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Opening for Cook/Baker (7241)

Lee County Schools is accepting applications for a Cook/Baker (Class 7241).


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Rescheduled SBDM Meeting

Lee County Middle High School regular scheduled SBDM meeting on Thursday, November 22nd has been rescheduled for Thursday, November 29th at 4:00pm.


Lee County Schools is Accepting Applications for Two Gear Up Positions
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School District Responds to Comments Made During Tax Hearing

The Lee County School District issues a response to comments and concerns raised during the tax hearing on September 5.


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Job Opening for Microcomputer Specialist Computer

An employment opportunity is available for a part-time Microcomputer Specialist


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Regular Scheduled SBDM Meeting

The regular scheduled SBDM Council meeting at LCMHS will be held every fourth Thursday each month at 4:00 pm.


NON-DISCRIMINATION NOTICE

The Lee County School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs or activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.

Inquiries may be directed to the Title IX Coordinator or the Section 504/ADA Title II Coordinator at 242 Lee Avenue, Beattyville, Kentucky, via telephone 606-464-5000, and via email to karen.angel@lee.kyschools.us or david.lyons@lee.kyschools.us.


 


SBDM Special Called Meeting

There will be a special called SBDM meeting on Monday, July 30, 2018 at LCMHS.


Employee, Substitute, and Coach Handbooks for 2018-2019 Are Now Available

Handbooks for full-time employees, substitute employees, and coaches are posted under the Departments - Human Resources tab.  All employees should review the handbooks and sign the acknowledgment of receipt.


CHROMEBOOK TRAINING, EARLY START AND OPEN HOUSE at LCMHS

 

CHROMEBOOK TRAINING

On Thursday, July 26th at 10:00 am, there will be a Chromebook training for all incoming sixth graders and anyone else who has not gone through the process in the middle school cafeteria at Lee County Middle High School.  This training must be completed by the parent and the child before any student can be issued a Chromebook.  Participation in this is training is strongly encouraged.  A digital device is a necessity in the classroom for the student to access several online programs.

 

EARLY START

Early Start for incoming 6th grade students will be Thursday, July 26th from 10:30-12 in the middle school at LCMHS.  Students will tour the building, meet their teachers, and be given a list of supplies needed for school.  During that time, students may also pay the five dollar rental fee for combination locks and receive their locker number. 

 

LCMHS - OPEN HOUSE

School wide Open House will be Monday, August 6th from 4:00-6:00 pm.. 


Instructional Assistant Vacancy General Education

The Lee County School District is currently accepting applications for an Instructional Assistant. 


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School Nurse Vacancy School Nurse

The Lee County School District is currently accepting applications for a School Nurse. 


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Lee County School District Finance Corporation Meeting
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Summer Food Service Program Announcement
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NOTICE REGARDING THE GIFTED AND TALENTED PROGRAM
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Employment Opportunities for Substitute Bus Drivers, Maintenance Workers and Cooks
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Instructional Assistant Vacancy General Education

A vacancy exists for an Instructional Assistant I position at Lee County Middle High School.  Click on the Employment tab for details.


NOTICE OF DATE CHANGE FOR MAY BOARD MEETING

Board meeting rescheduled from May 8 until May 10


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Parent Pickup

This is a message from Lee County Schools. regarding the road closure of Highway 1144.  As a result of this closure, Lee County Middle High School will be adjusting their afternoon pick-up process.  Cars will be placed in two lines to prevent back up and the blocking of the access road that runs between the track and vocational school.  Staff will be present today to help assist with lining up the cars.  While Highway 1144 is closed, it will be important that traffic does not block the access road to ensure that the Ambulance, Police, and Fire and Rescue vehicles can get through in case of an emergency.  The road closure will also affect some bus pick-up and drop off times as buses will be re-routed around Fairground Ridge before starting their normal routes.  Buses may be later in the evening because of re-routing due to closure of the road.  Thank you in advance for your cooperation as we make these mid-year adjustments to our pick-up and drop-off procedures for parents and buses due to the road closure.


NOTICE OF VACANT LEE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION SEAT School Board Vacancy

DISTRICT 1 VACANCY


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Students Advance to State 4H Demonstration! 4H Winners

Congratulations to Morgan Hinkle, Hannah Barrett, Maggie Durbin, Weslyn McIntosh, and Harley Gentry for winning the regional 4H demonstrations in their categories!  They will advance to the state 4H Demonstration competion in July.


District Calendar Committee Meeting School Calendar
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Class of 2018 Music Show and Silent Auction

Class of 2018 MUSIC SHOW
Featuring
THE HILLTOP PICKERS
MONROE LAND WAY
MR. PHILLIP DURBIN
ERIN & JENNA

MS. SHELBY DAVIS

Date: Saturday, March 24th
TIME: 6:00 PM (Silent Auction will end at 7:30 pm)
LOCATION: Sedley Stewart Auditorium
Refreshments will be available
AND SILENT AUCTION
$5.00 ADMISSION


Attendance Reward Requirements

How to Qualify for the the Reward:

1.       Students can only be absent or tardy for 7 total class periods during the 3rd nine weeks. 

2.       The 7 total periods could be one full day or a combination of tardies to class and late arrival/early departures.

 


Senior Auction Holidays

You are invited…

 

What?   Class of 2018 Senior Fundraiser Basket Auction

Where? LCMHS Sedley Stewart Auditorium

When?  Saturday, December 2, 2017 at 1:00 p.m.

Why?    Help send our Lee County seniors on a senior

               trip and get your holiday shopping done at the

               same time!


Teen Read Week is Coming! Teen Read Week

Unleash Your Story! This is a great week to tell your own story as well as find stories, biographies, autobiographies, folktales, and more in your school and local library.  Also, look for free book giveaways courtesy of LINK and KEDC! 

LINK


"Get it Solved, STOP the Bullying!"

October is Bullying Prevention Month and the Kentucky Center for School Safety is proud to announce this year's Kentucky Safe Schools Week is set for October 15-21, 2017. Together we can "Get Involved and Get it Solved, STOP the Bullying!"  The online “Get Involved…Pledge Against Bullying” encourages involvement and invites students, staff and communities to pledge against bullying. 

 

Click on the picture below to take the Pledge Against Bullying:

Take the Get Involved Pledge


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Emergency Non-certified Substitute Teacher Training Scheduled

EMERGENCY NON-CERTIFIED SUBSTITUTE TEACHER TRAINING SCHEDULED

OCTOBER 2ND, 3RD, AND 4TH, 2017

 

 

In response to growing difficulties experienced by the Lee County School District in recruiting and retaining qualified substitute teachers, an (18) clock hour orientation program (3-day workshop) will be offered for Emergency Non-Certified Substitute Teacher Applicants.  Interested parties who have less than 64 college hours, a high school diploma, or its equivalent, may apply.  The 3-day training will be held 9:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m., October 2nd, 3rd, and 4th at the Lee County Board of Education Office Complex, 242 Lee Avenue, Beattyville, KY  41311. 

