Lexington Pride of the Minutemen Marching Band

September 29, 2016

Marching band is off and running.  This year the band is performing a show entitled Julius Caesar.  Featuring Roman as well as Egyptian themes, this show is full of energy and exciting musical lines.  The Lexington Pride of the Minutemen Marching Band will per... Read More

LHS Students Seeing Shakespeare!

September 29, 2016

The students in English 2 have been preparing to see Shakespeare’s “Hamlet” this week! The Nebraska Shakespeare on Tour group is presenting “Hamlet” to our students at 1:00 p.m. on Friday. In order to be able to fully enjoy this 80-minute interp... Read More

Exploring Our Political Identities

September 28, 2016

Nothing has quite controlled the air waves over the past year like the rhetoric of the upcoming election.  As Mr. Trump, the Republican nominee, entered the field over a year very few political syndicates paid much mind to is opportunity to get the momentum to push for ... Read More

Is a Two-Year Degree an Option You Should Consider?

September 27, 2016

Attending college is the goal of most of our students, however, is a four-year degree your best option? A college degree is definitely beneficial in today's economic environment, but a bachelor’s degree isn’t the only option. There are a number of occupations whe... Read More

Deferred Action For Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

September 27, 2016

      An approximate 12 million undocumented immigrants live in the United States of America. According to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, there are several categories under which a person can apply to become a naturalized United States... Read More

Mr. Nieto - World History

September 23, 2016

Wow! This first quarter is flying by. In World History we have started this year by looking into the development of three main religions of the world, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. The students have taken well to learning about the differences of each religion but also f... Read More

CBI Students Working Hard

September 22, 2016

     We are off and running with our community jobs in the CBI room.  We have students working at the YMCA, Pizza Hut, Early Learning Academy, Platte Valley Auto and LHS.  The students at the YMCA are washing windows and mirrors, vacuuming, sweeping ... Read More


September 16, 2016

In the early days of autism research there were not a lot of answers that could pinpoint a direct cause. Over time, more interest in research has been done due to increased funding.  This has lead to breakthroughs like the SPARK research project. SPARK stands for&mdash... Read More

Automotive Class

September 16, 2016

Automotive students are hard at work in the shop Some of the Automotive shop machinery All pictures courtesy of Paul Pack Read More

English with Mr. Mac

September 16, 2016

Summer is gone and the fall weather is upon us which means that the 2016-2017 school year is in full swing! In junior English, the students are being challenged to "awaken their imagination" as Sir Edgar Allan Poe questions the line of reality and the fantastical. Classes ... Read More

The Bill of Rights & You

September 16, 2016

In my American History I ELL co-taught class with first year teacher, Mr. Daniel Revelo, our ELL students are learning about the importance of the Bill of Rights.  We have spent this week talking about the text of each amendment found in the Bill of Rights, what freedom... Read More

2016 Mock Trial Season Begins with a Bang!

September 14, 2016

“Blake M. Brando on or about October 27, 2015, in the County of Wagon Wheel and State of Nebraska, …….did purposely and with deliberate and premeditated malice, shoot and kill Louise Choanike.”  So begins the statement that introduces the 2016 ... Read More

Forensic Law Class

September 7, 2016

Loops, Arches, Whorls, Tetraches, Pocked Loops- These are not dance moves or architect designs. These are fingerprint patterns. Did you know that your fingerprints form before you are born? Did you know that even though identical twins have the same DNA they do not have iden... Read More

Spanish Class Reviews Vocab

September 7, 2016

¡Bienvenidos a la clase de español! We have been learning all sorts of phrases to introduce ourself to others in Spanish 1 as well as reviewing old vocabulary in Spanish 2. Students have been able to use whiteboards to practice their verb conjugations and senten... Read More

Sewing Basics

September 7, 2016

LHS offered 3 Clothing and Textiles classes this semester.  The classes are full with 45 novice sewers enrolled.  Students were introduced to terminology they will encounter when preparing articles that involve sewing skills.  Students also need to be savvy wi... Read More

LHS English 1 CT Class

September 2, 2016

The freshmen were welcomed to English I CT at the high school with a Write Tools review. Write Tools is a system that is used district-wide to help make writing more accessible to students. The freshmen are also working on getting in to a routine of coming into class, bein... Read More