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Girls Varsity Swim Breaks Two School Records at Regionals
Nothing wakes you up quite like diving into a cold pool on a cold morning, which is a daily occurrence for the talented athletes of the LEE varsity swim team. This morning five swimmers from LEE competed in the regional swim meet at the Bill Walke (More)
LEE Awarded Texas Purple Star
LEE High School has been officially designated as a military family friendly campus by the Texas Education Agency. The Purple Star designation was established by the TEA in 2020 as a means to recognize campuses that go above and beyond to facilitate (More)
Class pets bring a new sense of community to the classroom
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This is what it's like to get the Covid-19 vaccine
Monica Smith | staff writer The state opened up vaccine eligibility for all Texans on March 29 which means now even students can get in line. Junior Ava Cadena is one of the high school students who was able to get the vaccination.  “My step (More)
The first day of school in February
by Chloe Jordan | tech editor The shift from pure isolation and confinement to crowded hallways and talkative classrooms. Backpacks zipping, pages turning, pencils sharpening. All things that define a classroom, which have been untouched for nearl (More)
Learning the risks, rewards are financial investing
Isai Carmona | staff writer During the late 1400s, Antwerp, or modern day Belgium, was seen as the center of international trade. Merchants bought goods anticipating that prices will rise in order to net them a profit, and the idea of bonds was ro (More)
PTA Reflections Contest: I Matter to Myself
The arts are a vital element of a complete and competitive education. The PTA Reflections Contest is a National PTA art recognition program that encourages students of all ages and abilities to experience the benefits of creative expression to tell t (More)
The search for Squishmallows
[poll id="10764861"]by Chloe Jordan | tech editor The trend of buying Squishmallows has erupted recently. They are constantly sold out from the entire list of retailers that supply them.  “I first heard about them from my sister, after when I w (More)
Tired of wasting time during spring break? Here's a guide to actually make the most out of it this year
By Monica Smith | staff writer The spring break that students once expected was fulfilled by the anticipated ringing of the 8th-period bell, papers flying high up in the air, races to the bus stop, and the relief of being free from due dates and h (More)
What The US Did Wrong
We entered 2020 naively with hope for the future, never imagining what could come ahead. In late 2019, a virus similar to the SARS virus spread through China starting in wet markets in Wuhan. It quickly spread across the world taking hundreds of thou (More)
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