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Lee Kornegay Intermediate

Lee Kornegay Intermediate
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The staff at Lee Kornegay Intermediate School is dedicated to educating our students.  Improving their knowledge and skills, however, is not our only duty.  We aim not only to educate our students, but also to help them become honest, kind, responsible, and hard-working.  Character matters.  All these goals are more easily met when the school and families work together to provide for the students. A partnership between Lee Kornegay and the families we serve is one of the greatest assets that can be offered to the young learners of Miami Schools.


What can LKIS staff do to strengthen that partnership?

Model integrity to the youngsters at LK.

Communicate frequently with parents. (See the ClassDojo link on this page!)

Listen to the feedback from our students and families.

Continually strive to improve our curriculum and instruction.


What can LKIS families do to strengthen that partnership?

Make sure kids are in school every day, on time.

Make sure the kids read daily at home, and complete any homework.

Frequent communication with teachers.

Support teacher efforts.


Lee Kornegay teaching and office staffs welcome communication from parents. Please contact us with any questions, needs or feedback.


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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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Fax Number: 928-425-3051