 

 


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Open House and Chromebook Training Open House

We would like to invite all parents, guardians and students to our Open House of the 2017-18 School year on Tuesday, September 12th from 4 pm to 6 pm.  You will have an opportunity to see your child's mid-term grades and talk with their teachers. We hope that any issues can be discussed prior to our first 9 weeks report card grades.

There will also be two trainings on Tuesday afternoon during Open House.  Mrs. Johnson will be meeting with the 8th graders and parents in the middle school cafeteria at 4:30.

Mrs. Smith will have a Chromebook Training for any parent, guardian and/or student who has not received the required training. This Chromebook training will begin at 5 pm during Open House in the hgh school cafeteria.


Emergency Non-Certified Substitute Teacher Training

Please click below for more information on the Emergency Non-Certified Substitute Teacher Training on October 2nd, 3rd and 4th!

 

 


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Scheduled SBDM Meetings

LCMHS SBDM meetings will be held on the fourth Thursday each month at 4:00 pm.


LCMHS Celebrates National Read a Book Day! National Read a Book Day

Students and staff will be celebrating National Read a Book Day on September 6th!  Staff members will be sharing the titles of their favorite books, giving away free books courtesy of project LINK, and taking time to "drop everything and read."   A bookworm or two might even show up to visit at lunch!

LCMHS Celebrates National Read a Book Day


LEE COUNTY SCHOOLS CLOSED MONDAY AUGUST 21, 2017

Click on the picture below to view the full memo to Lee County parents, students, and staff regarding the upcoming solar eclipse.Solar Eclipse Memo

 


Pick-Up and Drop-Off Procedures Parent Pick-Up and Drop-off Map

Click Here for Student Pick-Up and Drop-off Information


Early Start & Open House Dates

EARLY START

Early Start for incoming 6th grade students will be Monday, July 24th from 9:30-12 in the middle school at LCMHS.  Students will tour the building, meet their teachers, and be given a list of supplies needed for school.  During that time, students may also pay the five dollar rental fee for combination locks and receive their locker number. 

LCMHS - OPEN HOUSE

School wide Open House will be Tuesday, August 1st from 4-6pm.  

 


SUMMER FOOD SERVICE PROGRAM

UPDATED SUMMER FOOD SERVICE PROGRAM  SITES

FREE MEALS!

ANYONE 18 YEARS OF AGE AND UNDER IS WELCOME TO RECEIVE A FREE MEAL!

 


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SBDM Special Called Meeting

There will be a special called SBDM meeting at the HS library on Wednesday, May 10 at 3:30.


LCMHS Now Taking SBDM Parent Nominations

LCMHS is now accepting nominations for a SBDM Parent Council Member until May 14, 2017.  SBDM council member's term will begin August 2017.  A parent council member shall be a parent, step parent, foster parent or legal guardian of a student attending the school during the council member's term of office.  A parent is ineligible if he/she is an employee of LCMHS.  Parents may nominate themselves or another parent.  Please contact Jennifer Wilder, YSC director by email (jennifer.wilder@lee.kyschools.us), phone (464-5005, ext 5023) or in person if you would like to nominate yourself or another parent.  Qualifications to serve include a background check and school council member training.


Kindergarten Entry Age Changed for 2017-2018

There is a new cutoff date starting next school year to enroll your child in kindergarten. Beginning with the 2017-18 school year, children must be 5 years old as of August 1,  to enroll in kindergarten in a Kentucky public school.

Follw this link to find out more.    /userfiles/454/my files/kindergarten_entry in color.pdf?id=2449


LCMHS Spring Newsletter Now Available!

The LCMHS Spring Newsletter is now available online!  To access the newsletter, click "Newsletters" in the blue box to the left of this article.  A printable school calendar is also available there. In addition to the online edition of the newsletter, we will be giving away paper copies at Open House on March 7th. 


Open House Slated for March 7, 2017

LCMHS Open House is scheduled for March 7th from 4:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m.   We will be drawing names to give away free books to a few lucky parents!  Please stop by and pick up your student's report card, speak with teachers and staff, and get your name entered in the drawings!


Congratulations to Mr. and Miss Sweetheart, Jonathan Green and Heather Marshall! Mr. and Miss Sweetheart
"Important Parent Information" regarding Non-traditional Instruction Days

What is a Non-traditional School Plan?

Click here to find out


LCMHS Open House

LCMHS Open House will be held on Thursday, October 13 from 4:00-6:00

Title 1 educational resources will be distributed. 

Light snacks will be provided.

Report cards will be handed out. 

There will be a presentation in the middle school library for 8th grade parents at 5:00.


SBDM Special Called Meeting

There will be a special called SBDM meeting on Wednesday October 12 at 4:30 in the high school library. 


“Be the HERO; STOP the Bullying!” Pledge

Click the picture below to take Pledge!


SBDM Meeting

Lee County Middle High School SBDM meeting will be on Wednesday, Sept.28, 2016 at 4:30 in the high school library.


Lee County Awarded

Lee County, along with Whitley and Owsley Counties, recently received an award from the Commissioner at the Learning from Kentucky Classrooms Conference for collaborating together to implement and improve the strategies of the Mathematics Design Collaborative and the Literacy Design Collaborative.


Educational Talent Search

Click on the link for more information

www.ets.eku.edu


LEE COUNTY SCHOOLS WILL HOLD EMERGENCY NON-CERTIFIED SUBSTITUTE TEACHER TRAINING AUGUST 30TH, AUGUST 31ST AND SEPTEMBER 1ST

The three day training will be held at the Lee County Board of Education, 242 Lee Avenue in Beattyville, Kentucky from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. August 30th, August 31st, and September 1st, 2016.


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Open House - Grades 6-8

Open House for grades 6-8 will be Tuesday, August 2nd from 4:00-6:00.  Please click on title for scheduled times.


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Free On-line Parenting Classes for Lee County Schools

Follow the link below for more information!

Visit www.bluegrasslearning.com/leeky to sign up. It’s free!


KIDS & TEENS 18 YEARS AND YOUNGER ARE WELCOME TO RECEIVE A FREE LUNCH!

Click here to find out more!


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KIDS! PLEASE JOIN US FOR NATIONAL SCHOOL BREAKFAST WEEK MARCH 7-11, 2016

Click the link below to find out more...

Start Your Day The Right Way With Breakfast!

