- Volleyball vs. Columbia & Randolph @ Lee: 4:30pm
- Swim Team Parent Meeting in the Cafeteria: 5:30pm
- Open House in the Theatre / Classrooms: 5:00pm-6:00pm
- PTSA Meeting in the Theatre: 6:00-6:30pm
- Junior & Senior College Fair Field Trip @ AAMU: 8:45am
- Varsity Football vs. Hazel Green @ Milton Frank: 7:00pm
- Vocal & Theatre Magnet students will be performing the National Anthem before the game
- Club Day During Zero Period
- Labor Day, No School
- Lee vs. Jemison Rival Week Theme - Guard the Yard: Dress Up As A Security Guard
- Volleyball vs. Jemison @ Lee: 4:30pm
- JV Football vs. Hazel Green @ Hazel Green: 6:00pm
- Lee vs. Jemison Rival Week Theme - Prey The Jags Away: Wear Your Sunday Best
- Lee vs. Jemison Rival Week Theme - Demolish The Jags: Show Us Your Best Construction Fit
- Volleyball vs. Oakwood Academy @ Lee: 4:30pm
- Girls Flag Football vs. Huntsville High @ Huntsville HS: 6:00pm
- Lee vs. Jemison Rival Week Theme - Lights Out Jemison: Blackout The Jags
- Club Day During Zero Period
- Varsity Football vs. Mae Jemison @ Milton Frank: 7:00pm
Happy Birthday to the following students who have birthdays this week!
- Monday 8/29 - MaKayla Hicks, Aerial Archibald, Arielle Fuller, and Kaleb Harris, Matthew Anthony, and Carlos Hawkins
- Tuesday 8/30 - Shalayah Pritchett, Wade Seay, and Augusta Davis
- Saturday, 9/2 - Jeremiah McCaulley, Paris Petty-Washington, and Maria-Christi George
- Sunday, 9/3 - Haley Mattox
Weekly Announcements & Updates
*Attention Parents and Guardians! Our 2022 Open House and 1st PTSA Meeting of the year will be THIS Tuesday, August 30th! Please meet at 5:00pm in theatre for a data presentation followed by time to visit your child's teachers in their classrooms. Please either bring your student or a copy of their schedule. At 6:00pm, we will have a PTSA meeting in the theatre.
*Wednesday morning all Juniors and Seniors will be going on field trip to AAMU for a College Fair. There are typically 40+ colleges represented along with several careers. Please make sure you are on time to school Wednesday morning and your first block teacher will dismiss you to load buses between 8:45-9:00am. Field trip permissions are in PowerSchool so if your parent/guardian hasn’t done your registration, you will not be eligible to go.
*The Lee High School PTA has “Betcha Can’t Do It Like Lee” t-shirts for sale. The cost is $10 and all sizes are available. See Mrs. Fields in the library to purchase!
*Anyone interested in starting a Mountain Biking Team for Lee High School should contact Mr. Willmarth at firstname.lastname@example.org or come by room 308. If we have enough interest we can compete in races against other high school teams. Coaching and skills will be taught, all levels of experience are welcome.
*The Lee High School Swim Parent meeting will be Monday, August 29th @5:30pm in the Lee High School Cafeteria. Paperwork for participation and fee information will be provided. Please see Coach B in the small gym with any questions.
*Flag Football Practice continues this week from 4:00- 6:00 on the soccer field. Anyone interested in playing please come out or see Coach Harris room 181!
*Any students interested in playing soccer should see Coach Matzkind in room 126 or go to the soccer field Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:15-5:15. You can also email him at email@example.com.
- Shout-out to our Freshmen Students of the Week from last week: Madyson Agun and Conner Orr!
- Shout-out to the Varsity Football Team for their 20-13 victory over Madison County High School last Friday!
- Lee High School has been chosen by Generation Esports as one of the winning schools of the 2022 Learn and Build STEAM (LABS) program! Only 15 high schools across the nation were selected as winners. With support from AMD, the LABS program supplies 25 esports labs to middle schools, high schools, and colleges across the continental United States to help integrate esports into their communities, providing amazing opportunities for their students and educators. As a result of winning, our E-Sports team will receive everything they needed to equip our very own scholastic esports club including thousands of dollars of new computer equipment. As a part of the LABS program, the students will also be taught how to build the very computers the E-Sports team will be using. In addition to equipment, Generation Esports, in conjunction with the High School E-Sports League (HSEL), will award Lee with a school-wide unlimited game pass for the Fall and Spring major, which opens doors for as many new students to explore E-Sports as possible. Lee HS E-Sports sponsor Mr. Rominske said “It is incredible that we have been given this opportunity to grow E-Sports here at Lee. I am so grateful they chose us and hope that we can continue to grow this new sport and community to lift, empower, and engage all who are involved. This new lab means the world to me and the kids on the team. I started E-Sports last fall with just a hope that it would be something. Now that we will have an E-Sports lab we are more than just a dream. We are an organization.”
- Shout-out to our students who finished independent reading books in their English classes last week! Pictured below are Lyra Farr, Rahkel Smith, Cameron Carter, Alex'Sean McKinney, Rhyanna Early, La'Nae Farrior, Aniyah Tolbert, Toby Hinckley-Bates, and Lauren Todd!
The Technical Theatre magnet worked on proper cable coiling for sound and lighting equipment. In order to motivate the students, there is a cable coiling competition every year. This year, Dylan McNish won the Freshman/Sophomore competition, and Jennae Leslie won in the Junior/Senior class. This is an industry standard technique and important in job training for future technicians.
Our Music department is working with Oakwood University to build partnerships between our vocal and instrumental programs and the Universities. We are so excited about the college expertise that our students will have access to now as a part of this partnership.
Shout-out to Dr. Carey from UAH and the Huntsville Youth Community Chorus for visiting the Vocal Magnet last week!
Last week the Theatre Production Magnet learned about how to take proper costume measurements. Thanks to Gillian Stocks for being a community helper and assisting with the lesson!
*The Lee High School Choir and Musical Theatre Students will be performing the National Anthem on August 31st at the Rocket City Trash Pandas game at 6:30pm! All faculty, staff, students, and families are invited. Tickets are $17. They will also be performing the National Anthem this Thursday, September 1st, at Milton Frank Stadium before the Lee vs. Hazel Green Football Game!
College Counselor Updates
- 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
- Please click here for the 2022-2023 college info chart!
Monday, September 5: Labor Day, No SchoolFriday, September 30: E-Learning Day for All Students
Monday, October 3 - Friday, October 7: Fall Break, No School
Tuesday, October 11: Senior FAFSA Spaghetti Dinner Night in the Cafeteria: 6:00pm
Wednesday, October 12: ACT WorkKeys Test For Seniors: 8:30am
Thursday, October 12: PreACT Test For Sophomores: 8:30am
Friday, November 11: Veterans Day, No School
Monday, November 21 - Friday, November 25: Thanksgiving Break, No School
Friday, December 16: Half Day for Students, End of the First Semester
Monday, December 19 - Tuesday, January 3: Winter Break, No School
Tuesday, April 11: ACT Plus Writing Test For Juniors: 8:30am
Resources For Families
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