Vrbka’s Geometry Honors

December 19, 2017

Have you ever tried to balance a triangle shaped piece of paper on a pencil?  If you haven’t - you should try it!   Mrs. Vrbka’s Honors Geometry students have been learning about properties of triangles in their last chapter before break.  They ha... Read More


December 14, 2017

For the past few weeks in American History II our focus has been on WWII. This past week our area of focus has been the preparation and execution of Operation Overlord also known as D-Day. The students have been watching videos as well as reading documents focused on the str... Read More

Standing in the Gap

December 14, 2017

  Schmidt: Simulation experience reveals real-life poverty situations families face eve… KEARNEY — Frustrated, and angry By KIM SCHMIDT Hub Staff Writer  Dec 14, 2017 Updated 10 hrs ago   KEARNEY — Little Johnny isn’t paying... Read More

LHS Automotive Technology

December 12, 2017

Automotive students are busy getting ready for finals this week. Students have covered safety, basic tools, buying an automobile, automobile cleaning and paint care, and car insurance. Students have learned how to make double and bubble flares and drill and tap bolt holes. T... Read More

Egypt - Past and Present

December 12, 2017

As we are getting ready to finish the semester the ELL Transition 1 class is working on a small project. In this project the students are using their creativity and what we have learned about ancient and modern Egypt to show what they think Egypt was like in the past an... Read More

Robotics at LHS

December 11, 2017

Lexington Robotics Club is up and competing. Early this year several students were highly interested in forming a new club for designing, building, programming, and competing a robot in Vex Robotics. In early November, after months of fundraising, designing, re-designing, an... Read More

‘Tis the Season

December 11, 2017

       We just wrapped up a workshop titled “Killer Plagues,” in which we studied about Smallpox, Ebola, and the Bubonic Plague. Primarily, we learned that there is no cure for these viruses, but scientists are hoping to be prepared with vacci... Read More

“Lincoln” & the Civil War

December 8, 2017

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

Holiday Concert Near for LHS Choir

December 5, 2017

As we near the end of first semester it is satisfying to look back and see all of the great work we’ve done in the vocal music program this fall. Our high school students had the opportunity to attend a two-day clinic with Mack Wilberg, the music director of the Mormon... Read More

Not Another Hero Movie

December 4, 2017

       In a world full of heroes and villains, the juniors in Mr. McHargue’s room are studying… anti-heroes?!?!? And no, this does not mean a super-villain; in fact, this may be a completely new literary concept to many of you.    ... Read More