Ball Homecoming Dance/ Lee High School Courtyard

Purchase Homecoming Dance Tickets

You must show proof on online purchase. Pick up will take place in the cafeteria this week.

Announcements, Shout-Outs and More...

  • Sign up for Wild Out Wednesday Comedy Show and the Powder Puff flag football game in the Cafeteria on Monday and Tuesday this week!!
  • Get your tickets in advance for the "Sneaker Ball" Homecoming Dance! Tickets can be purchased online.
  • Shout out Cameron Lacy, Trishelle Childress, and Shalance Watkins for becoming AHSAA Certified Volleyball Officials.

  • My Seniors rocked it out on their Civics Test. Great job!!! This week is our Government Final Exam. My Seniors, I know you can ace this. Love my Seniors. Ms. Murillo

  • Seniors and Juniors can pickup/buy t-shirts on Monday in the library. Freshmen and Sophomores who ordered shirts can pick them up on Tuesday in the library.

  • LHS sweatshirts are coming. If you would like to preorder a sweatshirt, see Mrs. Fields in the library. Sizes S-XL are $20. 2X-4X are $25.

  • Current juniors who ended the school year last year with an overall 3.5 GPA, please see Mrs. Fields in the library if you are interested in the National Honor Society. Current National Honor Society members should be in the NHS Schoology Group. We will have officer elections after Fall Break.

  • Look for information in your class Schoology group about the upcoming PTA Reflections Competition. Students who have talent in dance, film production, literature, music composition, photography and visual arts are encouraged to participate. The 2021-2022 theme is “I will change the world by…”

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Shoutout Freshmen Student of the Week

  • LaDarren McClendon comes to us from Chapman Middle School. He is an Offensive Tackle on the Lee High School Football Team. In his free time, he enjoys resting, listening to music, chilling with friends and family, and cooking. After graduation, he wants to go to college and then play in the NFL. After retiring from the NFL, he wants to open a restaurant.

  • Callie Pitsinos comes to us from Morris Middle School. She is a member of the Creative Writing Magnet program. In her free time, she enjoys drawing and playing phone games. After graduation, she wants to pursue an arts career.


Way to go LaDarren and Callie! Thanks for being awesome #FamiLEE members!

PLEASE VIEW INFORMATION REGARDING DRESS CODE!!!

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 sheri.crigger@hsv-k12.org. 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

Website: https://sites.google.com/hsv-k12.org/hcscollegecounselors

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.

September Parent Outreach Meetings are next week!

  • “Understanding FAFSA and Financial Aid” Our monthly Parent Outreach meeting for September is “Understanding the FAFSA and Financial Aid”. Meetings will be VIRTUAL on Tuesday, September 21, at 12 noon and 6 pm – Zoom login details will be sent via email on Monday. Flyer attached with additional details.
  • College Q&AVIRTUAL Q&A meeting will be Friday, Sept 24 @ 12 noon. Zoom login details will be sent via email on Thursday. This is a chance to ask us anything college related!

12th Grade – Alabama College Application Campaign Week – October 18-22 – Mark your calendars! The state of Alabama will host College Application Campaign Week October 18-22. During this week many colleges will offer free applications. We will receive a list of participating colleges in mid-October.

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#WhyApply

Why Apply Day is intended to help build a college-going culture within our schools! #WhyApply is an opportunity for educators to encourage students to apply to college.

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

Notes from the Nurse on Medication and COVID protocols

Come "KICK IT" with the FamiLEE at this exclusive red carpet affair!!! Save the Date

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2021 Football Schedule

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Lady Generals Volleyball Home Schedule

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Resources

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