Civil War Unit in LHS American History I

December 15, 2016

The freshmen American History I class watched Steven Spielberg’s “Lincoln” to end their unit about the Civil War.  We have spent the beginning of the 2nd quarter learning about the Civil War.  One aspect of the war that was emphasized with every b... Read More

What is Content Mastery Class?

December 15, 2016

What is content mastery class?      Content mastery is a class designed to give additional time and support for students needing extra assistance in planning, organizing, and completing work.      Students receive assistance with any subject... Read More


December 13, 2016

     First year automotive students are off to a good start. We have learned about hand tools, insurance, buying a car, fixing paint chips and oil changes.  Students just completed disassembling, measuring and reassembling small engines. This is always a ... Read More

Winner Winner Yearbook Earns A Chicken Dinner

December 13, 2016

One hundred dollars has been awarded to the LHS yearbook staff for being one of the five schools that won the 2016 Share-a-bration contest put on by the publisher Walsworth yearbooks. National Yearbook Week ran from October 5th-9th. During the week, Walsworth challenged th... Read More

THE WIZARD OF OZ will run January 28, 29 and 30 at LMS

December 12, 2016

The classic 1939 musical has been cast for Lexington High School’s winter production.  Fifty students will take part in the show about a Kansas farm girl who experiences a twister and ends up in the magical Land of Oz.  Senior Angelica Pargas will play the le... Read More

What is happening in CT English?

December 9, 2016

Pathways to English class is enjoying the adventure novel Hatchet by Gary Paulsen. Hatchet is the story of a young man’s survival in the Canadian wilderness with only a hatchet to help. Students are focusing on vocabulary development and reading comprehension. Pathways... Read More

Mr. Bradley’s Physical Science

December 8, 2016

     Physical science has been an awesome experience for everyone involved. We are in the chemistry portion of the Physical Science textbook, and learning a lot of new concepts that will be vital to being successful Chemistry students in the future. We recentl... Read More

2016 Lexington Powerlifting Meet Results

December 5, 2016

2016 Lexington Powerlifting Meet Boys Team - Champions Girls Team - Champions Co-ed Team - Champions   Justina Hoisington - Outstanding Girl Lifter Harol Molina - Outstanding Boy Lifter Read More

Spanish with Mrs. Ramirez

December 5, 2016

We have been very busy in Spanish 1 and 2 lately. We learned all about the Day of the Dead, which is a holiday celebrated in Latin America in early November. We also did a Thanksgiving Day project that helped us practice some basic grammar and spelling.  In Spanish 1, ... Read More

Conflict: Needed by Humanity or Just a creation?

December 5, 2016

In a sudden, bold move, similar to the implementation of reading into the English classrooms, teacher Jess McHargue has been forcing students in his classroom to discuss conflict as a powerful theme in literature and in turn applying such concepts and questions to their live... Read More