The Lexington School Board of Education is committed to the higher education for all students in Lexington Public Schools. The board sees the primary mission is to develop capable and responsible lifelong learners and preparing students for the global challenge and the opportunities of the future.

Board of Education Regular Meetings

Date
Second Monday of each month (unless otherwise scheduled)

Time
7:00 pm (meeting times may vary)

Location
Lexington City Chambers Office (unless otherwise scheduled)
406 E 7th St.
Lexington, NE  68850

2019-2020 School Board Members

Roger Reutlinger

  • President
  • Term Expires 12/22

Cindy Benjamin

  • Vice President
  • Term Expires 12/20

Garth Mins

  • Secretary
  • Term Expires 12/22

Travis Maloley

  • Member
  • Term Expires 12/22

Larry Steinberger

  • Member
  • Term Expires 12/20

Carlos Saiz

  • Member
  • Term Expires 12/20

Committees

Activities

3RD WEDNESDAY OF EACH MONTH, 4:00PM

Cindy Benjamin

Carlos Saiz

Larry Steinberger

Calendar

AS NEEDED

Cindy Benjamin

Larry Steinberger

Legislative and Finance

FRIDAY PRECEDING REGULAR BOARD MEETING 7:00AM

Travis Maloley

Roger Reutlinger

Larry Steinberger

Buildings and Grounds

FRIDAY PRECEDING REGULAR BOARD MEETING, 8:00AM

Travis Maloley

Roger Reutlinger

Larry Steinberger

Curriculum & Americanism

3RD FRIDAY OF EACH MONTH, 7:00AM

Garth Mins

Travis Maloley

Carlos Saiz

Policy and Transportation

4TH WEDNESDAY OF EACH MONTH, 4:00PM

Cindy Benjamin

Roger Reutlinger

Carlos Saiz

Technology

3RD FRIDAY OF EACH MONTH, 6:00AM

Garth Mins

Cindy Benjamin

Travis Maloley

Policies

Respect and Dignity Policy

The Board of Education believes it is part of our responsibility to provide, orderly and harmonious environment in which respect for the dignity and worth of every member of the school community is recognized and promoted. The Board believes that all employees, parent/guardians and students are entitled to be treated and are obligated to treat others with courtesy, fairness and decency. Only through the commitment and ongoing attention of each of us to a safe, caring and supportive atmosphere can we expect to achieve our objective of enabling all our students to become capable and responsible lifelong learners.

Lexington has a diverse, multicultural school community, a fact the Board considers an asset and a source of pride and enrichment. This diversity, however, underscores the importance of sensitivity to the backgrounds, feelings, and concerns of students and community members and of meeting the moral imperative of an equal opportunity society free of prejudice and discrimination. Accordingly, in this school district, statements or behavior by any member of the school community which insults, degrades, harasses or stereotypes any other person on the basis of race, gender, handicap, physical condition, socioeconomic background, ethnic or national origin, or religion is unacceptable.