On March 16th, students at Lee Avenue celebrated Pi Day (3.14). Our Student Council sold slices of pie to students for a dollar. The money raised was donated to Saint Jude Children's Research Hospital. Also, Lee Avenue hosted its first ever pie eating contest. Congratulations to Christopher S. and Julia D. for winning.
Lee Avenue celebrated its 100th Day of School on Thursday, February 26th. Students were engaged in different mathematical activities throughout the day. Additionally, Mr. Barbera wrote a special song to celebrate the 100th Day of School which was song by students in our District Chorus.
On February 6th, students at Lee Avenue celebrated Bubble Gum Day. On Bubble Gum Day, everyone who donated .50 cents or more was able to chew gum in school. Proceeds went to St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital. Kids had fun while raising money for a good cause. Some creative teachers even incorporate bubble gum into their lessons for the day!
Students in grade 3 - 5 wrote an original essay on their favorite U.S. President. Many of our students made the "final cut." Jude B. took 1st place in the 3rd grade contest, Juletsy C. took 1st place in the 5th grade contest and Mia V. took 2nd place in the 5th grade contest. Congratulations!
The Lee Avenues Book Club is off to a great start! We are reading How to Eat Fried Worms by Thomas Rockwell. Students in grades 3-5 meet in Mrs. McGahan’s room every other Wednesday at 8:35 am. During our book club we foster an appreciation for reading by engaging in meaningful dialogue and creating fun projects. Click on the link to read more about the story....
Our mission at Lee Avenue Elementary School is to impart values and morals that promote goodness, compassion, and charity to all. We are grateful to the men and women who serve in the military to protect our freedom. Our goal is to pay it forward with a visible thank you. Click on the link to learn more about the story.....
8:30 PM Board of Education Meeting