Central fourth grade students visit The Ohio Statehouse.

Thank you OhioHealth, the American Heart Association and Dr. Gregory Eaton for your generous donation of the CPR training kit to train our students and staff.

Every year 350,000 people suffer a heart attack, and though 70 ...

Lexington High School student Abby is recognized as a 2017 National Silver Medal in Scholastic Art and Writing award recipient. Of 330,000 works of art submitted nationally, Abby’s work was one of the 1% of all work ...

Lexington Senior Leah was recognized as a 2017 Franklin B. Walter Outstanding Scholar. Leah is pictured with her most influential teacher, Jen Berry and High School Principal Jeremy Secrist.

These students are members of the three Eastern Elementary Academic Challenge teams who competed in the Tri-County Academic Challenge competition and garnered first, second and third place finishes out of 28 teams.

Lexington Junior High student, Maggie won the State Regional Spelling Bee at Ohio University. The field of competitors included 51 contestants representing 26 Ohio counties. Maggie prevailed through 13 rounds, ultimately ...

"Opera in the Schools" performance at Eastern Elementary.

Olivia, Junior Volleyball and Basketball standout was joined by 30 other High School Student-Athletes, to read to Western students during Right to Read week.

Western students participating in Dr. Seuss Week.

First graders from Western have fun with "twin day".

 

Central Elementary students sponsor a Thank You breakfast for Lexington Police, Troy Twp. EMTs, Lexington Bus Drivers, Maintenance and Technology staff.

Eastern Elementary Mathcounts team broke a record at Eastern by scoring the highest points ever for a 6th grade team.  They took 3rd place at Regionals.

Eastern Elementary student Adison will be representing Eastern at the Regional Spelling Bee in Athens in March.

In an effort to continue to provide our students and staff with the necessary tools to compete in a 21st century world, we are pleased to provide a free Microsoft Office download.  All Lexington staff and students ...

With the many cell phones in use by parents and students, text messaging can provide us with an immediate, reliable and cost-effective method for contacting parents and students instantly.   It is wise ...

Central Students Visit The Ohio Statehouse
Central Students Visit The Ohio Statehouse
CPR Training Kit Donation
CPR Training Kit Donation
2017 National Silver Medal Recipient in Scholastic Art and Writing
2017 National Silver Medal Recipient in Scholastic Art and Writing
2017 Franklin B. Walter Outstanding Scholar
2017 Franklin B. Walter Outstanding Scholar
Eastern Elementary Academic Challenge Teams
Eastern Elementary Academic Challenge Teams
Junior High Student Wins Regional Spelling Bee
Junior High Student Wins Regional Spelling Bee
Eastern Opera Performance
Eastern Opera Performance
High School Student-Athletes Read to Western Students
High School Student-Athletes Read to Western Students
Dr Seuss Week
Dr Seuss Week
Western Twin Day
Western Twin Day
Central Students Sponsor Thank You Breakfast
Central Students Sponsor Thank You Breakfast
Record Breaking Eastern Mathcounts Team
Record Breaking Eastern Mathcounts Team
Regional Spelling Bee
Regional Spelling Bee
Free Office Download
Free Office Download
Text and Email Alert Service
Text and Email Alert Service

TextAlerts

With the many cell phones in use by parents and students, text messaging can provide us with an immediate, reliable and cost-effective method for contacting parents and students instantly.   It is wise to sign up for the alerts from "Lexington District" as well as the buildings you or your children attend.

Text messaging can be used for a variety of contact reasons such as:

Broadcasting snow day notifications, school closings or delays - YOU MUST BE SIGNED UP FOR DISTRICT ALERTS TO GET CLOSING AND DELAY NOTIFICATIONS as this is a district decision.

Broadcast emergency alerts (school lockdowns)

Alerting parents for delayed school buses

Alerting parents for local dangers, such as stalker

To register for email and text alerts:  On the top navigation bar, click on "Parents & Students", then click on "Text and Email Alerts" which will link you to the subscription page.

As a reminder...if you sign up to receive text alerts from multiple buildings, you may receive duplicate alerts. If you wish to remove yourself from receiving any alerts, please return to the subscription page and remove yourself.

To remove yourself from a list: Click on the text notification system link from our main webpage. Select "Unsubscribe from Alerts". Enter the phone number, select the lists you wish to unsubscribe from and then click "unsubscribe". 

 

 

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