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Parents - Our district has prepared a plan for virtual school.  If you are considering virtual school, please review the plan, and then, you can complete the online enrollment.

Please try the Family Choice Virtual School link and the attached PDF.


The mission of Robert E. Lee Junior High School is to provide a safe place where all students can achieve their academic potential.  



Welcome to Lee Junior High!


As you have heard, the governor has closed schools for students effectively at the end of today.  In the governor's proclamation , he stated that the school year was not extending, and the days are not being made up for students.  
We plan to make available enrichment work for students that will be placed on school website, teacher website, and parents will also be allowed to pick up enrichment packets. 

UPDATED REMIND CODES Parents/Students - During this unexpected break, many of the teachers will be communicating via Remind. If you have not signed up for your teachers' Remind classes, the attached file has a list of the subjects/courses/classes/codes for you to be able to enroll in the class. We hope this will be of assistance to you. Thanks!

You can also use this link to ensure it is the most up to date information on Remind codes. 


Our teachers have been working diligently to make sure the students will have access to enrichment materials during this extended time off.  By this Thursday, we have links to all the regular curriculum posted on our website in case you would like for your child to have access to it, and each teacher will have enrichment materials posted on his/her website by Thursday as well. Also, enrichment packets will be available for pick up at the school starting Thursday for those without access to the digital format.  We will send more information regarding pickup times by Wednesday.  Students can come to collect their books/binders from their lockers from 9-1 Monday – Thursday this week if needed.



Read&Write is a set of tools available on your child's computer that allow for things such as online text and documents being read aloud by the computer, and tools to help with writing. For more information on Read&Write click here: Read&Write.pdf 


Free School Meals Information: During this unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic all children age 18 years and younger have the opportunity to pick up free meals, no meals applications or pre-existing criteria for free meals is required. Simply arrive at any school sites listed below at designated times. Monroe City Schools will be serving breakfast and lunch at seven schools. Pick-up times will be from 10:30 a.m. to noon starting Tuesday, March 17. 

Schools students can go to are listed below: 

• Barkdull Faulk Elementary 
• Berg Jones Elementary 
• Madison James Foster Elementary 
• Roy Neal Shelling Elementary 
• Sallie Humble Elementary 
• Carroll Junior High 
• Wossman High School 







Because education is a profession dedicated to service, specifically service to the youth, the faculty and administration of Lee Jr. High, hold the following to be basic tenets of our philosophy:

            1. That education is a service designed to provide each student the maximum

                possible opportunity, commensurate with his/her abilities, for self-development 

                and personal growth in the areas of academic achievement, emotional maturity,

                physical development, moral growth, aesthetic appreciation, ethical codes, and 

                social adaptability.

            2. That each student at Lee Jr. High School should be encouraged to develop a

                positive self-concept, the ability to function adequately as a useful citizen of a

                democratic society, and the desire to contribute individually to one’s society

                and culture.

            3. That the educator best prepared to implement our educational philosophy is one

                who has a high regard for the profession, who derives sincere and profound

                enjoyment from contributing to the development of youth through direct

                contact as well as through a close relationship with those elements of the

                community most highly involved with youth training and development, and

                who is able through integrity and cooperativeness to forge a close working

                relationship with fellow educators.

Mrs. Dana Mullins

Mrs. Patricia Carter
Assistant Principal

Mr. Danzie Pierce
Assistant Principal

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