These programs prepare students to be successful in a constantly changing world and to pursue advanced
educational and vocational plans.
Student achievement is rewarded through incentive programs such as the principal's All "A" Honor Roll luncheon.
of technology into the instructional program continues to be a major initiative. All instructional disciplines make extensive use of the school s two multimedia computer labs. Other computer skills are developed
through Lee's three levels of computer graphics and the technical drawing and engineering classes, which make use of a fully computerized CAD lab. A second initiative is the wiring of the entire high school to network
all school computers.
Another initiative this year is the implementation of a block, college like schedule. After a year of study and preparation, the faculty and staff have implemented a
schedule that will expand the instructional time in classes by alternating the days each class meets. Teachers and students will be assessing the impact that an extended class period will have on instruction,
attendance, and student performance.
The continued emphasis on maintaining positive communications with parents is addressed through mini-conferences, orientation programs, newsletters, and
special parent evenings. Parent volunteers are highly visible in the building and on the school governance council.
In a cooperative effort to maintain the high level of student achievement
and sense of community, the faculty, staff, and parents continue to examine programs, review data, and assess the school s mission of preparing students for their futures and helping them develop lifelong learning