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LHS Pride of the Minutemen

Currently, the bands are all working on Pep Band, Concert Band & Jazz Band material.  With concerts looking different because of COVID the band is

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Dual Language Application 2021-22

Bryan Dual Language Academy Kindergarten Applications for the 2021-22 school year will be available starting January 13, 2021 at Bryan Elementary, 1003 North Harrison Street

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Walking Across Nebraska

In STARS PE this month we have started calculating the steps in PE class using clickers. The class puts them on at the beginning of

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A History of Revolution

Currently the Honors Western Civilization students are about to start discussing the course of events that culminated in the horrors of the French Revolution. In

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Jr. Liberty Belles Dance Camp

Jr. Liberty Belles Dance Camp Click Here English Registration What:  Jr. Dance Camp for kids sponsored by the Lexington High School Liberty Belles Drill Team

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New Technology at LHS

Beginning 2nd semester the Advanced Strength and Conditioning classes, in collaboration with the Physics classes, will begin utilizing a new technology during their training.  The

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Using Extra Class Time Wisely

Karla Hernandez, Michelle Rivas, Jo Sayer, Rubi Lopez and Ana Hernandez put the extra time during fifth period this year to good use by making

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Age of Exploration

Over the last week in Western Civilization, we have been learning about the Age of European Exploration. During this time, European countries began seeking out

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Who Am I ?

Reading Skills Mrs Kuefner, Room 301 Who Am I ? We asked this question numerous times during this quarter. It is the title for the

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Automotive Students

First year automotive students have learned about how to buy a vehicle and different types of car insurance, and how to find a quality repair

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Welcome back to room 119!

American History students have been leering about the Civil War. Throughout the course of the second quarter we have looked at the events leading up

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Practicing Workforce Skills

The DLP classes have been busy making their appearance around the school. You might see them pushing in chairs, picking up recycling, doing laundry for

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Collaborative Transition Planning

LHS and Nebraska VR Seniors participating in Mrs. Archer’s Senior Transitions/Career Planning and Career Preparation courses have been busy working with NE VR Employment Specialist,

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D.E.A.R. @ LHS

Drop Everything And Read Students on Destination Graduation Team 3 are reading The Boys In The Boat. It is about nine working-class rowers on the University of

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Activity Updates due to COVID

Activity Updates due to COVID December 1st – Middle School Wrestling (HOME) The Middle School Wrestling Meet held at Lexington High School on Tuesday, Dec.

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Request for Proposal

Request for Proposal Print Management Solution Copier and Printer Services Due 12/1/2020 CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

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An Interesting Time in Team Games…

This semester in Team Games has definitely had a fair share of challenges. Between dealing with new regulations, schedule changes, and other stresses brought about

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LHS American Government CT

American Government CT spent the last weeks studying the American electoral process. Students studied the election process including polling, voter registration, voting options and the

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Español con Señora Ramírez

Spanish 1 and Intermediate Spanish 1 have been working hard all semester! We have covered a variety of topics and have been expanding our vocabulary

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Snow-Redfern Foundation

Thank you to the Snow- Redfern Foundation for your generous grant awarded to The Backpack for Kids Program. We are so excited to use this

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High School Parents

ATTENTION High School Parents Please complete this survey by Monday, November 9th, 6:00 p.m.    Make sure to select the high school in the drop-down

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Research Paper Topics

For the last newsletter, the students in English 4 expressed their opinions on the Covid-19 pandemic. This time, you will get a chance to see

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Happy Mole Day!

Mole Day is celebrated annually on October 23 from 6:02 a.m. to 6:02 p.m., Mole Day commemorates Avogadro’s Number (6.02 x 1023), which is a

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Día de los Muertos

In Spanish 3 we are learning about “Día de los Muertos” or Day of the Death, which is celebrated on November 2. This Celebration is a tradition in

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B-7 Volleyball Subdistricts

NSAA B-7 Sub-district Volleyball Due to State Directed Health Measures limiting indoor capacity to 50%, the NSAA B-7 Sub-district VB tournament held in Lexington on

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Celebrating In Class

Usually the students in the Student Therapy And Resource Services (STARS) program are in the community regularly for activities. This year we are adapting to

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LHS Physical & Health Education

The beginning and advanced strength classes have been working hard and begin their test outs on different lifts and movements.  Students will be testing out

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LHS FFA – Looking Forward

As the second quarter is underway the Lexington Agriculture Science classes and FFA has seen many changes due to Covid-19. As always the students have

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LHS Personal Finance Class

Over the past 7 months, the importance of understanding personal finance has come to the forefront in our country. The ability to prepare financially for

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Become a Substitute Teacher

Become a Substitute Teacher in a Month STEP 1 – APPLY to UNK Admissions by November 12 Graduate Admissions if you have a Bachelor’s Degree,

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Addiction to Ice Cubes

From ‘fake’ journal entries to personal narratives, psychology students recently wrote a creative passage about their ‘addiction’ to ice cubes. In the pretend scenario, students

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The Great War

The American History II students have been studying World War I.  World War I was the first big war of the 20th century. It started

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Camp Success

Camp Success During the month of July, Briyeth Munoz-Contreras and Agustin Lopez-Ibarra participated in a four-day virtual camp called “Camp Connect.” The Pennsylvania Migrant Education

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LHS Forensic Law

Imagine walking into class only to find a crime scene set up for you. You encounter a body on the floor, chairs turned over, signs

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Pandemics of Past and Present

In Western Civilization our students are learning the causes, growths and impacts of the Black Death on the European population as well as how the

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Art with Mr. Brockmoller

Students in Art 1 have been working on still life drawing, honing their drawing skills. The biggest point of emphasis is being able to recreate

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Fall 2020 Allnutt Science

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

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Career and Technical Education

Teachers in CTE classes work to provide instruction in a way that reaches students’ interests and provides real world experiences. The concepts and skills taught

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America’s Great Depression

In American History II class, we are currently discussing the events in America that would cause the United States to enter into the Great Depression.

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Welcome to Pre-Algebra !

       Hello! Welcome to Ms. Diaz Pre-Algebra classes. This is my very first year teaching Pre-Algebra at Lexington High School and I have

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Adaptive PE

This month is Adaptive PE we have been super busy. We have been working on movement every day they come and run and stretch. To

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