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The District's Mission Statement

"...to create capable and lifelong learners."


NRT—Students in grades 2 through 11 will take the Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA) Measure of Academic Achievement (MAP) test. To learn more about the NWEA and the MAP test, please visit their website at http://www.nwea.org/.

State Assessment—Dates for the assessments in reading, math and science tests will be March 18 – May 3. The last week is for makeup tests only. For more information, please visit the Nebraska Department of Education website.

Continuous Improvement Plan

District Cip Team

District Chairs – Annette Fitzgeral and Ann Foster

ELA – Tara Tomasek and Abby Neujahr

Bryan – Steph Russman and Carla Bacon

Morton – Amy Mostek and Amber Nichols

Pershing – Rachel Fast and Kellie Cetak

Sandoz – Mary Jo Page and Teresa Barnett

Middle School – Amber Dorsey and Chelsie Sinsel

High School – Peg Fisher and Libby Joekel

Curricular Areas

The core curriculum is a predetermined body of skills, knowledge and abilities that is taught to all students no matter their career plans. It is a predetermined set of key concepts, replicating high performance standards, which all students are expected to successfully demonstrate.


The rigor in the core curricula is in place to create lifelong learners. The Lexington Public Schools offer comprehensive curricula in grades K-12, which includes the following areas:


  • K–12: Language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, physical education, vocal music, visual art, technology education.
  • K–5: Dual language education.
  • 5–12: Instrumental music.
  • 6–12: Visual arts, technology education, family and consumer science, world language.
  • 9–12: Business education, vocational education.

Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment Staff

Julie Myers

Ann Foster