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November 29, 2017

Did you know that suicide is the leading cause of death for kids ages 10-14?  That is a very scary statistic! That statistic should make you ask, "WHY?," followed by "What can I do to help lower that stat?" Middle school is a very difficult time, but as adults, we tend... Read More

Happy Holidays!

November 28, 2017

Hello, this is Ms. Bourge, social studies teacher on the Liberty team. I cannot believe we are approaching the end of the 1st Semester here at LMS.  With the end of the semester comes a well-deserved holiday break. Students on the Liberty team have been working hard and... Read More


November 27, 2017

Hard to believe but 2nd quarter has started. All new students, so I am back to learning new names. It for sure keeps me on my toes. The students come with all new stories to tell, unique personalities, good attitudes and high percentage of good behavior. So I have the best j... Read More

The Great American Mail Race

November 21, 2017

We are excited to be in our second year of the Great American Mail Race. 7th graders on the Stars and Stripes teams have been writing to 7th graders all over the United States. They are on a quest to establish writing relationships with other students, learning about their s... Read More

Gift Ideas for Middle Schoolers

November 20, 2017

Parents, looking for some gift ideas for your middle-schooler?  There are always items you personally know your child would like, but then there's that surprise gift that could possibly make their day.  Or do you just need to see a few suggestions to get your mind ... Read More

American Red Cross Blood Drive

November 14, 2017

Lexington Middle School is partnering with the American Red Cross to host a blood drive through the Future Blood Donor program. This program will introduce our students to the importance of blood donation and will help ensure hospital patients receiv... Read More

Growth Mindset Research Project

November 13, 2017

The 6 th graders on the National team are doing a little research on leaders and change-makers in our world that have (or had) a growth mindset. Growth mindset is the belief that intelligence and abilities can grow and develop with time and effort. Our researc... Read More

Tower Problem

November 9, 2017

Sixth grade Science students met their first “Tower Problem” challenge.  Tower Problem gives them the opportunity to:*demonstrate that students already do think like scientists!*develop group problem-solving skills through use of manipulatives.*practice obse... Read More