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The Lexington School Board approved an updated transportation policy as of 10/20/17.  The updated policy is as follows:
All members of extra-curricular activities shall travel to extra-curricular events and return home from extra-curricular events with the team or club on which the student participates by use of school-approved means of transportation. A waiver of this rule may be issued by a coach, sponsor, or administrator based on a signed paper note or email from the student’s parent, guardian, or family member and provided that the parent or guardian appears and accepts custody of the student.   In the case where a parent will transport a student other than their child, the written request must be signed by the parents of any and all students that that parent will transport. Oral requests shall not be honored and oral permissions shall not be valid.  Abuse of this policy will result in a loss of this waiver option for a period of time to be determined by an administrator.

JH Learn Club

On Friday, Nov. 3rd, the Lexington Junior High Learn Club will be hosting a dance for all Junior High students.  It is not limited to those who belong to LEARN ClubThe dance is scheduled from 7:00-9:00pm.  There is not a dress code other than if they would like to participate in the neon themeStudents can certainly wear a dress or jeans. It is up to them how formal or casual to go.  The same rules apply to our dances for appropriate dress as in the handbook.  There is an entrance fee of $3.  However, if you bring a can for the food pantry the admission is $1 off.  All profits will benefit a charity of the club's choice.  We are encouraging any Lexington Junior High student to attend for 2 hours of fun interaction without cell phone activity :) Students can have them, but we would like them to be kept in pockets. 

In preparation for our dance, we will be having 
dress up days NEXT WEEK (instead of the week-of).  We welcome ALL junior high students to participate for fun in our dress up days! 
Monday (10/23): Pajamas
Tuesday (10/24): Fake an Injury
Wednesday (10/25): Mix Match
Thursday (10/26): Gender Bender
Friday (10/27): Neon

Red Ribbon Week

Lexington Elementary school will be taking part in a week long program called Red Ribbon Week. Red Ribbon Week was designed to create an awareness concerning the problems related to the use of tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs. The theme for this year is "I Love My Drug Free Selfie".

Students will be given a red ribbon at school and various activities will take place throughout the week. Students are encouraged to donate food to help our local food bank. Food items can be brought in daily throughout the week for donations. We also encourage students in grades PreK-5th grades to participate in the following dress-up days:

     - Monday 10/23  Pajama Day - Dream to be Drug Free
     - Tuesday 10/24  Sports Day - Be a Drug Free All-Star
     - Wednesday 10/25  Wacky Wednesday - Don't Be Wacky, Be Drug Free 
     - Thursday 10/26  Nerd Day - Be Smart, Don't Do Drugs
     - Friday, 10/27  Red Day - Stop Drugs In Their Tracks


Yearbooks

Yearbooks are in! 2017 seniors can pick up their yearbooks in the office. A few additional books are available for purchase from Mr. Peacock at the original cost of $60. Orders are automatically placed for all high school students for the 2018 yearbook. Look for information in the mail from Josten's.

 


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The Lexington School District is located in and around a small rural community situated along Interstate #55, north of the twin cities of Bloomington and Normal. The city of Lexington has a population of approximately 2,100 people and is viewed as an up-and-coming community with small town values and big city amenities.  Approximately 500 students in grades PreK-12 are housed at one campus located in Lexington. Our school is rich in tradition in the classroom and on the athletic fields.  We are proud of the outstanding academic opportunities that we are able to offer our students, whether it is our small class sizes of at the elementary level, or the multiple dual-credit opportunities for our high school students. Recently named one of the Best High Schools by the US World and News Report, please contact us or stop by our school and see what it takes to become a Lexington Minutemen!