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.

April 11, 2014


Vote for our four seniors who have applied for the Hood Sportsmanship Scholarship Emma Forget, Matty Kelley,  Katie Morin, and Katrina Snow go to www.hood.com and click on the second item down on the right "Vote now Scholarship", on the next screen enter the state and our high school name and four of our seniors' names will appear.  You can vote each day for one or all of our 4 students. The 10 students who receive the most votes (nationwide) will be selected as finalists, so please take a moment each day from now until April 18 to vote for one or all of our students.


There will be a blood drive on Monday (4/14). Sign up during lunches. Make sure you remember a picture ID on Monday!

On Tuesday, April 15th, the Life Skills program and Helping Hands will be asking students and staff from LMHS to, once again, sign the pledge to "Spread the Word to End the Word." All pledges will be added to the national "End the R Word" site. We're hoping to beat our current record of 287 pledges. Bracelets will be given to the first 75 people who sign the pledge, and a limited number of T Shirts will be on sale for $5.00 each (first come first serve)

A Samsung cell phone was found on the grounds of the elementary school. It is in the office if you believe it belongs to you.

Volleyball forms for summer opportunities are available in the main office.

The Senior class will be raffling off an IPAD mini together with Vera Bradley Backpack. One raffle, one winner. Tickets are now on sale during all three lunches. Raffle date to be determined. Tickets will cost $5.00 each.

The Vermont-based documentary “Hungry Hearts”, which is focused on opiate addiction, will play at Railroad Street Youth Project starting at 5 p.m. tonight (4/11). There will be free pizza and soda!

The United States Congressional Art Competition deadline is Monday April 14th. Please submit all art work, any subject, any medium, to Mrs. Clark in the Art Room by these dates.

There will be a Driver's Ed class beginning on Monday, April 28 through Tuesday, May 13th from 3:00-5:30 p.m. Any student who will be 15 years and 9 months old on April 28th can sign up for the class in the office.

Applications for the 2014 American Legion Student Trooper Program are available in the office. This program is an intensive, one week, residential learning experience for young adults ages 15 thru 17 and is designed to expose young adults to the demands of police training and to develop better relationships between the youth of our communities and the police that serve them. The application deadline is April 30, 2014.

Berkshire Theatre Group 2014 vacation class applications are available in the office. April vacation theatre classes are open to students ages 8-12 and the July sessions are open to students ages 9-14.

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: Pizza or deli and salad bar

Breakfast $1.00  Lunch $2.50