Basic Spanish 1 and 2

February 27, 2018

We have been busy in our Spanish classes with a ton of new vocabulary and grammar! This month, Spanish 1 got to make Valentines in Spanish and pass them out to each other. Also in Spanish 1, we have been talking about houses and learning about the differences of the verbs se... Read More


February 26, 2018

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"Old School Basics for New School Students"

February 23, 2018

Many things have changed in the world in the past few decades. Technology has transformed almost every area of our lives. While Personal Finance is no exception in this fast-changing world, some of the foundational skills needed to keep on top of your money are sti... Read More

English I CT

February 23, 2018

Students in English I CT are enjoying reading Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird.  Students began the unit with an in depth look at the Jim Crow South.  They studied the history of the time period, learned about Jim Crow laws, and studied court cases that i... Read More

Exploring the Ancient Cultures of Latin America!

February 21, 2018

In Spanish class we are learning about the Ancient cultures. The students are learning about many of the different cultures in Latin America, including the Aztecs, Mayans, Olmecs, Incas, etc. The students compared and contrasted the practices from the past and how they are s... Read More

Tips on How Parents Can Help Their Kids in Mathematics

February 19, 2018

Tips on How Parents Can Help Their Kids in Mathematics by Karen LoBello    Math is important to a child's success in school and in life. Children are more likely to be successful learners when their parents support their learning, according to the U.S. Departmen... Read More

Minutemen Band ready for new uniforms

February 19, 2018

For the first time in 14 years, the Lexington High School Pride of the Minutemen band will be sporting new band uniforms.  A representative from Fruhauf Uniform Company will be on hand this week to measure the band members in order to start the ball rolling toward getti... Read More

Science with Mr. Klein

February 19, 2018

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Painting Landscapes

February 13, 2018

Art 2 students at Lexington High School are working with acrylic painting, attempting the style of Keith Jacobshagen, a Nebraskan artist, and retired art professor from UNL.  The style is influenced by the geography of Nebraska, emphasizing the sky as part of the landsc... Read More

Bienvenue à la classe de français.----

February 12, 2018

12 février 2018   Bienvenue à la classe de français.----   Bonne Fête de Saint Valentin---   French is the language of love, consequently, the language of Valentine’s Day is important. Here are a few phrases to use durin... Read More

Intro Into Athletic Training Class

February 12, 2018

       The Intro Into Athletic Training class has been hard at work talking about the world of Athletic Training.  They are currently wrapping up their chapter about specific types of injuries.   The class now knows the difference between a... Read More

Industrial Revolution in American History I

February 12, 2018

       Over the last week and for the next two weeks, the freshman American History I CT classes will continue learning about the industrial revolution of the late 1800’s.  Students in this group have been diving into this revolution with a vid... Read More

Ms. Klein's Chemistry I Class 2nd Semester 2018

February 12, 2018

Second semester has started off quickly.  Chemistry I students have learned all about chemical equation!  They know how to predict whether or not a reaction would occur, how to write an equation from a sentence, and reviewed how to balance equations.  Stu... Read More

Pursuing Excellence in English

February 8, 2018

Students have been busy in English class during Quarter 3.  Students began the quarter by writing Excellence Essays in which they reflected on their behavior and work ethic in semester one and set goals for themselves in semester two.  This essay also required stud... Read More

The more you read, the more you know.

February 8, 2018

The more you know, the smarter you grow.  The smarter you grow, the stronger your voice.  When speaking your mind or making your choice. This quote is displayed on a banner outside the library door.  It is true!!! Reading makes you smarter! Wealth is not about... Read More

Superheroes, Villains, Sidekicks, and the Brain

February 2, 2018

Lil’ Pons, Amy Dala, Lady Cerebellum, Occipital Oscar were some of the superheroes, villains, and sidekicks that entered the classroom discussion recently in psychology honors.  Students applied concepts discussed about brain parts and their functions in the proje... Read More

System 44™

February 1, 2018

     Students in the ELL program at the Middle School and High School work through a reading program called System 44.  The program has four components that teach decoding, spelling, and reading comprehension.  Students all work at their own pace on ... Read More