Monday 1/27/20 Be Bright Day! Wear your brightest color top (neon would be awesome!!!) Be sure it is still in LCS dress code and bottoms must still be Alee dress code. Tuesday 1/28/20 Twin Day! Come dressed like your bestie but be prepared to take a picture! Be sure it is still in LCS dress code and bottoms must still be Alee dress code. Wednesday 1/29/20 Wear Yellow! Our Eagle will go around to take pictures with those participating in wearing yellow - could be a yellow shirt or yellow socks :) as long as it is majority yellow and LCS appropriate and bottoms must still be Alee dress code – you will also receive a yellow SCW scarf if you are participating…
View on YouTube Good Evening Parents & Students! This is Mrs. Emerick. I wanted to take a moment to call to welcome you back for the second semester of the school year. Tomorrow, Tuesday, January 7, 2020 all students will receive a new schedule for the new semester. Mrs. Daniel and I spent several hours checking and rechecking credits to ensure that all students have the classes they need to be productive and finish this school year strong.
View on YouTube Good evening parents and students this is Miss Emerick. Just a reminder that tomorrow November 4th 2019 we will begin our after school tutoring. Tutoring begins as soon as all students have been dismissed and ends promptly at 2:15. Unfortunately we are unable to provide transportation home after tutoring so students will need to arrange for transportation at 2:15. Tutoring is available Monday through Thursday.
View on YouTube I hope you have enjoyed your weekend and are getting ready for another successful week at school. I have a few announcements for the upcoming week. Tomorrow, Monday, October 28th is National Chocolate Day! To celebrate, we invite you to represent your favorite kind of chocolate. If you love milk chocolate or dark chocolate, wear a shade of brown shirt but if you prefer white chocolate, please wear a white shirt.
Title 1 After School Tutoring begins Monday November 4, 2019. All students are encouraged to attend. This is a perfect opportunity for students to strengthen their skills in reading, math, and science. Unfortunately, we are unable to provide transportation at the conclusion of the tutoring session each day, so transportation will be the responsibility of the student, parent and/or guardian. Please contact Ms. Emerick for more information or to sign up!
View on YouTube This week will begin with bringing awareness to Breast Cancer and wearing pink tomorrow! Please show your support of those that are fighting breast cancer as well as those that have survived. On Wednesday, we will join Lake County Schools once again and unite against bullying by wearing Orange. Bullying has no place in our schools and we need to all step up and show our support to stop this behavior.
View on YouTube Good evening parents and student! I wanted to remind you that tomorrow we will host another blood drive on our campus from 7:30am to 1pm. Please be sure that you drink plenty of water tonight and eat a healthy breakfast. If you have not yet scheduled your appointment it’s not too late. Please see Miss Jenkins first thing in the morning and we will be sure to get you on the Big Red Bus before dismissal.
Stop Human Trafficking. Who: Middle / high school teachers and parents. When: Wednesday, October 30, 2019: 5:00-7:00 pm Where: Alee Academy, 1705 E CR 44, Eustis, FL 32736 What: Informational session with a panel of experts dealing with human trafficking. Helpful tips to keep our kids safe. Presenters: Lake County Sheriff’s Office and Lifeboat Please RSVP ASAP email [email protected]
We are having our annual spaghetti dinner fundraiser on Friday October 18, 2019 from 5-7 pm. Tickets are available from staff, students, or in the school office for $10.00 each. Dinner includes spaghetti and meatballs, garlic bread, and salad. Drinks and desserts will be available for an small additional fee. Please come out and support our school. All contributions will help make graduation and other expenses more affordable for our students.