 


LCMS Site Based Decision Meeting

We will meet 4pm in our Library on 1/26/16


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Open House at Lee Co. Middle School

We will have open house Thursday 1/7/16 from 4-6pm for teacher/parent meetings.  You may also receive your student's reports card from our 2nd term than ran from October until January.  Please join us in being an active part of your child's success at Lee Co Middle School.


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National Junior Beta Club Induction Ceremony
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LEE COUNTY SCHOOLS CELEBRATE NATIONAL SCHOOL LUNCH WEEK OCTOBER 12-16, 2015

Click here for additional information


OCTOBER IS ANTI-BULLYING AWARENESS MONTH Click on the link below to learn more...



New Beta Club Officers Elected

Congratulations to the 2015-16 National Junior Beta Club officers who were elected on Friday, August 14, 2015.  Beta Club officers from left to right are Emily Reed, Vice-President;  Elliott Cox, Treasurer; Dejae Thompson, Secretary; and James Watterson, President.


Preparing Your Child For School

Free online parenting class


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LearningExpress Library Now Available!

LearningExpress Library is a valuable learning resource that is now available to all Lee County Schools staff and students. It includes resources for:

College Prep Center

School Center

Computer Skills

Job & Career Accellerator

Adult Learning Center

Career Center

And much more...


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Dr. James Evans, Jr. Testifies Before House Committee Regarding HB152 Telecomunications Bill

http://mycn2.com/politics/house-committee-sends-telecommunications-bill-to-chamber-floor?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+Cn2Politics+%28cn%7C2+Pure+Politics%29

 

Jim Evans, superintendent of the Lee County School District, said passing the bill would not only have a profound impact on schools, but also the surrounding communities. His district is one of a few across the country participating in Microsoft’s Teaching Education and Literacy in Schools.

“I know small business owners who need expanded broadband connectivity,” he said. “I know students who graduate and want to become entrepreneurs using advanced broadband technology. I know students who are lost considering dropping out, and with TEALS in Lee County, we’ve been able to provide an option for those kids to stay in school and succeed in life.”


The FLU: A Guide For Parents

Please follow the link below to view important information for parents regarding the FLU.

http://www.cdc.gov/flu/pdf/freeresources/updated/fluguideforparents.pdf

Get vaccinated. Take everyday precautions.


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Lee County School District December 2014 Newsletter

The Lee County School District has begun publishing Spotlight on Success, the district newsletter, quarterly.  The newsletter will now be posted on the district and each school website.  Those wishing to receive a hard copy of the document may obtain one by contacting Sharron G. Adams at the Lee County Board of Education (606) 464-5000 extension 130. 

Please follow the link above to access the December 2014 edition.


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LCMS Earns Second Place in KY Colonels Sixth Grade Showcase
On Saturday, December 6th, the Lee County Middle School Academic Team (sixth graders) faced opponents from five other middle schools (Clark, Estill, Jackson, Menifee, and Powell Counties) in the annual Kentucky Colonels Sixth Grade Showcase (Section 24) Academic Competition.

 


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SPECIAL BOARD MEETING & FINANCE CORPORATION MEETING CANCELLED FOR THIS EVENING

THE LEE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION SPECIAL MEETING SCHEDULED FOR THIS EVENING, DECEMBER 2, 2014 AT 5:00 P.M. & THE LEE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT FINANCE CORPORATION MEETING SCHEDULED IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE BOARD MEETING HAVE BEEN CANCELLED.

THE LEE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION WILL MEET IN SPECIAL SESSION DECEMBER 16, 2014 AT 6:00 P.M.


LCMS Competes in Academic Holiday Bowl

Lee County Middle School Academic Team competed in the annual KY Pride Bowl on November 22, 2014 as one of three schools (Jackson City, Jackson County, and Lee County).  They received third place over-all for points accumulated from eight different areas.


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LEE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT FINANCE CORPORATION MEETING

MEETING NOTICE

Lee County School District Finance Corporation

There will be a special meeting of the Lee County School District Finance Corporation on Thursday, November 20, 2014 immediately upon conclusion of the Special Called Meeting of the Lee County Board of Education (approximately 5:15 p.m.). The meeting will be held at the Lee County School District Board office. The purpose of the meeting is to consider adopting a resolution authorizing the issuance of School Building Revenue Bonds for school building purposes.


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LCMS Bullying Video

LCMS students were very busy during school safety week in November.  Several activities took place such as designing an anti-bullying slogan for bracelets, bullying posters and a video.  Check out the anti-bullying video created, performed and directed by LCMS students.


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PUBLIC MEETINGS SCHEDULED AT AREA FIRE DEPARTMENTS TO DISCUSS PROPOSED NICKEL TAX

Click Link Below for more info:

Public Meetings Scheduled at Area Fire Departments


LEE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT!

Vote FOR the Nickel in November!


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SOCIAL STUDIES FAIR

First Place: Christopher Jewell

Second Place: Gavin Caudill

Third Place: Madison Begley

Sponsor:  Mrs. Tami Stickler


ACCELERATED READER AWARDS

First Place: Mollie Johnson

Second Place: Jordan Lutes

Third Place: Erica Cocanougher

Fourth Place: Kathryn Bowman

Fifth Place: Laura Frye


CHERI JUDD AWARD

Sara Estes receiving the Cheri Judd Award presented by Jacqueline Judd


BRANDON COLDIRON AWARD

Blake Coomer receiving the Brandon Coldiron Award presented by Matt Watterson


SPECIAL ATTENDANCE AWARD

Hunter Ross receiving a special award presented by Dougie Brandenburg from Citizens Bank


SIXTH GRADE PRINCIPAL AWARDS

First Place: Kathryn Bowman

Second Place: Jonathan Bray

Third Place: Lauren Alex Schott


SEVENTH GRADE PRINCIPAL AWARDS

First Place: Owen Minter

Second Place: Sara Estes

Third Place: Haley Mays


EIGHTH GRADE PRINCIPAL AWARD

First Place: William Hillman

Second Place: Ellen Grace Jennings

Third Place: DeAnna Deaton


LCMS Archer Advances to State
LCMS Archery Team Places Second in Bobcat Shootout

Congratulations to the Lee Co. Middle School Archery team who participated in the Annual Bobcat Shootout on March 8th. The team came home with a 2nd place plaque. Taylor Roberts placed 5th in the middle school girls division.


LCMS Future Problem Solvers Advance to State Competition

The Lee County Middle School FPS team recently were named FPS Champions in the Regional 19 portion of Governor’s Cup.  They will be competing at the State Governor's Cup on Saturday, March 15th.


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Take Time For School Breakfast!
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2013 LCMS NOVEMBER CLUB DAY

The last Friday in every month, the students at LCMS get to enjoy participating in club activities.  As in the past, they decide in August which club they want to be a member of for the remaining of the school year.  Some of the clubs represented are: 4-H, Basketball, Chess, Dance, Game, Music, Instruments,  etc.

