Join the the Summer Bridge Program at Lee High School! Incoming freshmen can become familiar with the campus, meet some of their teachers, learn about extra-curricular activities available to them, explore career pathways, and begin to create new friendships. You will also learn essential skills needed to succeed in high school and career exploration. The Linked Learning Summer Bridge Program will run from 8 am to 3 pm Monday-Thursday, June 3rd to 25th .
Lee High School Artwork appears on local news for Empty Bowls Houston 2015! Thanks to all of our Generals who participated in making and donating bowls for this event! We made over 100 bowls and raised several hundreds of dollars for the Houston Food Bank! Also, thank you KHOU for showcasing our student work and advertising the event! Click headline to view news clip..
Faculty and staff are welcome. WHEN/WHERE: Thursday A Lunch-Room 314:,Thursday B Lunch-Room 222 ; Thursday After-School: Room 314. AGENDA We will discuss fundraising efforts, dates, times, etc. BENEFITING Survivors of the Nepal earthquake.
Two-hundred eighty-two students are now using Elevate every day at Lee. Students use PowerUp technology plus headsets and writing slates to communicate live with online tutors during STAAR Review courses in English, Algebra I, and Biology.
To minimize distractions and make our school safe, our school policy does NOT allow students to use portable communication devices. This includes cellular phones, smartphones, pagers, beepers, ipads, ipods, tablets, earbuds, and earphones. STUDENTS: if you are bringing a device on campus, please remember to turn it off and put it away. We do not want to see any phones anywhere on campus, including classrooms, hallways, restrooms, or the cafeteria. You may turn your device back on after dismissal when you leave campus. Visible cell phones will be confiscated by teachers and staff and will be charged a 15 dollar storage and return fee; Earbuds will require a 5 dollar fee; these devices must be picked-up by a parent. Tahnk you for your support to minimize distractions and make our school safe.
Dear Parents: More than 80% of our students now have laptops and teachers are preparing lessons to take advantage of this technology. If your child does not have a laptop, he or she will fall behind. The security deposit to get a laptop is $25 and it may be paid in installments of $5 or $10. Please send the money with your student as soon as possible so he or she may receive a laptop.
There will be free food, colleges and universities, STAAR testing information. Over 20 community resources will be on site, as well FREE daycare during the workshop for children 3 to 8 years old. We will also raffle 2 IPODS and a radio sound system. Student who attend will earn a free dress pass. Please remember to attend this important Workshop for parents!
The PSAT test for all 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students will take place Wednesday, October 15th. Invitations will go out Friday October 10. It is important students arrive on time because once testing begins they will NOT be allowed to test. Be in school no later than 7:45 AM.
Will take place on Wednesday September 10 from 6 to 8 PM.You will get to know the teachers and staff at Lee, members of our community, and the exciting things happening at Lee this school year. Also during Open House, parents will learn more about the student PowerUp laptop program. You will have a chance to pay the handling fee and turn-in the signed Laptop Loan Agreement.
Will take place on Tuesday September 9 from 6 to 8 PM.You will get to know the teachers and staff at Lee, members of our community, and the exciting things happening at Lee this school year. Also during Open House, parents will learn more about the student PowerUp laptop program. You will have a chance to pay the handling fee and turn-in the signed Laptop Loan Agreement.
Lee High School's boys' soccer team has advanced to the 4A UIL state soccer tournament for its first time.
Juniors Ixchel Perez and Cindy Pena qualify for the UIL State Championships taking place in Garland, TX on February 14th & 15th.
For the first time in more than a decade, the band at Lee High School is putting on a show on the field for football games.