Staff Development

February 27, 2018

The LMS staff participated in a fun GooseChase for the beginning of our professional development day on January 3rd. Here are some pictures and videos of the scavenger hunts.          Read More

Keep the Driving Moving!

February 26, 2018

We would like to remind everyone to keep the traffic moving around the middle school. While Washington Street is a drop-off  and loading zone, you need to keep the traffic moving. If you are dropping off your student(s), a quick stop to let them out of the vehicle is fi... Read More

My Brother Sam Is Dead

February 13, 2018

8th grade students read a historical novel entitled MY BROTHER SAM IS DEAD by James and Christopher Collier. It's about the Meeker family who live in Connecticut and the setting is during the American Revolutionary War. The authors do a splendid job of showing the readers h... Read More


February 8, 2018

It is often hard for teachers and parents to understand the difficulties students with learning and attention deficits face in the classroom everyday.  In addition, the frustration those students face can be overwhelming for them and make completing daily assignments ne... Read More

Upcoming Blood Drive

February 6, 2018

Lexington Middle School and the Student Council could really use your help as we prepare for our upcoming blood drive. There are still open appointment times, and here are three easy ways you can help us meet our goal on February 15th, 2018. If you haven’t schedul... Read More

Trout in the Classroom

February 2, 2018

-- Ms. Lisa Cotter Last year, Mr. Hanson and his students experienced the Trout in the Classroom. This year, the Trout in the Classroom equipment is being used by Mr. Risinger and his students.  Fortunately, Ms. Cotter and her students are also able to experience ... Read More

How To Prepare For An IEP Meeting

February 1, 2018

If you have a student with and Individualized Education Plan or IEP, preparing for the annual meeting can help for a successful and smooth collaboration.  Here a few suggestions to help you prepare for a meeting and to help create and effective IEP. Review documents.... Read More