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School Health Requirement for 2016-2017
It is never too early to begin to think about next school year.  Many of our students at the various age levels will need to visit the dentist or doctor this summer to meet the requirements set for by the state of Illinois to be able to attend school or play sports.  This is best time to call your family doctor or dentist and set that appointment before their appointment books get full.  Please don't wait and put your child in jeopardy of not being able to participate in athletics or start the school year on time next year.  For students entering Kindergarten, 6th, 9th and 12th grades new physicals and immunizations are required.  Attached is the mandated necessary health requirements for the 2016-2017 school year.  Please review and contact us if you have any questions. 2016-17 School Health Requirements.pdf

LEAP Enrollment Now Open
Enrollment is OPEN NOW for the Lexington Elementary After-School Program (L.E.A.P.) for the 2016-2017 school year!

Details about the program can be found here, in the L.E.A.P. Handbook. After reviewing the information in the handbook, if you would like to enroll your student(s) in the program, please click here to complete the online L.E.A.P. Enrollment Form. If you are unable to access the online form, you can also print out a hard copy here and return it to the elementary office.

L.E.A.P. will begin on August 17, 2016, which is the first full day of school. There will be a maximum of 30 students accepted for the 2016-2017 school year, so be sure to get your enrollment form and $25 deposit (per family) submitted soon! If you are not accepted due to the program being full, your $25 deposit will be refunded.

If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact Ms. Hess at (309)365-2741 or ehess@lexington.k12.il.us.

2015-2016 Yearbook
Each high school student can still purchase a yearbook for this school year. Students wanting to purchase a yearbook can bring in a check by May 25th.  Orders may also be placed online at http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/productBrowse/1074783/Lexington-High-School/2016-Yearbook/20160114041621690136/CATALOG_SHOP/?utm_content=ORDER-NOW-2&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=YBK_CMP_N_LC4_HY_E2_LimitedSupply_2016519&utm_source=exacttarget&utm_term=All%20Subscribers

Attached is the list of PAID yearbook orders for the 2016 yearbook. 
Please contact 
Paul Peacock or Jilliann Pacha with any questions. 2016YearbookPaidOrders.pdf


2016-2017 Lexington School Calendar
School-Calendar-2016-17.pdf


Youth Basketball Camp
The basketball program will be featuring a 2-night summer skills camp for all boys entering grades 4th-8th grade.  The dates are June 6th and June 8th.  (4:30-6:00 PM for grades 4th-5th; 6:00-7:30 PM for grades 6th-8th). Forms were sent home at school and should be returned by Friday May 20th. 2016 Youth Minutemen Basketball Camp.pdf

PTO Offers SchoolKidz Supply Kits

The Lexington PTO has been working hard behind the scenes to begin offering a new service to parents for the upcoming school year! Your child will bring home a paper order form in the next couple of days for a school supply kit. These kits are stocked with the items the teachers have requested for the 2016/2017 school year. The order forms are grade and gender specific to match the teachers' requests. 

If you choose to order through SchoolKidz (a Staples company), the boxes will be available for pick up at walk in registration Wednesday, August 3rd and Thursday, August 4th. 

In order to be able to take advantage of this great opportunity, the paper orders need to be turned into the office by Wednesday, May 25th (please make checks payable to Lexington Elementary). On-line ordering will remain open through Friday, June 3rd. Order online at www.shopttkits.com and use account number 10620.

We hope that you find this opportunity beneficial to you and your family.  Back to school shopping has never been easier!  If you have any questions, please contact Julie McArdle: julieannmcardle@gmail.com

Department of Human Services
Do you have a disability?  Are you planning to go to college this year?  Please see flyer for information meetings regarding services from Div. of Rehabilitation Services.  
Division of Rehabilitation Services

Booster Club Golf Outing

The 1st Annual Booster Club Golf Outing will be on Saturday June 25th at Wolf Creek Golf Club in Pontiac.  The cost is $50/player or $200/foursome. You can also sponsor a hole for $100.00 . Please fill out the Golfer Registration Form and return it to the address on the form.  Check’s can be made payable to the Lexington Booster Club.  Thank you in advance for your support of the Booster Club!  Golf Outing Registration Form 2016.pdf

Volley-a-thon
Save the date! The 6th Annual Volley-A-Thon will be on Friday, June 3rd starting at 6:00 P.M.  The cost to play is $30.  You will also receive a t-shirt for participating in the tournament.  Please fill out the participant form below and return to your team captain or Coach Stauter by May 13th.  You may still fill out a form even if you aren't on a team and we will find a spot for you! The $30 dollars can be paid in advance or at the door the night of the Volley-A-Thon. 
Participant form 2016.pdf






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The Lexington School District is located in and around a small ruralcommunity situated along Interstate #55 north of the twin cities ofBloomington and Normal. The city of Lexington has a population ofapproximately 2100 people. The school district is a unit district thatencompasses 83 square miles around and including the city of Lexington.Most of the land use is agricultural with a portion used forpublic or commercial business. Approximately 480 students in grades PreK-12 are housed at one campuslocated in Lexington. The district employs 41 full time teachers and 2 administrators. District programinitiatives include an outstanding Pre-school “At-Risk” program andexcellent integration of technology into the curriculum beginning inKindergarten. High school students are able to supplement their coursework with Heartland Community College courses offered during the schoolday on our campus. District Low-Incomepopulation is approximately 23% of student enrollment. The student attendance rate isover 96% in the district.