 

See Photo Gallery for more photos.


NOVEMBER HAT DAY AT LCMS

Once again, students at Lee County Middle School had the opportunity to wear their favorite hat to school.  Check out the photo gallery for more pics.


SCHOOL SPIRIT/BLUE AND WHITE NIGHT AT LCHS

Blue and White Night tonight at the Lee County High School.  Come out and show your support. The festivities start at 6 pm.. with teams representing Beattyville Elementary, Southside Elementary, and Lee County Youth Sports. Lee County Middle School teams will begin at 6:30 pm, followed by Lee County High School at 7:25 pm.

 

There will be concessions provided by Lee County FFA, raffle tables, the Best Dressed Fan contest, a 3- Point Shoot Out and a first glance at our online school spirit store http://www.mylocker.net/kentucky/beattyville/lee-county-high-school sponsored by Lee County High School Seniors.
 

District Vision

Lee County Schools, creating a successful future one student at a time.


District Mission

The mission of the Lee County School District is to foster trust, growth, and  accountability in partnership with students, staff, parents, and the community.     


Fall Ends Daylight Saving Time

 

DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME ENDS!REMEMBER TO FALL BACK ONE HOUR SATURDAY EVENING!

 

 

Daylight Saving Time officially ends this Sunday morning, November 3rd

 

2013 at 2:00 a.m.

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

Please be sure to set your clocks back one hour Saturday evening, November 2nd, 2013!

 

 

 

 

HISTORICAL FIGURE DAY AT LCMS


Mrs. Tami Stickler's sixth grade social studies students at LCMS dressed up as historical characters for Halloween.  All classes were invited to watch as they marched in parade style through the hallways.

Check the Photo Gallery for individual photos.


LCMS 2013 BETA CLUB INITIATION New Beta Club inductees may or may not have enjoyed the day's events but everyone else did.  Congratulations to all new potential Beta Club members.

 

See Photo Gallery for more photographs.

HEALTH INSURANCE 2013 OPEN ENROLLMENT
ATTENTION LEE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT EMPLOYEES

2013 HEALTH INSURANCE OPEN ENROLLMENT SCHEDULED
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Help us prevent bullying, violence, and risky behavior in our schools; take the S.T.O.P.! Pledge!
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NERDY DAY AT LCMS

State-wide High Attendance Day across KY. LCMS chose to make it NERDY DAY. Check out the Photo Gallery for more pictures.


2013 GIRLS BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Click on link to view schedule.  The team would love your support.
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PICTURE DAY AT LCMS

SMILE ON OCTOBER 3 for the photographer.

School pictures will be taken on that day.


PARENT BREAKFAST AT LCMS

Parents are invited to eat breakfast with their child on Thursday, September 19th beginning at 7:30 AM until 8:30 AM.


New Sixth Grade ELA Teacher LCMS staff welcomes back a former colleague and friend, Mr. Tony Barrett, to the teaching staff.  Mr. Barrett will be teaching sixth grade English/Language Arts.

 

 

New Interventionist at LCMS Lee County Middle School would like to welcome the new Gear Up Interventionist, Mr. Brian Johnson.  Mr. Johnson's role at Lee County School is to work with individual student needs in the 6th, 7th and 8th grade.  Mr. Johnson’s role also includes working with the Gear Up Counselor on several Gear Up activities.

 

 

New Beta Club Officers

Lee County Middle School Beta Club has elected new officers for the current school year. Congratulations President:  Gram Durbin; Co Vice-Presidents:  Hunter Ross and Ellen Grace Jennings; Secretary:  Deanna Deaton; and Treasurer: Haley Tipton.
    


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LCMS Welcomes New Student Teacher Mr. Joshua Broadwell, a student at EKU, is fulfilling his student teacher requirements at Lee County Middle School.  Mrs. Serita McCoy will be supervising him as he teaches Math and Mr. George Chaney will be his supervisor as he teaches Social Studies.

Welcome to LCMS, Mr. Broadwell.

Eighth Graders Prepare for Gear-Up Trip to Corbin Mr. Matt Watterson and eighth grade teachers hand out t-shirts to students and check rosters as they embark on their first Gear-Up trip of the year.

Click link to read student article about the experience written for local newspapers.

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LCMS Hat Day

Hat Day is reserved for the last Friday in each school month at Lee County Middle School.  Students love to wear their "coolest" hat or model something entirely new.  This month was no exception. Check out the Photo Gallery for more photos.


BLITZ WEEK

BLITZ WEEK ACTIVITIES WILL BE HELD AUGUST 26th - 30th

The theme of the week is:

FIRST THINGS FIRST-KEEPING STUDENTS SAFE

CLICK ON THE ICON FOR MORE INFORMATION


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Office 365 Email & Lync Now Available to All Students & Staff Office 365

Office 365 Email & Lync is now availabe to all students and staff. 
Everyone should now use the Office 365 link located under "Downloads & Links" to access Email and use the new Lync conferencing solution.  Later in the year, Skydrive Pro and Office Web Apps will be added to Office 365 for all students and staff along with a revised Email interface.  Office 365 can also be accessed directly by browsing to:

https://login.microsoftonline.com


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NATIONAL SCHOOL BREAKFAST & LUNCH PROGRAM

The Lee County Board of Education will again be serving meals to students under the National School Breakfast and National School Lunch Programs for the 2013-2014 school year.

All students will be served breakfast and lunch at no charge at the following sites:

Lee Counth High School, Lee County Middle School, Beattyville Elementary,

Southside Elementary.

For additional information, please contact:  Lee County Board of Education, 599 Lee Avenue, Beattyville KY 41311 at (606) 464-5000.

USDA Nondiscrimination Statement is found and posted on the Foodservice & Nutrition link.


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IMPORTANT DATES!
  • JULY 31, 2013 - "EARLY START" for 6th GRADE STUDENTS - LCMS - 8:30 - 11:30 a.m.
  • AUGUST 2, 2013 - READIFEST will be held at Beattyville Elementary for ALL Lee County School District elementary students from 8:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. READIFEST is sponsored by the Lee County Family Resource Center
  • August 6, 2013 - Beattyville Elementary Parent Orientation @ 5:00pm
  • AUGUST 6, 2013 - LCMS OPEN HOUSE - 4:00 - 5:30 p.m.
  • AUGUST 6, 2013 - LCHS ORIENTATION - 9th Grade - 9:00-10:00 a.m. /Grades 10-12 - 10:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m.
  • AUGUST 8, 2013 - FIRST DAY FOR LEE COUNTY STUDENTS

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Eighth Grade Graduation

The Eighth Grade Commencement was held on May 16, 2013 in the LCHS Gymnasium.  See Photo Gallery for photos.

