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About Us

Lee is a seventh and eighth grade middle school located in almost the exact center of Woodland, California. About 800 students, representing the cultural, socioeconomic, and ethnic diversity of Woodland are currently enrolled. We view our school as a community which has a rich cultural environment.

Our school was named in honor of Harriett S. Lee who taught in Woodland schools during the turn of the century. She was the first woman appointed to the Yolo County Board of Education in 1892. In 1968, 17 years after her death, Miss Lee was recognized by a California legislative proclamation acknowledging her as the founder of Mother's Day in California. Miss Lee's passion for learning, her great desire for fairness, and her love and respect for students pervades the school bearing her name.


Through establishing staff collaboration, building positive relationships, and setting high expectations we will ensure every student succeeds at something productive and valuable to both student and school community.
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Lee Middle School Activities Calendar

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-7th Grade Basketball/Wrestling Info Meeting 12:30PM

-Victor Services:  Cyberbullying Presentations During PE

-Girls Volleyball 4:00P, @DMS

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-Cross Country YCAL Finals, 4PM

-School Site Council Meeting, 3:30PM, Room 4

-Program GREAT In 7th Grade Social Science Classes

-Earthquake Drill/Evacuation, 2nd Period Classes

-Girls Volleyball, 4PM, @LMS

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Weekly High Light:

Wonderful Wildcat Family:

This week we had our annual Fall Run.  It was meticulously organized by our amazing P.E. team, and various members of the Community showed up to provide support.  We had school staff/community members on bikes, at crosswalks and street corners and almost everywhere else along the route ensuring that students were having fun and safe.  Thank you to everyone for their support.

This week we wanted to put the spotlight on one of our new team members.  Say hi to Mr. Jose Gerardo Hernandez. Mr. Hernandez teaches Dual Immersion US/World History, and US Teacher.  He is from the town of Porterville, and has quickly become a part of our family. Some of his hobbies include listening and dancing to music, playing soccer, learning, cooking, traveling, hiking and swimming. If you see him around the halls, please say hi and let him know how much we appreciate having him here with us.

Upcoming Dates

  • October 22, ELD Unit 1 Testing Window Open

  • October 22, 2018:  7th Grade Basketball Tryouts Start

  • October 23, 2018:  Health Connected Curriculum Night, 7PM

  • October 24, 2018:  CPR, First Aid, AED Class, 3:30PM

  • October 25, 2018:  Fall Sports Banquet, 6:30PM