Richard J Lee Elementary kicks of the Great Kindness Challenge with a whole-school banner parade.
OH WHAT FUN! Love greeting our friends this morning in such a BIG way! #rjlyear10 #rjl10ve
We're thrilled to announce Kristi Howard is Lee's Teacher of the Year! She is a beloved figure in our school community. From creative lessons, to personalized attention to every child, she is a master of creating a nurturing and safe environment where learners thrive! #rjlyear10
We saved the best for last. A BIG LEE thank you to our one and only Ed Hall. We appreciate you educating our learners every single day and being an amazing role model for us all. #rj10ve
Your courage and sacrifice have made our country what it is today. Thank you for your service. #rj10ve
Ours is a country filled with promise for tomorrow — because ours is a history shaped by heroes like you. #rj10ve
Today, we are reminded that we should not take our freedoms for granted, and thank those men and women who have provided those freedoms. #VeteransDay #rj10ve
@NetZeroLee would like to express its profound appreciation to the brave Americans who have heeded the call to serve our nation. Today, we celebrate our veterans with some #rj10ve.
Those who live in freedom will always be grateful to those who helped preserve it. Today, we honor our veterans @NetZeroLee. Thank you for your service. #rj10ve
To all our veterans: Thank you for bravely doing what you were called to do so we can safely do what we’re free to do. We appreciate you more than you know. #rj10ve
“We don’t know them all, but we owe them all.” - Unknown.
Today, @NetZeroLee would like to show our gratitude for those who have served on our behalf. #rj10ve
“A hero is someone who understands the responsibility that comes with his freedom.” - Bob Dylan.
Thank you veterans. Today, we honor all the sacrifices you have made for our freedoms. #rj10ve
Today, we recognize those who have protected and safeguarded the liberties and freedoms that define our country. Thank you to Lee parent Aura-Lee Imada for your service. #rj10ve
We are sending some special #rj10ve to our Veterans today. Special thank you to Master Sgt. Denise Harmon, mom of @MissHarmony307.
RJL would like to thank all its veterans for their service. Sgt. Khan, we appreciate you. #rj10ve
Our first Spirit Night is coming up this Thursday, 10/26, from 5-8pm. Grab a pizza on your way home from Trunk or Treat for an easy dinner & support PTO at the same time! Use code 1399A when ordering online or show this flyer to have 20% go towards RJL PTO! Order here!
Join us on Thursday Night for Trunk or Treat in the front car loop.
Red Ribbon Week is here. Join us as we participate in Spirit Days.
Monday- Be Mindful- wear Red
Tuesday- Use your Head and Your Heart- wear hearts
Wednesday- Dreams, Not Drugs- wear pajamas
Thursday- Be Kind to Your Mind Rain or Shine- wear yellow or rain gear
Friday- RJL is Drug Free- wear your house color
Celebrating White Cane Day Oct. 15 — My name is Daniel Jimenez. I am a sophomore at Coppell High School, and I was born with albinism, a visual impairment. This Sunday, Oct. 15, we celebrate White Cane Day, a day to commemorate the independence of people with visual impairments. The white cane was a device made for blind people for mobility purposes, to help blind people with movement and environmental awareness. Over time, as more people started using the white cane, White Cane Day was established by Lyndon B. Johnson. So, this Sunday, I am taking the day to celebrate White Cane Day. Living with a visual impairment has been difficult, and I’ve had my trials and struggles over the years, but being here in Coppell ISD has helped me learn and experience how to thrive and achieve my goals even with a visual impairment. If you’re wondering how you can help create a safer space for visually impaired individuals, here is a good tip. If you see a person with a cane, especially on the sidewalk, giving them a little more space can make it easier for them to check their surroundings. #CISDStudentMade by Daniel Jimenez #CISDMissionPossible
Learners taking the lead — Today, at Lakeside (5th Grade), Richard J. Lee, Mockingbird, Valley Ranch, and Wilson (a mix of both learner-led and parent-teacher conferences) Elementary Schools, learners took the reins in learner-led parent-teacher conferences. Students shared their academic accomplishments and progress, as well as the areas in which they want to grow. By leading the way, these students, along with teachers and parents, are making our CISD mission of creating profound learning experiences for every child possible. #CISDMissionPossible