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Ten LES Students Have Art at the Berkshire Museum for Youth Art Month

The Berkshire Museum annually hosts an art show of Berkshire county student art for YAM or Youth Art Month.  Mr. Boule chose ten students to represent our school in this year's show.  Having our student art on public display is a source of pride for students and helps connect the community to our talented youth.  Please visit the museum during the month of March to see all the great artwork of the next generations. 

Congratulations to the following students who were chosen as artists: 6th grade Faith Newton & Sanjana Meesala, 5th grade Kayla Marie Clark, Jeffrey Khant, & Alan Michael Victor, 4th grade Alison Scheurer, Allie Puntin, & Marcus Kearin, 3rd grade Yana Patel, 2nd grade Avery Couture.

FREE After School Program at LES!

Introducing Lee Elementary School's new free after school program! LES was awarded a grant to bring enrichment partners Flying Cloud Institute and the MA Audubon to our school to offer new science, art, and environment education experiences to our students. Programs will run from dismissal until 5:00 pm and applications will open on 2/25. Space is limited and we cannot guarantee a spot for everyone. Students should bring an extra snack on program days. See the flyer below for more details and click on the link below to register.

Click here to register!


A kindergarten workshop to explain the registration process will be held at Lee Elementary School on Wednesday, March 11, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. Parents of enrolling kindergarten students should attend this workshop. Registration packets will be distributed and short presentations on our programs will be conducted.

Registration for kindergarten and grade one children for September 2020 will be held on Wednesday, April 1, 2020 at Lee Elementary School. Children now attending kindergarten at Lee Elementary do not need to register for grade one.

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LES Students' Art to be in Boston Art Exhibit

For Youth Art Month in March the Massachusetts Art Education Association, MAEA, holds an annual statewide student art exhibit in the State Transportation Building in Boston. Art teachers throughout the Commonwealth can submit up to six student artworks to be included. Mr. Boule chose six students to be included in the show; Maddy Kotek, Olivia Willey, Jameson Kirchner, Kassidy Clark, Connor Hall, and Cara Korte. Congratulations to these students who will represent LES in the show. To find out more please check

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