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TK Elementary principals dress up as Disney characters during the Walk-A-Thon and pose with the TK Trojan mascot.
Students line up to climb into a John Deere tractor during Ag Awareness Day.
Lee students enjoyed the PTO ice cream sundaes.
Lee librarian shares a book with students at the open house.
Students enjoy a morning with
A student watches a 3D printer in the MakerSpace classroom.
Lee students enjoy library time.
Lee students plan their own communities.
Elementary students learn to swim as part of their regular physical education classes.
Lee students learn about rhythm using plastic buckets as drums.
Students enjoy the homecoming activities.
Lee student council students participate in the Homecoming Parade.
Doughnuts with Dads is a great way to start the day.


Holiday Music Concert
Date: 12/13/2017, 5:30 PM 7 PM
Location: TKHS Performing Arts Center
Half Day Dismiss at 12:10
Date: 12/22/2017
No School Winter Break
Date: 12/25/2017
No School Winter Break
Date: 12/26/2017
No School Winter Break
Date: 12/27/2017

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Food Drive

The Lee Student Council is sponsoring a nonperishable food drive November 27 - December 8. All donations will go to the Middleville Methodist Church Food Bank which serves our local families. Donations can be dropped off in the Lee Lobby. Thank you for your generosity and support!

Lee Student Council Celebrates “Socktober”

Lee Student Council members show a few of the socks collected during

Lee Elementary student council conducted a sock drive throughout the school collecting 568 pairs of socks to donate to homeless shelters in Barry County. Students learned one of the most requested items at homeless shelters are socks and decided to create their “Socktober” schoolwide event. Thanks to the donations, many people in need will have warm feet this winter.

Students Create Glowing Projects Using Circuits

Two Lee students show their completed closed circuit Halloween projects.

Lee third graders Noah Green and Logan Curtiss rushed back to Lee Elementary’s librarian Cindy Brooks excitedly showing her their completed closed circuit projects. Eyes on their Halloween papers glowed eerily when they completed the circuit built on the back of the paper.

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