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Last Issue

ATTENTION: We are currently in the progress of putting together our final paper for the 2014-2015 school year. Our current editor will be graduating this year. Please, make sure you follow the blog so that when the new editor arrives in the fall you will be notified of new work immediately. Thank you to everyone who has supported us along the way as we transitioned from a small school paper to an online blog and news feed. We hope you have enjoyed what we have created and we can’t wait to bring you our final issue. Great things are to come for all of our students. It all has to start somewhere, thank you being our beginning. traveller logo

Special! Special!

Issue #11 of The Traveller is officially posted! In this issue, read more about the history, the many organizations, and the controversys about shoes. We want to thank everyone who reads The Traveller. Every like, share, comment, and view helps! We are currently working to fix any images that are not being displayed in the paper. We hope you enjoy the articles that our students have worked so hard on this month.

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Dance Postponed

Unfortunately the Dance for Hunger has been postponed. If you were planning on attending, please voice to administration your support for the cause so we can officially choose a new date. Thank you! 

 

Dance for Hunger

Friday February 27th at the Lee cafeteria students can come dance the night away while supporting a great cause. Robert E. Lee High School’s Key club is working in association with National Honors Society to host a school dance. Not only is this a fun and exciting event for the students but all proceeds will go towards Stop Hunger Now. Established in 1998 Stop Hunger Now is an organization that aims to stop hunger by sending meal packages, including vitamins and medical supplies, to countries in need. Even if you aren’t in the mood to attend a dance or if you aren’t a student but still want to help, we will take any donations given in order to help those who need it. Tickets are only $5! The dance is semi-formal and goes from 8 to 11. We hope to see many friendly faces. Don’t hesitate to give donations. Key club needs your help to Stop Hunger Now

By: Emma Sue Sims