Library Books Under Review

Kaitlin Arocho,   Editor-in-Chief   On October 28, 2021, Texas lawmaker, Matt Krause, sent out a list consisting of 850 books. This list of books was sent to school districts all across Texas along with a message that asked the schools to report any book from the list that is housed in a campus library, along with how much money was […]

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8th Grade Visit a Huge Success

Kaitlin Arocho,  Editor-in-Chief On Wednesday, January 12 the 8th graders from both Nimitz and Jackson Middle Schools made a visit to the LEE campus. They came to watch a pep rally during first and second period, to learn about the electives offered here, and to get a since of what awaits them in high school.   The pep rally had […]

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Spotlight: NESA Instrumental Music

Kaitlin Arocho, Editor-in-Chief On Thursday, Sept. 30, NESA’s Instrumental Music majors had their first concert of the year. The concert consisted of twelve songs, ranging from classical “Sonata No. 8, Op. 13” by Beethoven to the more mainstream classic “Isn’t She Lovely” by Stevie Wonder. The concert had five piano solos, five collective orchestra pieces, one acoustic guitar solo, and […]

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Beloved Teacher Lost to Covid-19

Lesly Rodriguez, Staff Reporter The morning of Thursday, September 2, LEE High School sustained its first loss due to the Covid-19 pandemic when Special Education math teacher, Ms. Laurie Marrero, passed away at her home due to complications from the virus.    Ms. Marrero was diagnosed with Covid-19 about a month before her passing according to information provided to Principal […]

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Students Stay Home in Wake of Threat

Yesenia Velasquez, Staff Reporter LEE High School was the subject of a social media shooting threat on Monday, September 6. The Labor Day post, which appeared on both Instagram and Snapchat warned of a possible shooting when students returned from the long weekend on Tuesday, leaving many students concerned about the legitimacy of this threat and their safety on campus […]

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Colleges Begin ‘Test-Optional’ Application Process

Chris Loustaunau, Staff Reporter Many colleges this year will not be requiring SAT/ACT scores on applications for incoming freshmen. If a college chooses a “test-optional” admissions process, students will not have to submit their ACT or SAT scores in order for their application to be reviewed and accepted. If a student does include their test scores in their application, this […]

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Game (back) On!

Kaitlin Arocho, Staff Reporter On Friday, August 20, in room M212, the Tabletop Game Club had their first meeting of the year, and their first in-person meeting in over 18 months. The turnout was fantastic, with 24 students showing up to battle it out in their favorite board, card, and RPG games. Last year there was an attempt to continue […]

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Model UN Team Begins Preparations

Xander Stout, Staff Reporter LEE’s Model United Nations team will hold it’s first meeting on Wednesday, September 1, in Ms. Jacobie’s room, after school at 4:30 p.m. Model UN is a club which aims to simulate the processes of the United Nations, allowing participants to run through scenarios while emulating the various nations of the world and their representatives to […]

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Football Season Kicks Off Amid Downpour

Sebastian Bingaman, Staff Reporter The LEE Volunteers varsity football team kicked off their season on Saturday, August 28th at 7:00 p.m. against the Holmes Huskies at Comalander Stadium after a brief delay due to weather.  This year the Volunteers are looking to improve their record, coming off of a 1-11 season in 2020.  The season opens with two non-district games, […]

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Varsity Soccer Heads to State Final

Sebastian Bingaman, Staff Reporter It’s been a long road for the boys varsity soccer team, who is now preparing to play for a state championship on Saturday, April 16th in Georgetown, Texas.  The Volunteers have been looking for the glory of a state title for a while. In 2019, they fell 4-1 in PKs in a heartbreaking loss in the […]

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