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Lee Students Inspired to Help Furry Friends

Inspired by texts from a pilot program called "Reading Street," Lee Elementary students in Nathan Fischer's class felt the need to help out their community in some way. They decided to focus on their furry friends in the community, so they contacted the Barry County Animal Shelter to see how they could help.
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Jump Rope for Heart is Another Success

With a heart shaved into the hair on the back of her neck and hearts decorating her shoes, JoAnne Desy led her last Lee Elementary Jump rope for Heart event and the school raised a record $30,634 for the American Heart Association.
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It Draws, It Spells, It Colors, at Touch of a Tablet

Moving at lightning speed, second-grader Logan Shank beat his teammates Exley Roon and Emma Bowman to the Sphero, a miniature robotic orb, effectively becoming the leader of the assigned group of three. Tapping twice, Logan woke the sleeping Sphero, which dramatically snapped to life flashing strobe-like until it connected with his iPad via Bluetooth.
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Lee Student Council Celebrates “Socktober”

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.
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Students Create Glowing Projects Using Circuits

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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