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Throwing Away Cancer
FFAThe Lexington FFA has decided to hold a scrap drive to “Throw Away Cancer”. We will be holding a scrap drive in the town of Lexington for individuals wishing to donate unused appliances and other metals. FFA members will be collecting all of the metals ranging from aluminum to steel. Please contact Jacob Cohenour at (309) 533-0347 or Miss Bissey at (309) 365-2711 to arrange for pickup or drop off. All proceeds received from the drive will be donated to the American Cancer Society. The Lexington FFA  has decided to donate to the American Cancer Society because it is something that hits home for our chapter having various members who have lost loved ones due to cancer. All donations should be received by Friday May 13th for collection. If you have any further questions please contact either Jacob or Miss Bissey.


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

Lexington Yearbook Senior Ad
Senior AdSenior Parents: Order your personal message to your graduating senior in the yearbook today! Bring or mail your order form to the high school office or email your message and photo to ppeacock@lexington.k12.il.us. Details are included on the form.
Yearbook Senior Ad Form






2016 Lexington Volleyball Spring Clinic

The LHS Volleyball program will be hosting a Spring Clinic on Monday May 16th - Thursday May 19th.  The hours will be from 3:30 - 5:00 p.m.  Cost is $40 per child.  Please return forms to Coach Stauter or either office before Monday May 2nd.  2016 Lexington Volleyball Spring Clinic.pdf

Unified Bass Fishing

Lexington High School is proud to introduce the Unified Special Olympics Bass fishing team. Team members include Brancen Hilton, Kale Grunloh, Brian Swanson (Coach), and Eric Sharrow (coach). These gentlemen will be competing alongside other Illinois high school bass fishing teams the weekend of May 19-21st at Lake Carlyle, Illinois. We are so proud of our Lexington Fishermen and wish them the best of luck!
Bass Fishing



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


Prom Court

Congratulations to the 2016 LHS Prom Court:  Thomas Hazam, Austin Payne, Alex Payne, Blake Edwards, Starr Baker, Morgann Sharrow, Ashland Eckhart and Taylor Lingle
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Prom Court


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


8th Grade Promotion

The 8th grade promotion ceremony has been set for Thursday May 26 at 7:00 PM in the high school gym.  The ceremony will last approximately 30 minutes and will be followed up with a reception line for attendees to congratulation the students following the service.  

Here are a few things that I want to pass along regarding this ceremony: 

  • We ask that our 8th grade students arrive by 6:30 p.m. and meet in the district library.  
  • We ask that our 8th grade students abide by the school dress code. We do ask that our students try to wear nice attire for the event, and please refrain from wearing shorts. We recommend not wearing tennis shoes or flip-flops as well, as shoes WILL be visible during the ceremony.  There is no reason to spend a lot on a new outfit as the students will be wearing robes during the ceremony.
  • We ask that attendees do not bring noise-makers, whistles, signs etc. to the ceremony. 
  • There will be no reserved seating for this event.  

End of the Year Dates

Please access for end of the year dates district wide.
2016 End of the Year Dates


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.