Lee Academy students are now talking about 'habitudes'

By JOSH TROY / THE PRESS REGISTER,

In an effort to help Lee Academy students with their growth as individuals, the school implemented a "habitudes program" from the company Growing Leaders based out of Atlanta into the curriculum beginning last week.

Lee Academy partnered with Planters Bank to make the program for students become a reality.

 
 
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