 

Photo: Valedictorian Aaron Charles and Supt. James Evans, Jr.


Sixth Grade Principal's Award

First Place: Owen Minter (right)

Second Place: Sara Estes (middle)

Third Place: Taylor Roberts (left)


Seventh Grade Principal's Award

First Place: William Hillman (right)

Second Place: Deanna Deaton (middle)

Third Place: Ellen Grace Jennings (left)


Eighth Grade Principal's Awards

First Place: Aaron Charles (right)

Second Place: Morgan E. Phillips (middle)

Third Place: Peyton Henry (left)


Spring Queen

Thanks to Lauren.  She was able to raise $300 for a worthy cause and win the title of Spring Queen for LCMS.


End-of-Year Testing Schedule

Dates for Testing:  Tuesday, April 30 through Monday, May 6

Test will begin at 8:45 AM daily.

Tests will also be given in the afternoons.  Please, if possible, refrain from making an appointment for your child on these dates.


LCMS Open House Scheduled

Remember that we are hosting our Open House on Monday, March 11th from 4:30 - 6:00. We have a lot going on that evening.

• Supper will be provided!

• Pick up your child's 3rd nine weeks report card and meet with his/her teachers!

• We have a representative from KHEAA that will be on hand to talk to you and your child/children about KEES money.

• We have information and an application for a new program for 6th- 12th graders called Educational Talent Search. Students can pick up application for this program Monday night. This program provides in-school workshops and other activities for personal development, academic enrichment, career exploration, college preparation, and financial literacy. In addition, their scholars are provided direct assistance with ACT testing, college admission, financial aid, and the scholarship application process. It's a great opportunity for our kids. They will select 10-15 students per grade level to work with.

Please come out and join us!


Archery Team Members Advance to State

Last Saturday the Region 12 Archery Tournament was held in Fleming Neon, KY.  Our first ever LCMS Archery team competed and placed 4th overall in the MS division.

These Lee Co Middle School individuals pictured, placed among the best.  Left to right.  Drew Roberts place 5th out of 22 in the 6th grade male division, Dylan Pelfrey place 3rd out of 40 in the 7-8th grade MS division, Jason Ross place 2nd out of 40 in the 7-8th grade MS division, and Taylor Roberts placed 5th out of 22 in the 6th grade female division.  This is a big accomplishment for LCMS Students.  These students have qualified for state competition and will compete March 18&19 in Louisville and will represent Lee Co Middle School well.

 


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Math Counts Four Year Scholarship Winner

William Hillman was the recipient of a four year paid scholarship to Western Kentucky University as a result of his performance at the Math Counts Regional Contest hosted by Lee County on February 19th.


Math Counts Team Advancing to State Finals

Info shortly.

Blake Coomer, William Hillman, Aaron Charles, Ethan Smith, Tyler Riley, Dylan Moore, and Mrs. Kim Williams.

 


Valentine Shootout/Archery Tournament

LCMS archery team competed on February 16th at Fleming Neon in the Valentine Shootout Archery Tournament.

Jason Ross placed first in the competition and Dylan Pelfrey came in second.


Valentine Dance was a Blast
The Student Council at LCMS sponsored the February Dance on the 11th.  Several staff members were on hand to chaperone and serve refreshments.  Students who attended seem to have a good time. 

Check out the Photo Gallery for more photos.

Chess Individual Third Place Winner

In the Quad D Regional Chess Tournament held on February 9th at Morgan County High, Jordan Lutes finished third overall in the Middle School Division.


LCMS Chess Team Advances to State

 As a result of earning second place in the Quad D Regional Chess Tournament, the LCMS Chess Team advance to the State Finals which will be held on March 2 at Louisville Trinity High School (Jefferson). 

Mr. Robert Lee Armstrong, Tournament Director for the Quad D Regional Tournament is shown with the Lee County Middle School Chess Team (Jordan Lutes, Gram Durbin, Hunter Ross, Nate Ambers, and Bryan Combs).


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LCMS Site Base Meeting Scheduled <p > Date:  Tuesday, February  12, 2013<br /> Time:  5:00 PM<br /> Location:  Middle School Library<br /> Invitation is for YOU.</p >
LCMS Academic Team Members Advancing to State Finals
Advancing to the State KAAC Governor Cup Competition in Louisville, Kentucky on March 16-18 will be Mollie Johnson and Blake Coomer.  Mollie placed second in Language Arts Wriiten Assessment and Blake placed third in Language Arts Written Assessment.
 
Click on link for entire news item submitted to Three Forks Tradition and the Beattyville Enterprise.

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Lee County Middle School Advances to Region in Academics

Lee County Middle School placed first in quick recall and second place in future problem solving at the KAAC District 72 competition held on Saturday, January 19th at the Estill County Middle School.  Both teams will be competing in the Regional Competition which will be held on January 29th and February 2nd in Estill County.  Check out the rest of the article for individual wins also advancing to Region.


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DISTRICT CONSERVATION ESSAY WINNER Lee County Middle School is proud to announce that a sixth grader, Steven Warner, won the annual conservation essay contest at his grade level and then went on to win at the 6-12 level.  His essay was titled "Trees-Disappearing Wonder."

Steven is shown here with his proud sponsor, Mrs. Darlene Jewell.  He will receive his awards at the Conservation Banquet later in the spring.

Christmas Bazaar LCMS students shopping for family from the school Bazaar.
Special Shriner Award L.C.M.S. Beta Club Sponsor, Mrs. Debra Smith has been overseeing the Pop Tab Contest for eight years. She feels that this project helps our community, state and nation. That is what Beta Club is all about. 
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Christmas Dance The December Dance sponsored by the student council once again had a good turn out. 

Check out the Photo Gallary for more pictures.

Christmas Dance
Academic Team Runners-Up in Sixth Grade Showcase On Saturday, December 1st, the Lee County Middle School Academic Team (sixth graders) faced opponents from three other middle schools (Estill, Owsley, and Powell Counties) in the annual Kentucky Colonels Sixth Grade Showcase (Section 24) Academic Competition.
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LCMS Academic Team Wins Holiday Bowl
Once again hard work and studying pays off. On Saturday, November 17th, the Lee County Middle School hosted and competed in the annual Kentucky Pride Bowl, a.k.a. known as the Holiday Bowl. There were three middle schools involved in the competition (Jackson County Middle, Lee County Middle, and Owsley County Middle).  LCMS walked away with the overall number one title. Click on title for more information.

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Academic Competition Schedule

See schedule for 2012-2013 by clicking on title.


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Gear-Up Sponsors EKU Trip for LCMS On Saturday, October 27th, thirty eighth graders from LCMS visited the Eastern Kentucky University campus.  Upon arrival they were met by tour guides who led them on a campus tour.  Students ate lunch in the school cafeteria located in the Powell Building.  Afterwards, they watched the EKU vs ELU football game. 
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Kentucky Safe Schools Week Mrs. Johnson and Ms. Upshaw team up
during Kentucky Safe Schools Week.

