Three—Two—One—TIME’S UP! Please step away from the tables.

May 19, 2017

Those are the dreaded words students didn’t want to hear at the annual competition of CHOPPED held in Mrs. Gydesen’s Foods II classes on Tuesday, May 9, 2017.   As an end of the year project students participated in a contest styled after the Food Netwo... Read More

MAP Awards - Academic Pep Rally Spring 2017

May 19, 2017

The following are highlights from the May 3, 2017 LHS Academic Pep Rally concerning MAP (Measures of Academic Progress) score recognition.   Students, you are not your NWEA MAP scores or your ACT score or any other assessment score.  YOU ARE NOT A TEST SCORE.... Read More

What's Happening in Advanced Spanish?

May 18, 2017

¡Hola!  In Advanced Spanish, students are learning about the Indigenous civilizations of Latin America. Students have created a presentation about each of the main cultures, including: Aztecs, Mayans, Olmecs, Incas, and the Toltecs. For grammar, we are learning ... Read More

KEEP YOUR CHILDREN LEARNING DURING SUMMER

May 17, 2017

By Julie Baker   Summer is a great time to rejuvenate and enjoy time with your children.  If you hear them saying, “I’m bored,” here are a few ideas to have your child stay involved in learning over the break. 1.      Go to the l... Read More

Clothing and Design Students Proficient at Their Game

May 16, 2017

Three Clothing and Design classes blew the doors off the record of the number of articles made in a semester.  At the time of this writing almost 190 articles have been finished.  On the top of the list were 16 quilts that were at least lap size.  All sixteen ... Read More

Science Honor Recipients

May 15, 2017

The science department awarded honor cords to six graduating seniors.  The science honor cord is gold and green.  Following the academic  tradition of tassel colors, the gold symbolizes the natural sciences, and the green symbolizes the health sciences. To rec... Read More

Senior English Wrap-Up

May 15, 2017

          The seniors’ last day was Wednesday, May 10, 2017.  However, the days before this were a mad crush of reading/listening to Macbeth, Wordbook vocabulary lessons, finishing the 120 Daily Oral Language exercises, finishing The Cante... Read More

LHS French Class

May 12, 2017

12 May 2017 Bienvenue à la classe de français.---- This is a tribute to the Seniors who have taken four years of French.  These seventeen students have spent a great deal of time in the French classroom, and I will miss their dedication, their humor and ... Read More

Finals

May 11, 2017

     Well, the end of the school year is approaching and with that being said, so are final exams for our students.  Students will complete a final in each of the classes they are enrolled in for the semester on Tuesday, May 23rd and Wednesday, May 24th.&... Read More

ELL Newcomer Students Learn About the West Region of the United States

May 11, 2017

     Newcomer students in Mrs. Kulhanek’s ELL Social Studies class recently finished their Southwest Region unit projects.  After studying a variety of vocabulary, the final unit project had students researching, writing, and building a 3D Model tha... Read More

LHS Academic Pep Rally

May 4, 2017

Achievements from the LHS Spring Academic Pep Rally All A’s and B’sIkran Abdullahi,Lizeth Abundiz-Nava, Theresa Aguirre, Delsi Aldana, Daniel Alvarez, Jessica Ambriz, Taeton Amos, Camille Anderson, Casey Arnold, Cristina Arteaga-Ruiz, Ean Bailey, Mark Barrientos... Read More

Foundations of Leadership: A Class About Life

May 2, 2017

          Foundations of Leadership has been a new kind of challenge for me as a teacher.  This class has been designed for freshmen to help them with the transition between middle school and high school, and to help them with the coming transit... Read More

Speech Class Recap

May 2, 2017

As our school year winds down this is a perfect opportunity to reflect on all of the positives our Speech class has experienced. This semester students have bought into the idea of making their voice count. We started the semester with informal special occasion speeches and ... Read More

In Pursuit of a Dream

May 2, 2017

     Lexington, Nebraska is known for its diversity. When compared to other Nebraska cities, Lexington ranks in the upper quartile, both for diversity and population density (City of Lexington Profile, 2017).      Diversity in Lexington comes i... Read More

Endless Opportunity for Computer Programming Students

May 1, 2017

Students in Mr. Patocka's Programming I and Programming II classes have had the unique opportunity to meet with professionals working in the fields of computer science, web page management as well as computer programming.  The students met with these professionals via ... Read More

Packing for Vietnam

May 1, 2017

     In our DLP Social Studies class we have been learning about the struggles that our armed forces had to face while fighting the spread of communism in Vietnam.  Not only did our military have to square up with the Viet Cong, but they also had to face ... Read More

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