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Students build towers in the Lee MakerSpace room.
Lee Elementary students took part in the Healthy Heart Challenge.
The TK Trojan mascot rode in the homecoming parade.
Lee Camp Read-A-Lot was a great night of fun for farmilies.
Students make fun thumb print pictures at Camp Read-A-Lot.
Lee students make a Thanksgiving video.
Lee Principal Angie Jefferson reads to  students.
Reading with a stuffed animal friend was a special treat during reading month.
Lee art students work on drawing skills.
Students enjoyed hallway reading time during March.
Lee students sing a patriotic song during their concert.
It was a throwback to the 70s and a groovy time at the walk-a-thon!
It was a great day to read with stuffed animals!
Camp Read-A-Lot offered lots of family reading and crafting fun.
Reading month  allowed students to readin pajamas and with their stuffed animals.
Lee students enjoy reading time in their pajamas!
Lee students dive into their Reading Street series.
A children's author talks with Lee students about writing.
Lee students cheer on their teachers at the Battle of the Buildings.
Students enjoy skyping with an educational specialist at the South Carolina aquarium and learning more about river otters.
A guest author visits at Lee and signs books for students.


No School-Memorial Day
Date: 5/27/2019
2nd Grade Field Trip - Tunnel Park
Date: 5/28/2019, 9:15 AM 3 PM
Lee Field Day
Date: 5/29/2019
Last Day of School
Date: 5/31/2019
First Day of 2019-2020 School Year
Date: 8/20/2019

TK News

Students Get Up Close to Sea Turtles

Lee Elementary second-graders enjoy learning more about sea turltes via Skype with the South Carolina Aquarium Sea Turtle Hospital.

Fawkes suffered a devastating injury leading to a debilitating condition called "Bubble Butt Syndrome." It might sound funny, but it can be deadly for a young sea turtle like Fawkes - named by the South Caroline Aquarium Sea Turtle Hospital employees after a character in the Harry Potter series. Lee Elementary second-graders could see the weights placed on the back end of Fawkes' shell during a Skype session with the aquarium. The weights, they learned, help the turtle dive to get the food he needs.

Second Graders Become Rubik's Cube Masters

Mr. Barnes' second-grade students work on their Rubik's Cube puzzles.

When Mr. Barnes' students finish an assignment early or are waiting for class to resume after a break, they often reach for their multi-colored Rubik's Cubes. "It's a way to keep their minds engaged during those short breaks they have throughout the day," said Ethan Barnes. "As a class, we researched the benefits of the Rubik's Cube puzzle and wrote a grant together ."

Skyping Puts Students at South Carolina Aquarium

Mr. Fischer's class skypes with an expert at the South Carolina Aquarium.

River otters swam around and around, gracefully gliding through the water and bobbing their heads up every few minutes to see what was going on. It was a one-of-a-kind view for Lee Elementary students as they watched the otters from the rocks high above the water enclosure at the South Carolina Aquarium. No - it wasn't a lavish field trip. Using Skype technology in Lee Elementary's Makerspace room, Mr. Fischer's second-grade class interacted with Susan Snide, a distance learning interpreter for the aquarium.

Lee Elementary Makerspace Inspires Visitors

East Grand Rapids administrators watch a demonstration of how Lee Elementary teachers use Legos in the Makerspace room to teach math lessons

Blue, green, yellow, orange and white Lego pieces were stacked in varying heights representing different fractions. At a nearby table, Little Bits were used to turn wheels and make lights go on and off demonstrating simple circuits. And later, students used their ingenuity and creativity as they tried to build the tallest tower possible using 100 Keva Planks.
Lee Elementary School's Makerspace room was in the spotlight and guests from East Grand Rapids Schools were impressed.

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