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Lexington Elementary students kindergarten through 3rd grade will have the privilege of attending Delta Dental Land of Smiles Show on Thursday at 9:00 am.  We've been teaching our students all about the importance of practicing good oral health habits. This week, Delta Dental of Illinois Foundation's Tooth Wizard and PlaqueMan will be sharing a show on the topic for us!  Ask your kids what they learned from the show!

 Tooth Wizard and PlaqueMan

Mascot Madness
Mascot Madness

The Minutemen have been entered into the Mascot Madness Competition!  Please check out the website and vote often!

CSN and CSNChicago.com will be searching for the most unique Illinois high school mascot nickname over the next six weeks in "Mascot Madness." And we need your help!

Fans are encouraged to vote for each of their favorite nicknames in a four region, 64-team bracket, similar to NCAA's "March Madness." Each week we advance one round, with the coronation of the "Mascot Madness" champion taking place during the IHSA 4A boys basketball championship on Saturday March 19th.

Voting is done exclusively through www.csnchicago.com/MascotMadness. On each regional voting page, official tallies are recorded via Twitter and Facebook. Fans are encouraged to not only vote for their favorite school, but for others in each region as well.

Each week, the voting round opens on Monday at 12:00pm and ends on Thursdays at 4:00pm.

2016 Lexington State of the School

Tax Calculator
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Lifeguard Training
The YMCA is offering several opportunities to become a Lifeguard this spring.  Please see attached flyer for information.  lifeguard 2016 flyer.pdf

Trivia Night

Trivia Night

Operation Cool
Tri-County Operation Cool program will be celebrating its 19th year supporting local high schools in the area.  Tri-County Operation Cool is a local organization that promotes seat belt awareness and safe driving practices to our local teens.  Operation Cool currently has 19 high schools participating in the program with approximately 10,000 students from DeWitt, McLean, and Livingston counties.  One of the program’s key components is to reward students who follow the rules of Operation Cool:  wear your seat belt, make sure that passengers wear seatbelts, no texting while driving, stay in school, and avoid alcohol and drugs.  This program is for all high school students, not just those with a driver’s license.   We have several prizes and rewards for all selected high school participants at our grand finale event, which will be held on Wednesday May 4, 2016 at Normal Community West High School.  Past prizes have included the grand prize of the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport, laptop computers, iPads, TV’s, Beats headphones, Fitbits, mini-refrigerators, and a variety of gift cards to local establishments.  In order to be eligible for these prizes, all students need to submit a signed Student Contract submitted to the HS office before Friday February 5th.  Contracts are available in the office.  Please pick yours up today!

8th Annual PTO Carnival
Mark your calendars! The 8th Annual PTO Carnival is coming up Saturday, March 5 from 4-7pm in the Lexington school gyms. There will be all new games this year, along with inflatables, jail/bail, balloon artist, face painter, free cotton candy and popcorn, a meal, and a basket raffle. 

We need volunteers to help out at the carnival. If you are interested in helping, please go to www.goo.gl/dedDUw or contact Anita McCue at 287-5471 or anitamccue@ymail.com

Following is a list of the class baskets. If you have children in these classes and would like to donate items, contact their teacher to find out what they already have/still need.
Pre-K: Superheroes Saves the Day (Fun Things to Do)
Ktg: Marvel
1st: Snow Day Fun
2nd: Movies
3rd: Baking with Kids
4th: Sweet Smells
5th: Family Game Night

Community Closet
Attention Parents/Guardians:
This school year the Lexington School District has created a 'Community Closet' full of clothing items for students.All of the items have been donated to the school through various programs and amazing members of the community.The goal of the closet is ensure that students have the necessary clothing items available for the changing seasons.
The items included  in the closet are:  tennis shoes, socks, jeans, t-shirts, dress shirts (female), gloves and coats.
A majority of the items are sized for students in upper elementary, junior high, and high school. 
However, if you are in need of other sizes, are in need or  know someone  in need of winter items, please do not hesitate to contact the school. 
If you have any questions or would like to make a donation, please contact Miss. Newbold in the high school.

School Calendar
2015-16 School Calendar.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.