Freshmen Use Journals to Self-Assess Their Own Learning

September 26, 2017

Students in Mr. Bell’s American History I class are using a digital journal to keep track of the daily objectives for class and as a way to self-assess their own understanding of the material.  When students come into class, they open up Google Classroom or Google... Read More

MLA's Special Look

September 26, 2017

Carol Carlson Anderbery MLA. To the students at LHS, this is like another language. Actually, MLA stands for the Modern Language Association and represents a format of documentation for research. MLA has certain standards to make sure papers are documented correctly with in... Read More

The Value of Craftsmanship

September 26, 2017

Learning to work with your hands is a process that involves knowledge as well as experience. If you have both you can look forward to a career or a lifelong hobby.  One of the rewards is the ability to do the very best you can even if no one else will notice, this is ca... Read More

Cruising Through The First Quarter!

September 26, 2017

Boy, how the time is flying by in our classroom!  In American History we have discussed such details as our country's decision to move away from the Articles of Confederation, the forming of our new nation, the construction of the United States Constitution, the fi... Read More

Science with Mr. Neujahr

September 26, 2017

In Applied Science CT class the students have been digging deep into the Scientific Method.  We started the year by looking at the steps of the Scientific Method and have been getting their hands dirty testing out the process.  Students first took a look at water a... Read More

The Crash!!

September 25, 2017

In American History II we have begun our unit on the 1930s and the Great Depression that took place. To get the students to understand the struggles of the times we have been playing a stock market game. Students have been able to buy and sell stocks at prices that represent... Read More

Business Math

September 21, 2017

      Lexington High School’s Business Math class is very fortunate to have the Banzai curriculum that was awarded Curriculum of the Year by the Institute for Financial Literacy. More than 10,000 schools in all 50 states use the Banzai curriculum. T... Read More

CBI Classroom

September 21, 2017

     In the CBI (Community Based Instruction) classroom we are implementing a new curriculum called Unique Learning System. It is a Kindergarten through transition program and it is specifically designed for life skills programs. The program is differentiated ... Read More

COMMENDED STUDENT IN THE 2018 NATIONAL MERIT® SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

September 20, 2017

The principal, Kyle Hoehner, of Lexington High School 
announced today that Julie Briones-Avila has been named a Commended Student in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program. A Letter of Commendation from the school and National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC), wh... Read More

How career and technical education in high school improves student outcomes

September 15, 2017

Michael J. Petrilli Dara Zeehandelaar Shaw, Ph.D. April 08, 2016 Ask any group of high school teachers, and they will report that the most frequently heard question in their classrooms is, “When are we ever gonna use this?” In a traditional college prep progra... Read More

LHS Counseling Office News

September 15, 2017

          Fall is a very busy time for the Lexington High School Counseling Office.  Two huge tasks for the Counselors are helping students become aware of what colleges and careers are available and meeting individually with every senior. &nbs... Read More

Fall 2017 Biology

September 11, 2017

     In Ms. Allnutt’s biology classes, students have been learning what the word “biology” means and what it means to be considered alive. If they learn nothing else this year, they will at least remember what “bio” means! Student... Read More

State Fair

September 8, 2017

Students in Clothing and Textiles were introduced to fibers and fabrics by attending the Nebraska State Fair.  On Tuesday, August 29, 2017 twenty six students headed to Grand Island along with FFA students who took in the agricultural events.  Several hundred quilt... Read More

4-year 100% Summer Weight Room Attendance Athletes

September 7, 2017

Front Row: Left to right: Brylee Lauby, Theresa Aguirre, Hope Dowling, Mak Johnson Back Row: Left to right: Easton Young, Antonio Stewart, Kobe Lo Read More

ELL World History

September 6, 2017

     This is the ELL History class. In this class we are learning about the world and how it is composed of different land and water features. We are looking at the different continents and the oceans and how they all have different latitudes and longitudes so... Read More

LHS Reading

September 5, 2017

      Here at LHS, we have the unique opportunity to take a reading class. Yes, a reading class! During this class, we partake in many engaging activities, but one of our favorites is Independent Reading. This is a time for us to settle down with a good book a... Read More

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