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Lee Kornegay Intermediate

Lee Kornegay Intermediate School, located in the rural mining community of Miami, Arizona, services students in the third, fourth, and fifth grade.  Our students enjoy a rigorous curriculum that is data driven, promoting and celebrating the mastery of Arizona state standards; while also being taught art, music, physical education, computer literacy, and anti-bullying.  

Beginning this January, our Vandal families will also have the opportunity to participate in Arizona State University’s American Dream Academy, an 8-week program, where families gain the tools and confidence to join forces with schools and communities to make sure their children have successful academic careers and prepare for a university experience.  

If you are interested in becoming part of our school community, please do not hesitate to contact our school office. We would love to hear from you.  

At Lee Kornegay, 

we are kind; we are honest; 

we give compliments; we laugh a lot; 

we make mistakes; 

we have big dreams; 

we are peaceful; we work hard; 

we never give up!  

We are Vandals!

Brittney Johnson
Office Secretary
Sue Mitchell
Health Aide
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Vandal Voices is a ground-breaking project in partnership with Miami Unified School District for students, grades kinder to fifth. We have devised “creative stations” on storytelling, visual arts, poetry and drama on Fridays this fall at Lee Kornegay Intermediate School that encourage creative exploration and self-expression. A significant goal of this project is to teach creative practices for emotional processing and to foster a brave space for healthy social interaction as counterpoints to the isolation and anxiety sustained by the pandemic. Just by walking through the space for five minutes, we overheard a kid introducing Bamboo, the Panda to her puppet friends and another child writing an acrostic poem of her name where “A stands for Amazing.” We saw a group of children hopping like frogs in their character masks to the beat of the drum and another group of children finger painting their favorite memory with happy colors.
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Lee Kornegay Intermediate
Fax Number: 928-425-3051