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Lee students pack items for Kids Food Basket
Lee students take swim lessons as part of their PE curriculum.
Students explore simple circuits.
Students learn to follow instructions by building with LEGOS.
PE teacher JoAnne Desy and Lee Principal Angie Jefferson lead students in the
Lee students watch coins spiral around a wishing well that collects funds for a Makerspace room.
A student watches a 3D printer in the MakerSpace classroom.
A Lee teacher shows some students how to use a program on the computer.
A grant helped Lee School purchase new books for the school library.
Reading in a tent is fun at Camp Read-A-Lot.
Lee students enjoyed pajama day with their stuffed animals.
Lee students met a children's author during the Camp Read-A-Lot event.
Lee students decorate lunch bags for Kids Food Basket as a service project in honor of Martin Luther King Day.
Students compete in the TK Chess Tournament.
Three friends share smiles during lunch.


Open Enrollment
Date: 7/10/2017, 2 PM 6 PM
Location: Middle School
Open Enrollment
Date: 7/17/2017, 2 PM 6 PM
Location: Middle School
Open House
Date: 8/21/2017, 3 PM 5 PM
First Day of School
Date: 8/22/2017
Half Day of school Dismiss 12:15
Date: 8/25/2017

TK News

Summer Office Hours

The Lee Office will be open Monday-Thursday from 8:00-4:00 June 12-22. The office will re-open with the same hours on August 7th.

Summer New Student Enrollment Dates

There will be two summer enrollment dates, from 2 to 6 p.m. July 10 and July 17. This will be for grades K - 12 and take place in the Middle School lobby. Please call our administration office, 269-795-5522, with any questions about what you will need to bring when enrolling. The first day of school is August 22.

Back to school supply lists

Attached is a generic list of suggested items for each grade. Your child's teacher will provide specific needs for their classroom.

Lee Students Embody Character Trait of Compassion

Lee third grade students donate to Barry County Cares.

Jordan Pranger had an idea one day that she wanted to do something to help others. She wrote a short note about her idea to her third-grade classmates in Krissta Hannapel's class, and it turned into something much bigger than even she expected.

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