Community College Programs In Construction Management

January 31, 2017

Do you like working with your hands, building things, being outside? Consider a career in construction management. Every construction project – from buildings to bridges and highways is completed with a construction management professional in charge. The industry needs... Read More

Graduation time!

January 30, 2017

Students in Mr. Patocka’s Spanish 4 Honors class have begun composition of an essay this quarter on the topic of graduation and future plans.  Students investigate future careers and schools they may wish to attend using online resources such as nebraskacareerconn... Read More

Freshmen History

January 30, 2017

The American History I class has been studying the Reconstruction Era.  The Reconstruction Era began at the conclusion of the Civil War. The Civil War made it necessary to rebuild the governments and economics of the Southern states.   A key blow to the Southe... Read More

Slope-Intercept Stained Glass Windows

January 27, 2017

Mrs. Vrbka’s Algebra IA classes have been working on a unit that involves graphing lines.  They have learned about slope and using the slope-intercept form of a line to graph different equations.  One activity the students had to complete was to create a stai... Read More

Daily Fun Facts

January 27, 2017

One of our eight classroom initiatives at Lexington High School is to have a “Sponge” activity at the beginning of each class period.  This activity can be of the teacher’s choice, but is aimed to get the students engaged at the very beginning of the c... Read More

Pink Out

January 25, 2017

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LHS Dance Team Soup Supper

January 24, 2017

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Fables and Myths

January 23, 2017

     Our Pathways English class has been an exciting one.  Last semester, we spent time on one of our more fun units:  fables.  We read about Aesop and studied many of his fables, and the students enjoyed putting the morals of the stories into t... Read More

LHS Advanced Math

January 23, 2017

As second semester begins, a lot of our focus for Advanced Math turns to ACT practice.  We are busy studying skills and practicing for the exam this spring.  We have covered topics from exponents and variable expression and operation to simplifying radicals.  ... Read More


January 19, 2017

The CBI room recently teamed up with Student Council to sell popcorn to students and teachers on Wednesdays during Focus period.  The students in the CBI room spend 1st, 2nd, and 4th period making and bagging popcorn.  During 5th period Focus, Student Council membe... Read More

Drill Team Fundraiser

January 18, 2017

The Drill Team is doing a "Cup" Fundraiser.  Click on the picture to see a larger picture and an order form. If you have questions, please contact Kylee Kuecker at the High School Read More

Hello from Mr. Woodrum's Class!

January 18, 2017

In the five sections of American History I we are currently discussing the topic of the Reconstruction Era that followed the end of the American Civil War.  We have spent the past several weeks discussing the intricate details that caused the American Civil War along wi... Read More


January 18, 2017

     I believe that it was absolutely necessary—a wall needed to be built. Who would pay for the wall? Who would be tasked with the construction of the wall? When would we build the wall? The construction of the wall is essential to ensure the safety of ... Read More

LHS World History

January 17, 2017

Wow second semester is here and running and with it comes a whole new unit of study. This semester started by looking at the Age of Exploration for Western Europe beginning in the 14th century. In class we have started looking at the various different reasons for exploration... Read More

LHS English 1 Poetry

January 17, 2017

English 1 students are currently studying poetry. So far students have studied great poets such as Walt Whitman and Robert Frost. This week we are taking a look at two “POE”ms by Edgar Allan Poe, the Raven and Annabel Lee.  Students are learning to identify ... Read More

LHS Anatomy and Physiology

January 17, 2017

There are over 640 muscles in the human body. While many of us can name 20 or so, the Anatomy and Physiology classes have been learning many of the major muscles in the body. After identifying and testing on those muscles, they will be dissecting their cats to identify the c... Read More

Events That Led US Into World War II

January 12, 2017

In American History II class, we are currently discussing the events around the world that would eventually cause the United States to enter World War II.  The classes have been actively engaged in the differing political ideas of European dictators with our American de... Read More


January 12, 2017

We are in the beginning stages of implementing a new program in the TLC classroom here at the high school. The program is called “Intensive Verbal Behavior Training” and it is designed to improve speech skills, interpersonal skills, and behavior. The foundation o... Read More

Clothing and Design

January 10, 2017

This semester Mrs. Gydesen has 38 eager students in her Clothing and Design classes.  These students know the basics about fibers, fabrics, basic sewing terms, using sewing machines and have completed several projects, including 9-block pillows, pillowcases, and flannel... Read More

LHS Strength & Conditioning

January 6, 2017

On Tuesday, December 20th, the City of Lexington hosted a #WalkLex day.  The Strength & Conditioning classes took part by walking during each class period followed by a Dodgeball game which led to 30+ minutes of physical activity.  All who participated would li... Read More

Attendance Policy

January 3, 2017

Dean of Students Mr. Rowan  As Dean of Students the number one thing I deal with on a daily basis is students attendance. Here is the Lexington Public Schools attendance policy: Attendance and Excessive Absenteeism (Policy 5001)   Required Attendance Every ... Read More