Monthly Archive:: October 2014

‘God Made Her A Survivor To Help People’

At one of her annual "girl" appointments, teacher Tanya Delvalle's doctor

‘Cider House Rules’ Continues This Weekend

Allied Campus Theatre (LEE – ISA – STEM) will be presenting

District To Host Stroke Walk Saturday

NEISD’s Heart & Stroke Walk is this Saturday, October 25th starting at 7:30 a.m. at Nelson Wolff

LeeTV Oct. 21

LeeTV October 21, 2014 – Lee-esta Episode from LeeTV on Vimeo.

ROTC ‘s Air Rifle Team To Compete

JROTC ‘s Air Rifle Competition Team will be participating in a

Senior Photos Taken All Next Week

Seniors will go to the Library Multipurpose Room during their English

Lee-Ettes Sell Christmas Poinsettias

The Lee-Ettes are currently selling Red and White Poinsettias for $10

Early Release Set For Nov. 4 And 5

Professional development for teachers is on the menu on Tuesday and

Yoga Club Is Back

A Fall Into Poetry

 Next week, on Tuesday, October 28, NESA Creative Writers will be

Early Voting Continues

Early voting kicks off today and runs for 12 days.  There

Anything Goes Starts Off NESA’s 18th Theater Season

North East School of the Arts proudly presents the Cole Porter

MESSAGE FROM MADDIE: Your Friendly Neighborhood Of Spidermen

Despite his best efforts, we all know Peter Parker is more

A College Major? Who Needs That?

Alamo Colleges recently removed majors from their graduation plans. The decision

Going From Toros To Spurs?

On Wednesday Oct. 15, 2014, The NBA Development League officially announced the “Austin Toros”
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