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Lee students cheer on their teachers at the Battle of the Buildings.
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Lee Elementary's Doughnuts with Dads is a great way to start the morning.
Fall colors come are bright and beautiful on Lee art projects.
Lee students sing a patriotic song during their concert.
Mornings with Mom is a great way to start the day.
It was a throwback to the 70s and a groovy time at the walk-a-thon!
Dads enjoyed a morning with their children at Lee Elementary's Doughnuts with Dads.
Students concentrate as they perform in a concert.
Mornings with Mom is a great way to start the day.
Lee students play the xylophones during a concert.
Dads enjoy the morning with their students at Doughnuts with Dads.
Lee students make a Thanksgiving video.
The TK Trojan mascot rode in the homecoming parade.
Lee students listen to a story read by the Lee Elementary librarian.

TK News

Students Love Playground Donations

Lee students love their new four-square courts.

Lee Elementary students love their new four-square courts and an additional basketball hoop thanks to generous donations by NTA Property Management, the Middleville Lions Club, Lee PTO and a TAEF grant. Students have two new four-square courts and are learning to play the game at recess. They also now have an additional basketball hoop with new cement court to go with the hoop that was relocated making room for the four-square court. Pictured are several students playing the game while Lee Principal Angie Jefferson watches with Lions Club members Jason Bushman (left) and Andrew Beck.

TK PTO "Groovy" Walk-A-Thon 2018

The TK PTO Walk-A-Thon will be held on Friday, September 21, 2018 at the TKHS Track/Stadium. This year's theme is "Groovy". Lee Elementary will be walking from 1:10-1:50 PM.

TKHS Football Players Gear Up as Playground Buddies

A TKHS varsity football player makes a new friend at Lee Elementary.

Colson Brummel didn't remember Lee Elementary School being so small. "I kind of feel like a giant," said the TKHS junior as he walked down the hall where he once attended second and third grades. But that was a few years ago and now Brummel and his friends are coming back to their elementary school as role models for younger students. Members of the TKHS football team are volunteering time to be with Lee students on the playground, interact with them, and just show them good sportsmanship and good leadership.

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