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  • April 14, 2015 at 9:00 a.m.
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  • Calendar Changes Due to Inclement Weather
     
    * Friday, March 27 - 2 Hour Early Release for Students
     
    * The following dates are make-up days
    (school will be in session):
    Monday, April 6
    Monday, June 8
    Tuesday, June 9
    [June 8 is a 2 hour early release for LEE HIGH ONLY.  June 9 is a 2 hour early release for all schools.]

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  • School Board Votes for New High School
    At their monthly meeting in March,
    the Staunton City School Board voted to
    move forward with plans to build a new
    state-of-the-art comprehensive high
    school on a new site. Read More
    RE Lee High School                         

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  • Shelburne Teacher Receives DAR Award
    Heather Cooper Receives DAR Award
    Shelburne Middle School social studies
    teacher Heather Cooper was recognized                         
    as the area’s Outstanding Teacher of
    American History by The Beverley Manor
    Chapter of the Daughters of the
    American Revolution. Read More

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  • Reconstruction: A Factory Education
    McSwain students recreated a
    production line in their 4th-grade
    Virginia Studies class. Read More
       McSwain Factory                        
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  • Lee Student Competed for Unusual Scholarship
    Marcus Warren
    A Robert E. Lee High School senior
    competed for an unusual scholarship            
    in February. Read More

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  • Lee Students Visit Monticello
    Over one hundred students in AP
    US History and US/VA History
    ventured over the mountain recently to
    visit the home of Thomas Jefferson.
    Lee Students Visit Monticello                           
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 Student Advocate March 2015
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