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Adult Night Out - This Friday Dec. 15, 2017

ADULT NIGHT OUT!!

NEED A NIGHT TO SHOP? HAVE A QUIET DINNER OUT? OR JUST HAVE A NIGHT TO YOURSELF?

Drop your child/children off for 3 hours on
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2017
6:00 PM-9:00 PM
at Lee Elementary School Cafeteria

Children from Kindergarten - 6th Grade are welcome.
Children may come dressed in pajamas and can bring a sleeping bag and pillow.
***All children must be signed in and out.***

COST: $15.00 PER CHILD (max per family $30.00)
Games, movie and snack included.

Fill out information below and turn bottom only into the LES office.
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Child/children’s name(s) ________________________________________
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Parent/Guardian Name(s) _______________________________________
Phone numbers for contact in case of emergency:
#1 Name _________________________  Number ________________  
#2 Name _________________________   Number ________________

Food Allergies: _______________________________________________
Other Allergies: _______________________________________________
Anything you would like us to know about your child __________________  ____________________________________________________________

This is a fundraiser for LES Robotics team held by Mrs. Duhon, Mrs. Brock-Hearn and the LES robotics team.

LES Participates in Berkshire Museum's Festival of Trees

 



This year Lee Elementary School has collaborated with Jacob's Pillow to have a decorated tree in the Festival of Trees at the Berkshire Museum.  Jacob's Pillow payed for the cost of a full size tree and gave the art teacher advertising materials to use to create ornaments.  Mr. Boule had 3rd and 4th grade students make a two sided ornament where one side has collage imagery of Jacob's Pillow and the other demonstrates radial symmetry using colored foam sheets, sequins, and wiggly eyes.  Visit the Berkshire Museum to see this tree and many others created by local artists and organizations.

                          

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