Week-long Schedule:
Monday - Root for the Cure  
     Wear your favorite "Team Attire".
Tuesday - No ties to Bullying
     Wear tie-dyed clothing.
Wednesday - Reverse Bullying  
     Wear shirts inside out and  hats on backwards.
Thursday -  Put Bullying to Rest
     Wear appropriate pajamas to school.
Friday -  Scare Away Bullies
     Wear a costume (no masks that cover face).

Halloween Masquerade

Ninja Turtles (Michelangelo, Leonardo, and Raphael a.k.a. Mrs. Jewell,
Miss Brooks, and Miss Stacy) take over LCMS sixth grade halls. Donatello
was unable to assist.

Check Photo Gallery for more masquerade pictures.
 

Miss Kentucky Visits LCMS Jessica Danielle Casebolt, left,  Miss Kentucky 2012, visited the Lee County Middle School on Friday, October 26th.  Pictured with Miss Kentucky is our very own Woolly Worm Queen and Princess (Lyndsey Overbee and Ashlynn Lumpkins). 

Read more here: http://www.kentucky.com/2012/07/14/2258834/miss-kentucky-is-crowned.html#storylink=cpy

Halloween Dance The LCMS Student Council sponsored the first school dance of the school year on October 25th under the guidance of Mrs. Darlene Jewell.  Several Lee County Middle School staff assisted in the event.

Check Photo Gallery for additional photographs.

Cancer Awareness Month Check out the doors newly decorated for Cancer Awareness Month.  Lee County Middle School staff and students, way to go!
Chess Club at LCMS
Recent studies have confirmed what educators have known for nearly 40 years: that chess improves academic performance, concentration, logical thinking, judgment, creativity, problem solving, emotional intelligence, and social skills.

Designated Hat Days L.C.M.S. students will be allowed to wear hats on the last Friday in each month.  Check the Photo Gallery each month to see the current fads/fashions.
VolleyKats Win The VolleyKats, both Varsity and Middle School teams, won their matches over Wolfe County Friday night (August 17th). 
SITE BASE MEETING
Scheduled for August 23rd, 2012 at 4:00 PM
in the Lee County Middle School Library.

New Personnel at Lee County Middle Mr. David Lyons
Assistant Principal

Gear Up Counselor Mr. Craig Combs
Math Interventionist Ms. Judy Pennington-Price
Reading Interventionist Mrs. Ashley Smith

Seventh Grade Mathematics Mrs. Christina Tipton

Celebrating with our Retirees Cake! Punch! Rocking Chairs! Bells! Gift Cards and lots and lots of finger foods!  The Lee County High and Middle Schools came together to celebrate with three of their staff and faculty as they end their educational careers and begin a new one.  Congratulations, Rena, Willie, and Judy.  We wish you health, happiness, and joy.

Judy Jennings, Willie Addison, and Rena Isaacs

Eighth Grade Graduation 2012 The Lee County Middle School eighth grade graduation ceremony was held on May 4, 2012 at 7:00 PM in the LCHS gym.  Check out the Photo Gallary for some pre and post graduation photos.
Sixth Grade Principal's Award In a special awards program on May 2, 2012 in the Sedley Stewart Auditorium these sixth graders received the Principal's Award for the highest G.P.A. in sixth grade:
1. William Hillman
2. Mollie Johnson
2. Deanna Deaton
3. Ellen Grace Jennings

Seventh Grade Principal Awards These seventh graders received the Principal's Award for the highest G.P.A. in seventh grade:
1. Aaron Charles
2. Dylan Moore
3. Morgan Elizabeth Phillips

Eighth GradePrinipal Awards These eighth graders received the Principal's Award for the highest G.P.A. in eighth grade:
1. Amanda Kash Rice
2. Syndey Chadwell
3. Kara Beth Williams

Field Day at LCMS SPONGE RELAY! DIZZY LIZZY! WATER BALLOON TOSS! KICK BALL TOURNAMENT! OH, MY!  Lee County Middle School held their annual Field Day on Friday, April 27th.  Check out the Photo Gallary for a minute by minute replay of this fun-filled day. 

Sean had no chance of catching this balloon.  Sorry, Sean.

LCMS Students Go to Legends Game On April 19th Lee County Middle School students with the help of Gear Up and a school fundraiser went to Lexington, KY to watch a legends game.  Students attending earned this opportunity by meeting criteria set by the school prior to the event.  Mrs. Lynda Congleton was the school lead in this event.
Academic Team Competes in State Finals Can you imagine playing quick recall on a Sunday?  Can you imagine time moving forward (Daylight Savings Time) and playing quick recall on a Sunday?  Can you imagine spending the night in a hotel with peers and being able to get up early to play quick recall on a SUNDAY?  Newflash:  Recently the Lee County Middle School Quick Recall Team competed under these conditions.  Check out the rest of the article.
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Good Spellers Abuzz at Lee County Middle School “C-L-E-A-R-A-N-C-E.” With this word, a champion was crowned in the Lee County Middle School Spelling Bee on Tuesday, February 21, 2012. Top honors go to seventh-grader, Mollie Richardson, for correctly spelling this word in the fourth round to be declared champion of the school spelling bee.
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LCMS Academic Team Advances to State Finals
The Lee County Middle School (LCMS) Quick Recall Team faced Wolfe, Menifee, Estill, and McNabb Middle schools in double elimination rounds during the KAAC Regional Governor's Cup on February 4, 2012. 

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Lee County Middle School Advances to Region in Academic Competition
Saturday, January 21, 2012, the Lee County Middle School Academic Team faced opponents from two other middle schools (Estill and Jackson) in the annual KAAC District (73) Governor’s Cup Competition. The event was hosted by Estill County Middle School.

