Crime, Punishment and Teens

December 12, 2019

Mrs. Kuefner, Room 301         In the Reading Skills classroom, we are finishing up a workshop dealing with teens and crime. Our focus is on what is the appropriate punishment to give to teen criminals. It was a lively time with discu... Read More

English 3 American Lit with Gruntorad

December 11, 2019

Which is worse: public shame or hidden suffering? Ask any junior in Mrs. Gruntorad’s English 3 classes and they will tell you the answer, according to Nathaniel Hawthorne’s novel The Scarlet Letter. Students read the classic during 2ndquarter and enjoyed followin... Read More

Skills Armory Automotive Classes

December 10, 2019

Automotive 2nd year students spent the first nine weeks in electrical. In this section students learned how to use a test lamp, read wiring diagrams, build a circuit, and ohm’s law and how to apply ohm’s law in a circuit. They also learned functions of a mul... Read More

USAPL National Powerlifting

December 9, 2019

These athletes competed on December 8, 2019 in Fremont at Midland University at the USAPL Midwest Senior States meet to try to earn their spot in the National High School Powerlifting Meet.  The following qualified for the National High School meet coming up in March 20... Read More

LHS Students Explore Future Career Options

December 9, 2019

      Thirty-four Lexington High School students were among the 100 Nebraska teens selected to participate in the grant funded College/Career Search & Investigate (CSI) Transition Event sponsored by the Nebraska Department of Education and the Central... Read More