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LHS Powerlifting

The Lexington Powerlifting Team competed at the Omaha Creighton Prep Early Bird Powerlifting Meet on Saturday, December 4th.  There were 160 lifters on the day

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Paper Airplanes Take Flight

In Applied Science ECT we have spent the last couple weeks folding and testing paper airplanes. In this unit we look at how planes fly

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Aztecs

In Spanish class students are learning about the Aztecs and their domination of the central part of Mexico. The Aztecs were one of the Mesoamerican

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A is for…

Which is worse: public shame or hidden suffering? Ask any junior in Mrs. Gruntorad’s English 3 classes, and they will tell you the answer according

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Plenty of Good Crot Poems

A crot is a “series of snippets (thoughts, figurative language, direct quotes, inner or spoken dialogue, fragments, lists, descriptions, single sentences, and more)” (Kruse 1).

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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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Symbolism and a Coat of Arms

Mr. Ward’s sophomore English class created their own ‘coat of arms’ while studying stories about King Arthur. The idea of a coat of arms began

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Snow-Redfern Foundation

Snow-Redfern Foundation Grant Awarded to LPS Lexington Public Schools is excited to share that we have received a grant from the Snow-Redfern Foundation to put

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Mole Day Moles

Another Mole Day has come and gone! Saturday, October 23, 2021 chemists and chemistry students from all over the world celebrated Mole Day in honor

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Congruent Triangles

In my Geometry classes the students are working on identifying congruent triangles.  There are some shortcuts to determine if triangles are congruent.  Those shortcuts are

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Lexington FFA Chapter

As the second quarter is underway the Lexington Agriculture Science classes and FFA has had some exciting things happening this semester. This year 6 juniors

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Yearbook Staff Earns 2nd Cornhusker Award

Yearbook Staff Earns 2nd Cornhusker Award The 2020-2021 Minuteman Yearbook Staff earned their second Cornhusker Award, the highest award of excellence for Nebraska journalists, awarded by

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Roaring Twenties

The American History students have been studying the decade of the 1920’s. The 1920’s are considered roaring because of the freedoms and opportunities the American

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Stock Market Challenge

Who can grow their $100,000 to the most by the end of the semester? That is the challenge that my Personal Finance students must face

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Cooking 101 in Room 102

Student’s in Mrs. Peterson’s class cook or prepare a snack, drink, or meal nearly every day during 6th period. Once students become adults and live

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8th Grade CPR

8th Grade CPR photos: Paul Pack Lexington Middle School 8th Grade students learning CPR.  

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Personality Development

From selecting a flavor of ice cream to ranking an order of animals or descriptive words, a plethora of personality tests are available for someone

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Fall 2021 Biology

In Ms. Allnutt’s biology classes, students have learned what the word “biology” means and what it means to be considered alive. If they learn nothing

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The Great Depression

In 20th Century American History, we have just wrapped up covering the Roaring 20’s, and have begun covering the Great Depression. The Great Depression is

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LHS Beginning Art 1

The beginning art 1 students have been working on drawing from the still life. The still life has been changed throughout the quarter, gradually becoming

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What’s happening in T1 English?

Who: Mr. Moreno’s 8th Period English class.  What: Interviewing partners in order to better understand the 7 question words.  When: On Thursday, September 30. Where: In the ISS

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Renaissance

Over the last week in Western Civilization, we have been learning about the Renaissance in Italy and Northern Europe. The Renaissance was a time of

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Heat and Ice, both can be nice

Introduction to athletic training students have spent the early part of the year getting acquainted with the five domains of athletic training. The five domains

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New Adaptive Playground

New Adaptive Playgrounds On Friday, September 24th Lexington Public Schools had a ribbon-cutting for the NEW ADAPTIVE PLAYGROUNDS at Sandoz Elementary and Morton Elementary. Thank

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The Latest Big Ideas in Algebra 2

We are working hard at mastering some big ideas involving “Quadratic Equations and Complex Numbers” in the Algebra 2 classes at Lexington High School. The

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Learning to Change the World

“From phones to cars, technology touches every part of our lives. If you can create technology, you can change the world.”  -Susan Wojcicki. Students at

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Hispanic Heritage Month

This month we are celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month in class. Many Latino countries such as Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras celebrate their independence from

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¡Bienvenidos!

¡Bienvenidos a la clase de español! We have been getting busy with learning basic phrases in Spanish 1 and reviewing the main topics from Spanish

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9/11 Experience at LMS

9/11 Experience at LMS The 9/11 experience started up in our MS library today! Based on a poster exhibit, courtesy of the 9/11 Memorial &

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Clothing and Textiles Field Trip

On Friday, September 3, 2021 the Clothing and Textiles Classes were able to go to Wal-Mart to purchase flannel pajama pant material. The students have

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