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Section 24 Sixth Grade Showcase Runners-up On Saturday, December 3rd, the Lee County Middle School Academic Team (Sixth Graders) faced opponents from seven other middle schools (Berea Community, B. Michael Caudill, Clark-Moore, Estill County, Foley, Red River Valley, and Powell County) in the annual KY Colonels Sixth Grade Showcase  (Section 24) Academic Competition. 
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Talent Show at LCMS Comedians, Dancers, Singers.  Mrs. Jewell has done it again.  She put together an awesome program for the student body on Tuesday, November 22nd.  Rounds of applause for the students who had the courage to stand before their peers and sing, dance, and recite jokes.  Thanks to Isaac, Gram, and Hunter for help behind the scenes. Gram, you were a great emcee.
LCMS Academic Team Wins Holiday Bowl Lee County Middle School Academic Team under the guidance of Mrs. Jeanette Brandenburg, Miss Amber Stacy, and Miss Ivalea Brooks once again captured the overall number one title in the annual Holiday Bowl.  Future Problem Solving saved the day.
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Eighth Grade Night for Basketball Lee County Middle School recognized eighth graders finishing up the season in a special recognition ceremony.  A big thank you to all the kids, parents, and school officials who continue to carry on the tradition of basketball at LCMS.  See the Photo Gallary for more pictures.
Veterans Day 2011 Honoring our finest men and women in uniform, past and present, was the goal of the assembly held in the Sedley Stewart Auditorium on the Thursday before Veteran's Day.  Everyone in attendance felt the pride, sadness, and allegiance expressed through song, speeches, and music.
Pop Tabs for the Shriners As in the past, the Lee County Middle School Beta Club collected pop tabs from the student body.  The tabs were donated to the Shriner's organization.  Proceeds from the tabs will go toward making life for the patients at the Shriners Hospital a little more cheerful.
Beta Club Initiation Rouge, bows, sponge rollers, and guys on tables.  Beta Club initiation was hilarious this year.  Thanks for the memories, guys.
Happy Birthday, Bob! Happy Birthday, Bob. We love your new jacket.  Everyone at Lee County Middle School loves and appreciates you.  Happy.........Happy.............Birthday........to.........you..........
MISS KENTUCKY VISITS LCMS In an assembly on October 19th Miss Kentucy 2011, Ann Blair Thorton, shared with students and staff three important lessons taught by her grandfather:  Hard work will help secure a good future. Waiting patiently to discover your special talent will be rewarding.  Have love in your heart for everything you do and everyone you meet.
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LCMS HAS HALLOWEEN DANCE The Lee County Middle School Student Council held its first dance of the current school year on October 18th in the school cafteria.  A good number of students attended the function.  Mrs. Jewell, the club sponsor, was very complimentary on the support of students and staff.  The student council will be sponsoring another dance soon.  Check out the Photo Gallary for photographs.
Miss Kentucky Scheduled to Visit Lee County Details shortly.
Lee County Middle School Constitution

We the students and staff of Lee County Middle school will be responsible, respectful and willing to try our best. Everyone will be treated with respect, staff and students alike.

writer:  Dalton Traylor


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School-wide Initiative at L.C.M.S. Lee County Middle School (LCMS) is implementing the Readers’ and Writers’ Workshop of the America’s Choice School Design. The America’s Choice program involves learning through workshop models. Within these models LCMS is introducing the 25 Books Campaign. The 25-Book Campaign engages all students in reading and writing every day.
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Truancy Diversion Assembly The growing truancy epidemic presents unique challenges to families, schools, and communities. Lee County middle schoolers assembled on Tuesday afternoon (August 23, 2011) in the Sedley Stewart Auditorium to hear about the Truancy Diversion Program and the issue of truancy from several Lee countians  . 

In photo:  Mr. Ray Shuler ITransportation Dir.and fill-in DPP). 


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Girls Basketball Season Beginning The L.C.M.S. girls basketball season began August 18th.  Check out the schedule on the next page. A season schedule is due to come out in the local newspapers this week, also.
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New Math Coach Staff at the middle school will collaborate and work with new math coach Mrs. Connie Smith during the 2011-2012 school year.  Mrs. Smith comes to Lee County Middle School with a wealth of experience and knowledge.  She is a wonderful asset to our teaching staff.  Welcome, Mrs. Smith.
New Principal and Assistant Principal at L.C.M.S. Lee County Middle School is under new leadership for  2011-2012.  Securing the principal position is Mrs. Karen Angel who is a Lee County native.  In the assistant principal position is Mrs. Judy Jennings who has resided in Lee County for a long time.

Congratulations to these two key women educators.  The staff and students look forward to a challenging new year.



Mrs. Angel

Miss Brooks



Miss Brooks

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New Personnel at L.C.M.S. Lee County Middle School welcomes the talents of Miss Amber Stacy (ELA 6), Miss Ivalea Brooks (Math 6), and Mr. Josh Todd (Science ).  They are newcomers to the staff.


Miss Stacy

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Summer Camp Schedules Lee County Light House program will offer 4 week long summer camps for elementary and middle school students starting June 13th. Registration is required by June 3rd by calling 464-5000.   Please click on icon to see complete description of available camps. 
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L.C.M.S. Field Day 2011 On May 20th Lee County middle school students competed by grade level in a tetherball game. See photo gallery for some electrifying moves.
Happy Days Are Here Teresa Brinegar and David Jennings enjoy a reception given in their honor by fellow colleagues.  Both will be retiring as of June 1, 2011. See Photo Gallery.
Good Faith Effort Reward Trying your best will get you to the top.  Lee County Middle School students learned this lesson as they reaped the benefits of following a rubric developed by the staff for working to their potential.
Academic Team Awards Program During a special awards program on May 26, 2011 beginning at 6:30 P.M. in the Sedley Steward Auditorium, the 2010-2011 Lee County Middle School Academic Team will be recognized and presented several awards based on their performance during the past academic season.  Parents and friends are cordially invited to attend.
"Thinking Caps" What's new at L.C.M.S.?  Each student received their very own "thinking cap"  which was autographed by their classmates.  This motivational activity was to get students thinking about how to be at their BEST for the TEST. 
L.C.M.S. Conservation Essay Winners Writing pays off for these two sixth graders.  They were the first and second place winners in the annual conservation essay contest.  This year's topic was on Soil.  Each girl received her cash award at the annual conservation banquet held on Thursday evening in the high school cafteria. 
L.C.M.S. Spring Parent Teacher Night
March 18th, 2011
4:00-6:00 P.M.
 
Pick up 4th term report cards,
Visit your child’s teachers,
Enjoy student entertainment and
Pick up your copy of the Parent Homework
Handbook (This is a wonderful guide to
use to help your students with schoolwork.)
 
Food will be provided so you don’t have to worry
about going home to cook!!!

First School Wide Reward for 2011 Students showed off their kick ball talent as they competed against fellow students in the first whole school reward at Lee County Middle School.  Reward was given to all students who have tried their best this week on all school work and related tasks.
Spring Parent Teacher Night Parents and Guardians of Lee County Middle School students were invited on March 15th from 4:00 PM until 6:00 PM to visit with their child/children's teachers, pick up the fourth term report card, enjoy student entertainment, get a copy of the Parent Homework Handbook, and have refreshments. 
Yearbook Sale
The yearbook committee is currently taking orders for the 2010-2011 yearbooks.  The cost of the yearbook is $21.00.  Anyone who would like to reserve a copy can do so by paying the full amount or deposit $5.00 and pay the remaining $16.00 when the yearbook comes in.  Last day to reserve a copy will be March 21st.

