Math Day 2017

November 29, 2017

On Thursday, November 16, forty-seven Lexington High School students went to the UNL City Campus for Math Day.  More than 100 schools attended the competition and 1,441 students competed.  Math Day's purpose is to "stimulate interest in mathematics among Nebraska h... Read More

Wrapping up the Semester

November 29, 2017

Basic Spanish 1 and 2 have been working hard all semester! We have covered a variety of topics and been expanding our vocabulary! Last week, students in Basic Spanish 1 and 2 created libritos for el Día de Acción de Gracias and have an opportunity to read them ... Read More

LHS Welding

November 28, 2017

       The welding department is having a great first semester! The students have done a great job helping to put the final touches on the welding shop, and we are finally getting down to business. Our first year students are working hard to learn the int... Read More

“To Thine Own Self Be True. . .”

November 27, 2017

Carol Carlson Anderbery             English 4 and College English I are currently reading Macbeth, Shakespeare’s shortest play. Before beginning the study of the play, each student researched famous quotations fro... Read More

French Classes

November 27, 2017

Bienvenue à la classe de français.---- French classes have been working hard this fall to begin the 2017-2018 school year.  French I has covered the weather, the numbers, the date and adjectives and their first verb, “être,” which means ... Read More

Speak On It: Speech, English, Competition

November 22, 2017

2017 has been a year of change and reflection. Our world is simply not the same anymore. From politics to the environment, chaos has taken ahold of our moves and our conversation. Speech class has been that open space for open conversation this semester. As an educator my fo... Read More

New Opportunities Coming for the PE Department

November 17, 2017

            The semester is quickly coming to a close. As a department, we are exploring the option of adding new classes that will allow our students numerous opportunities. Sports Officiating, Lifetime Activities, Strength Training, and T... Read More

ELL Students and Science Predictions

November 17, 2017

In the ELL program at Lexington High School, students work together to make predictions about different objects and if they will sink or float. They have been working on building their Science vocabulary skills as well as having the opportunity to test different types of m... Read More

Exploring Venezuela!

November 15, 2017

In Spanish class we are learning about the country of Venezuela. Kids are learning about all the difficult situations the country is experiencing. The students compare their lives in the United States and how would it be if they were to live in Venezuela. Also, we have menti... Read More

Making Homework Meaningful

November 14, 2017

      This year in the math department, we have new curriculum.  The students do not receive physical books.  The students can download the pdfs of the lessons to view at home or access them online through the website.         Wh... Read More

Some ask why.

November 13, 2017

Some place, in the nether regions of my files and stashes of papers I deemed had import and relevance, is a quote that, in essences, says:              “We study Mathematics for reasoning, precision, and logi... Read More

Fables Teach More Than One Lesson

November 6, 2017

            21st Century Literature is a new class this year in which seniors are gaining the skills necessary to be successful in four areas:  communication, collaboration, creative thinking, and critical thinking.     ... Read More

Boy’s Tennis Summary

November 6, 2017

            This year the Lexington Boy’s tennis team completed a successful 2017 campaign with high performances by their seniors and with tremendous growth from their younger players. Tennis season is a grueling two and a half month... Read More


November 6, 2017

        (Image URL)      As in past years, Miss Baker’s classes had the chance to estimate the number of seeds in three different sized pumpkins.  Students hypothesized that the round pumpkin would have the most seeds, the tall... Read More

LHS Welcomes Shakespeare!

November 3, 2017

On Wednesday, November 1, Nebraska Shakespeare On Tour brought Romeo and Juliet to the auditorium at the Lexington Middle School. All students at LHS were invited to see the show if they were interested and had passing grades in their classes. The students were provided with... Read More

Psychology Reconnects with Dr. Seuss

November 3, 2017

In recent days the psychology classes have reconnected with a couple Dr. Seuss classics, The Cat in the Hat and The Grinch That Stole Christmas to analyze the personality of characters. In the study of personality and applying Sigmund Freud theories, students examined the ch... Read More

Algebra 1B

November 2, 2017

In my Algebra 1B class we are currently working on collecting, organizing and analyzing data.  Students are learning to find new ways to find and interpret data.  They are learning how to find the standard deviation, quartiles, creating histograms, and box plots.&n... Read More

Linking the Roman Republic to the American Republic

November 1, 2017

         In DLP Social Studies the students have been working hard linking the Roman Republic to the American Republic.  Some examples of how they have been relating these two ideas to each other are comparing the idea of the twelve tables, whic... Read More

LHS Health Happenings

November 1, 2017

First quarter in the class the students focused on mental health, emotional health and nutrition.  Students completed many different objectives and projects to learn more about stress management, mental and emotional disorders, eating right and developing overall health... Read More