LMHS Daily Announcements
The mission of Lee Middle and High School is to provide a safe and respectful environment that supports academic success, personal growth and social responsibility for all learners.

September 16, 2014


The Lee Youth Commission is sponsoring a teen dance this Friday night from 7 to 9:30 at the Gazebo between the Lee Post Office and the Department of Public Works on Railroad Street.

The Lee Youth Commission needs students to help with children’s games this Saturday from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Lee Library. Please sign up in the main office if you are available.

Attention Middle School Students! If you are interested in joining the Middle School Student Council, submit your paragraphs of intent to either Mrs. Hall or Mrs. Roosa no later than 9/19.

Any 9th grader who would like to be a class officer should sign up with Mrs. Mary Verdi and prepare a speech explaining your qualifications, hopes, and plans for the Class of 2017. Speeches are due tomorrow (9/17) afternoon; voting will be in English classes on Thursday (9/18).

All user fees must be paid by this Friday, September 19th. If you have any questions please see Mr. Reilly.

Student planners are now available free on a first come, first serve basis for high school students. Please stop by Mr. Brighenti's office if you are interested getting one.

Grades 10-12 students who are interested in helping with Community Suppers please see Mrs. Carroll.

There will be a mandatory GSA meeting today (9/16) after school in Mrs. Verdi's science room. Anyone interested in participating in GSA should attend.

The directors from Shakespeare and Company will be here on Friday, Sept. 19 during both lunches to meet with any students interested in joining the drama program.

Got what it takes to be the next Lee Idol? The 2014 Lee Idol Talent Competition will be held on September 19 & 20 at 7 p.m. To register to compete call 413-394-5023.

Anyone who purchased a yearbook last year and has not received a copy of the spring insert can stop by Mrs. Armstrong Room to pick up a copy.

Sign-ups for Quiz Team, Mock Trial, and Decathlon are in the main office.

Seniors who want to attend the BCC College Fair on Thursday, October 2nd can sign up in the guidance office. There will be a $3 bus fee.

The LYA Homework Help program will be in room A109 (Ms. North’s room) Mon.-Thurs. at 2:30 p.m.

Attention all 18 year olds: Voter registration cards will no longer be available in the guidance office. You must register in person at your town clerk's office.

Any male student who is 18 is required by law to register for selective service within 30 days of turning 18 and you must register to be eligible for financial aid.

TODAY'S LUNCH IS: Cheeseburgers or meatball grinders or deli and salad bar

Lunch/breakfast pricesfor 2014-15: Breakfast $1.10  Lunch $2.55