The Lion's Roar
What Is Happening At Lee School? 2.9.22
Lee Spirit Thursdays
Join us on Thursdays to celebrate our Lee school spirit!
Thank you 6th Grade Leadership team for planning these great days!
February 10 - Neon Day
February 17 - Dress Like The Rainbow Day
Wear the color that matches your grade level!
- Kinder-1st Grade Wear Red
- 2nd Grade Wear Orange
- 3rd Grade Wear Yellow
- 4th Grade Wear Green
- 5th Grade Wear Blue
- 6th Grade Wear Purple
February 24 - Crazy Hair Day
New Learning Series: How Childhood Adversity and Trauma Affects Our Children's Development!
Part 5: Building Resiliency Can Help
The good news is that the negative effects of ACEs can be minimized as resiliency is increased. This is true across the age spectrum. Resiliency is what helps us to bounce back when bad things happen and overcome the negative effects that ACEs can have. By working on building safe, nurturing relationships and learning to regulate emotions we can help the brain to heal, opening the opportunity to live rich, successful and fulfilling lives while minimizing the long term negative effects of the adverse events in our lives.
Join The Book Battles At Lee!
Want to listen to the books? Click this link to hear Ryen Tucker read the books aloud!
Get ready, set, READ!
21/22 State Testing Information
It is that time again when we start preparing for our 3rd-6th grade students to be involved in Oregon State Assessments. For more information on testing, please click on this link which will take you to the CSD State Testing website..
More information on the school time changes for next school year.
Winter Weather Prep
As the temperatures continue getting colder, it’s time to start preparing for winter weather and the snow bus routes, school delays, or closures that can come along with it.
When inclement weather strikes, the district will make decisions about school as early as possible -- sometimes even the night before, but our goal is by no later than about 5:30 a.m. on the day of the weather event. The message will go out via FlashAlert and will then be reported on most news websites and TV stations.
To make sure you’re set to receive the information, again, please subscribe to Canby School District on FlashAlert. Now is also a good time to update your text preferences online by listing your phone number. For more information, please see our inclement weather page.
Canby School District is now offering the community a simple way to report student safety threats. SafeOregon is a 24-hour anonymous tip-line individuals can use if they see or hear about instances of bullying, violence, threats, drug use, suicidal thoughts and more. The goal is to keep students safe by preventing threats from coming to fruition.
There are a number of ways to report, including:
Texting or calling 844-4-SAFE-OR (844-472-3367)
Online at safeoregon.com
Via the SafeOregon app
Please help us keep Canby’s kids safe by utilizing this program.