Freaky Cat Day School spirit and Freaky Friday meshed with Pink for Cancer Awareness.  The result:  Freaky Cat Friday.  Check out the Photo Gallery for more laughs.
L.C.M.S. Places Third in Governor’s Cup 2011 The KAAC Region 19 Governor’s Cup was held on Saturday, February 5, 2011in Irvine, Kentucky at the Estill County Middle School. Advancing to the State Competition for LCMS in science and social studies written assessments will be...
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Sixth Grade Showcase Results On Saturday, December 11th, the Lee County Middle School competed in the annual Kentucky Colonels Sixth Grade Showcase.
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Winner of Food Drive Mrs. Brandenburg's and Mrs. Brinergar's home rooms won the Ice Cream Social for having the most items brought in for the annual food drive sponsored by the National Junior Beta Club.  Everyone enjoyed their reward.  Thank you, Junior Beta Club.
Beta Club Induction Ceremony Junior Beta Club candidates were inducted in a special ceremony on December 2nd. in the Sedley Stewart Auditorium. 
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Miss Kentucky 2010 Djuan Trent, Miss Kentucky 2010, in a special assembly on November 23rd, shared her three keys to success (attitude, gratitude, and multitude).
Middle School Wins Holiday Bowl
On Saturday, November 20th, the Lee County Middle School hosted and competed in the annual  Holiday Bowl. 

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Veterans Program 2010 Honoring our finest men and women in uniform, past and present, was the goal of the assembly held in the Sedley Stewart Auditorium on the Wednesday before Veteran's Day.  Everyone in attendance felt the pride, sadness, and allegiance expressed through song, speeches, and music.
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Home and Garden Party Fundraiser
Lee County Middle School will begin a school-wide fundraiser on Friday, Oct.29th.  It will run through the first 2 weeks of November.  The fundraiser is through Home and Garden Party with Lesa Caudill. Proceeds will be put in the student activity fund to help fund field trips.  Thank you for supporting this worthwhile event.

Halloween Dance at L.C.M.S. Jamming Music! Boisterous Dancers!
You missed out if you weren't at the first
student council dance on Tuesday, October 26th.  

See Photo Gallery for more pictures.

Woolly Worm Princess Here she is.......
Cross-Country Winners at LCMS
The Lee Co. Middle School Boys Cross Country team took the 1st place trophy at the Beast of the East competition on September 11th in Owsley Co. 

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Science Roller Coaster Project Mr. Burton's science classes are having the
grandest time learning ...

Three Eighth Graders Win $100 Mrs. Susan Kincaid of the Lee County Health Department presented a check for $100 to three eighth grade girls for ...
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L.C.M.S. Eighth Grade Graduation The Lee County Middle School Eighth Grade Graduation was held on Friday, June 4th beginning at 7:00 P.M.  The high school gym was filled as family and friends watched their loved ones receive their diploma.  We wish each student the best of luck during their high school years and hope to see them walk across another stage four years from now.  See Photo Gallery for photographs.
Earth Day/Green Day 2010 Jackson Energy, Lee County Conservation, Forestry Department, PRIDE, as well as several local people were involved in the Lee County Middle School Green Day 2010 sessions held on June 1st.
Presentations and presenters were:  CHICKEN FARMING - James/Rhonda Kash; RAIN BARREL PROJECT - Mark Davis, PRIDE; DIRT PUDDING - Principal

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L.C.M.S. Awards Day 2010 Certificates! Plaques! Trophies!  Students with all A's in each content area as well as those who participated in clubs and afterschool extra curricular activities were the recipients of special recogniton during the annual end of the year awards program at Lee County Middle School.  Congratulations to all winners.  See Photo Gallery.
Healthy Track Day at L.C.M.S. On Friday, May 28, 2010 Lee County middle school students and teachers participated in Healthy Track Day which consisted of presentations on ...
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Mr. Distinguished Visits L.C.M.S. Make way!  Make way!  Make way for MR. DISTINGUISHED!!!  This L.C.M.S. student was distinguished in all areas of the 2008-2009 K.C.C.T. test.  So this year he became the new Mr. Distinguished.  He talked to the students via an on-stage interview about how he came to be and what they could do to become Mr. Distinguished.
DUKE TIP Talent Search Results Dakota Ross, Bethany Kirby, Jared Begley, and Michael Evans scored high enough on the DUKE TIP Talent Search test to qualify for state recognition on May 28th at Western Kentucky University.  Michael, also, qualified for national recognition.
Fourth School-Wide Reward Champion
Lee County Middle School celebrated its fourth school wide reward with a BEACH PARTY! 

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Pi Day at L.C.M.S The math team at Lee County Middle School decided to assist their students in learning the value of Pi by having a little fun along the way.  Hense a designated Pi Day.  Students were encouraged to design their own t shirt.  The lunchroom staff served Pi for lunch.  So what is Pi?
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MathCounts Team Advance to State Justin Austin, Michael Evans, William Little, and Dakota Ross placed second in the team event and have earned a chance to compete at the State MathCounts ...
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MathCounts Scholarship Winner Hayley Brewer, a Lee County Middle School student, will receive a $500 scholarship upon graduation for earning the top score at the MathCounts Chapter competition Saturday, February 27th.   Hayley along with second place team members Justin Austin, Michael Evans, William Little, and Dakota Ross have ... 
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Chaney's Pyramid Project Mr. Chaney, social studies teacher at LCMS is integrating history, mathematics, and language arts in his classroom.  Students are involved in learning as they use math to make small pyramids in order to build a larger structure.  Students will then write a how-to paper on the entire process. 
See Photo Gallery.

Math Winner from Lee County And the third place winner in mathematics in Region 19 of the Governor's Cup is....... Justin Austin, an eighth grader at Lee County Middle School.  Justin is the son of Fred and Janice Austin.  He has competed in mathematics since elementary school and has always excelled.  Congratulations, Justin. 
Region 19 Quick Recall Champions During the KAAC Regional 19 Governor’s Cup held on Saturday, February 13, 2010 in Irvine, Kentucky, the Lee ...
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District 72 Runner-Up
Once again the Lee County Middle School places second in the District Governor's Cup. 

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Christmas Dance Students had a blast at the winter dance sponsored by the student council on December 15th.
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AR Winner at LCMS
The sixth grade language arts students at Lee County Middle School challenged one another for an AR competition to acquire more points than their competitor during a four-week period. 

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Sixth Grade Showcase
Sixth grade members of the academic team faced opponents from other middle schools in the annual KY Colonels’ Sixth Grade Showcase.

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LCMS Wins Academic Competition For the second consecutive year in a row, LCMS wins the KY PRIDE BOWL commonly known as the Academic Holiday Bowl.
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