What is a Newton?

February 27, 2017

Learning about force with interactive models.  Laboratory in the classroom is a crucial means of instruction in science. Laboratory activities are essential because it provides training in observation, data collection, and evoked students’ interests. There... Read More

Happenings in Ms. Klein's Science Classroom

February 27, 2017

Chemistry students have accomplished so much already this semester.  They started the year off with learning how to write equations.  Then, they took on stoichiometry; most found success at unprecedented levels.  Now they are studying phase change.  Soon ... Read More

Cheer Tryouts

February 27, 2017

Those interested in being on the 2017-2018 LHS Cheer Squad: Please sign-up and pick up an application in Mrs. Plunkett's RM 403. Important Dates: Parent Meeting - March 14th @ 7PM in Cafeteria, Tryout Practices - March 27-March 30 6:30AM - 7:15AM West Gym, Tryouts - Marc... Read More

¡Saludos!

February 22, 2017

In Advanced Spanish I, our students are learning about the Past Subjunctive (imperfecto de subjuntivo). It is a great opportunity for them to develop more fluency with the Spanish language and to become more bilingual, eventually.  For culture we created a cultural map... Read More

AUTISM AWARENESS MONTH

February 20, 2017

April is Autism Awareness Month. There will be specific recognition during the week of April 2nd through the 8th. In the TLC classroom at Lexington High School, we are raising awareness by selling shirts seen on the website below. Money raised will go to help with community ... Read More

Benefits of Empathy in Education

February 20, 2017

As educators, incorporating empathy into instruction can have positive results for your immediate classroom, as well as for the community outside of the school building. Here’s why: 1. Empathy builds positive classroom culture. With the diversity of students entering... Read More

LHS Jazz Band to attend Greely Jazz Festival

February 16, 2017

The Lexington High School Jazz Band is currently working on musical selections for their upcoming competition and tour. On April 20th the band will travel to Greely Colorado to attend the UNC/Greely Jazz Festival.  This festival brings together internationally recognize... Read More

Where are we ever going to use this in real life?

February 16, 2017

     Fractions, decimals, and percentages are used every day.  They are needed when figuring the total cost with sales tax being added or with a discount being taken off.  Everyone loves a good sale, and there are many people who take couponing to ... Read More

Good Luck Minutemen Wrestlers!

February 15, 2017

On behalf of the Lexington High School Activities Department, I want to wish The Minutemen Wrestling Team Good Luck in their quest for a state championship on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.  Here's who will be representing the Orange and Black in Omaha:  106- And... Read More

Bienvenue à la classe de français.---- LHS

February 14, 2017

French is the language of love.  French II, French III and French IV made Valentines with their favorite French sayings.  Listed below are some of those sayings.   Joyeuse fête de Saint Valentin!  Je t’aime!---I love you! Je t’ad... Read More

Using Percents and Dealing with Credit

February 13, 2017

Darin Exstrom             We use percents and deal with things like credit every day in our lives and most of the time we don’t realize it.  It is no wonder that many students wonder why mathematics is important – we don... Read More

Intro into Athletic Training with Mr. Bretschneider

February 13, 2017

            The intro into Athletic Training class has been learning about human musculoskeletal anatomy and Kinesiology. Kinesiology is defined as the study of human movement. This is particularly important for health care professionals be... Read More

Pythagorean Theorem Projects

February 9, 2017

Pythagoras, a famous mathematician, came up with the following theorem to be used on right triangles to find a missing side length.    In our Geometry classes, we used the Pythagorean Theorem to complete a project called the Pythagorean Spiral. It is a common proj... Read More

@ your LHS Library . . .

February 9, 2017

Overdrive for schools is available to Lexington Public Schools in cooperation with ESU10.  Go to the LHS library page and click on the Overdrive icon. Use your school email address and computer password to access your account.  This digital collection is now over 2... Read More

Juniors Prepare for ACT

February 8, 2017

            This year, the Nebraska State Accountability Test for juniors is being replaced with the ACT.  All juniors in the state of Nebraska will take the ACT.  Lexington High School juniors will be taking the ACT in an online forma... Read More

Advanced Literacy 10

February 8, 2017

Sophomores in Advanced Literacy are working to improve their critical reading, critical thinking, and writing skills.  As an educated citizen, it is important to be able to recognize credible information and process it effectively.  Discussion has taken place on ho... Read More

Kind ------- Cool

February 6, 2017

By: Stacy Strauss The LHS Circle of Friends Organization is showing some {heart} this winter, with a strong focus on the social skill of demonstrating kindness.  As a school-wide reminder that ‘we’ don’t all have to be the same or agree on everything ... Read More

A Different Perspective

February 6, 2017

     In the DLP Social Studies class we have been taking our time to learn about WWII from America’s point of view.  The students seemed very interested in the Holocaust and the effect that it had on Europeans.  To dive into that material we re... Read More

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