Welcome to Lexington School District!

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Lexington CUSD#7 Board of Education and school administration are working to establish a new strategic plan for our district and we are seeking your input! Below you will find a survey that will allow you to share your input and perception of our school system.  The data derived from this questionnaire will greatly assist in much needed planning and preparation that is underway. 
Please click on this link to complete:     
District Planning Survey

Please click on this link to view presentation
"A Review of Lexington #7 2016-2021" District Five Year Review

Online Scholastic Book Fair- April 16th -29th
All orders placed online will be shipped directly to your home.
**Profits from the Book Fair will benefit all students by allowing us to purchase new titles for our school library
Scholastic Book Fair Order Link

Order your 2021 Yearbook Today!
Capture the memories of this school year in print.
Pay with cash or check at school or order online at: https://jostensyearbooks.com/?REF=A01840600

Attention Lexington parents:

If you have or had a graduating Senior who received an athletic yard sign, we we would like to recycle your post for a new Freshman athlete. 
You can drop the post by Kevin Payne’s house @ 114 Delane Dr. or call for pick up at 309-824-8950.

Need Assistance? 

We are here to help you!  If you are in need of someone to talk to you are worried about a friend who may need help, please reach out to us!  Let us know by completing this form and we will get back to you as soon as we can.   This form is also for anyone needing help with academics, mental health, food, shelter, and technology.  We care about you and we understand that these are difficult times for all of us.  Let us be there for each otherHelp Form

NEW*****2021-2022 School Calendar***********

20-21 School Year Information:


Lunch Information 2020-2021


Student Drop Off Map

Wellness and Illness: 

UPDATED: (3/17): Now What Quick Reference Chart 3.17.21.pdf

UPDATED: (3/17): IDPH-COVID19-Exclusion-Decison-Tree 3.17.21.pdf

UPDATED: (4/22): Lexington 7 Daily Wellness Data 4.22.21.pdf

McLean County Wellness Metrics

UPDATED: (3/18): Testing Options 3.18.21.pdf

20-21 General Information:

Emergency Notification System: 
Our school utilizes the SchoolMessenger system to deliver text, phone or email notifications in the event of an emergency or important announcement.  You can participate in this service by sending a text message of "Y" or "Yes" to our school's short code number 67587. (Data rates may apply)  For email or phone notifications, please make sure your student's contact information is always updated in our school's data system "TeacherEase."  

2020-2021 Academic Calendar (Updated 1/6/21)
School-Calendar-2020-21 updated.pdf


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About our school

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!