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Students, teachers have been experiencing an increase in student apathy
by Rebecca Griffith | staff writer The virtual learning environment has made it difficult for students to be successful in class. Teachers and students alike have been changing how they approach their work to help increase grades.  “When I was (More)
Local businesses increase pay, students react
by Isai Carmona | staff writer On April 6, 2021, Bill Miller's Bar-B-Q increased their minimum wage to $12, not to mention they increased every current employee's wage by a dollar. With Texas not seeing a minimum wage increase since 2009, this new (More)
ASL Talent Show
Every year, Mr. Kitterman and some of his ASL students put on a talent show in which students perform ASL songs, skits, and representations of deaf culture. Last year the talent show was unable to be in person due to COVID, but this year after lots o (More)
A Senior Year To Remember
As the road comes to an end, it sure was an odd one for the class of 2021. From social distancing to daily Zoom calls we made it to the end. And with less than a month remaining until graduation many things were left canceled for this year's seniors. (More)
How end-of-the-year projects are going to look this year
by Monica Smith | staff writer Every student knows that, with the end of the school year approaching, there's also a group project bound to be assigned in every class. But with half the school being online and the other half in-person, the project (More)
Trying Boba
Bubble tea (boba), is a Taiwanese cold drink made with tea, sweetened milk or other flavorings, and balls or “pearls” of tapioca.   Tong's Thai The First location was Tong’s Thai restaurant. When you arrive you can’t go in so I ordered outside and (More)
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)
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