Calling all Future Roadrunners!

On Thursday, April 22 we will hold an online Kinder Round-Up to welcome the families of next year’s kindergarteners to Russell Lee Elementary School.

Registration for this event is required and can be completed by following the link below.

👉 http://bit.ly/LeeRoundup21

Living Tree is Lee Elementary’s private communication application used for official communications, including updates on Lee Elementary’s school plan(s) during the COVID-19 outbreak from faculty and staff.  This platform allows parents, teachers, and faculty to easily and quickly reach the right people and communicate in a secure environment.  Learn more details about Living Tree.

The PTA newsletters are used for PTA grade-level communications, after-school clubs and general information of interest to parents of Lee students.  Keep In Touch by joining various social media groups.

The Roadrunner Report is a news publication written by students to inform the Lee community about politics, statewide issues, and student cultural interests. With a team of 15 students in 4th and 5th grade, The Roadrunner Report is dedicated to delivering factual and thoughtful journalism that matters to the students and families of Russell Lee Elementary.

1 month ago
Happy First Day of School! It was great to welcome so many new Roadrunners and their families today. Our annual Tears and Cheers event had both & served as an important reminder of the trust that is placed in us each year by so many families. Thank you all! ⁦ @Leahgilbert30https://t.co/MODfIwTQZK LeeRoadrunners photo
1 month ago
🍎Let @AustinISD take breakfast and lunch off your plate.🍎

All Austin ISD students receive free meals this school year, regardless of household income. No application or documentation is required to receive free meals.

View daily menus at https://t.co/gzLQvUj0Ct. https://t.co/W29SKy1VCH
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1 month ago
"I realize, of course, that the governor’s executive order may mean that we will be fined for requiring masks. I’d rather pay money than risk a child’s life," @AustinISDsupt Stephanie Elizalde. https://t.co/5GWn0Otv8O