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Six Lee Students' Art is Part of Statewide Art Exhibit in Boston

To celebrate Youth Art Month in March student art from across the commonwealth will be featured in a giant art exhibit at the State Transportation Building in Boston.  Art teachers are allowed to send in six works and Mr. Boule has sent in three from the elementary school and three from the middle school. These artworks are from Sophia Puntin, Mia Puleri, Payton Simmons,Tim Besaw, Kylie Joyce, and Rachel Wendling.  There works will be on display from February 5th to March 27th and for more information please check http://www.massarted.com/yam.html.





Winter Concerts - Grades 3 & 4 on January 16th and Grades 5 & 6 on January 18th

WINTER CONCERTS
3rd and 4th Grade
(Chorus, Beginning Band, Recorders)
Tuesday, January 16, 2018 at 7 p.m.

5th and 6th Grade
(Chorus, Concert, Symphony, Jazz Bands)
Thursday, January 18, 2018 at 7 p.m.

Snow Date for both: Friday, January 19, 2018 at 7 p.m.

*Both concerts are in the Zukowski Performing Arts Center Auditorium at LMHS.
*Band and Chorus students should arrive at 6:40 dressed in concert attire.
*Recorders should arrive at 6:50 to find their seat and recorder.

Concert Attire:
Boys: Dress pants and dress shirt with a tie, if possible.
Girls: Dress pants and top or dresses/skirts knee length or longer.




LES Grades 3- 5 Life Skills Program begins

LES Families,

Starting on December 12, 2017, we will welcome the District Attorney's educators to LES for the Lifeskills program! This program was such a wonderful addition to our social, emotional and health curriculum last year (and for the past three years for grade 6) that we we extremely excited when the opportunity arose for the 17-18 school year!
Grades 3-5 will be offered an eight week program and grade six a 15 week program, meeting once per week!
Please do not hesitate to contact Heather Lucy, School Adjustment Counselor, or Kate Retzel, Principal, with any questions you may have!

Respectfully yours,

LES and DA’s Office Educators

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