Central Elementary fourth graders recently provided an appreciation breakfast for school support staff and local service providers. The students invited the School Transportation, Maintenance and Technology Departments and the various Village of Lexington Departments and ...

Western and Central Elementary third grade students had their second annual combined Veterans' Day Program. The program was awesome and the kids performed to a packed house. God Bless the USA!

Central Elementary's 4th Grade Leadership Team prepared and served 100 meals in downtown Mansfield recently. The non-profit organization People Helping People of North Central Ohio Inc. organizes volunteers to provide and serve meals 365 days a year to those needing extra ...

Central and Western students enjoyed learning from the experts on Safety Day! Thank you to everyone who volunteered their time and talents.

Central Elementary participated in Dr. Seuss Week. The students had such great fun, until it was done (the staff had a great time as well). From Dr. Seuss... "Think and Wonder, Wonder and Think." "The more that you read, the more you will know.  The more ...

Central Appreciation Breakfast
Central Appreciation Breakfast
Veterans' Day Program
Veterans' Day Program
4th Grade Leaders Serving Lunch
4th Grade Leaders Serving Lunch
Safety Day
Safety Day
Students Participated in Dr Seuss Week
Students Participated in Dr Seuss Week

Lexington Local Schools will hold kindergarten registration on Thursday, March 5th from 9:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. and Thursday, March 12th from 4:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. at Central and Western Elementary. Your child must be 5 years old on or before August 1, 2020 to be eligible for kindergarten. The following documentation is needed for kindergarten registration:

     1.  Child's original birth certificate
     2.  Child's social security card
     3.  Child's immunization record
     4.  Custody papers (single, adoptive, foster family or name change)
     5.  Proof of residence (current rental/purchase/lease agreement or
         utility bill)
     6.  Your driver's license 

Parents will sign up for a kindergarten screening date & time during registration.

 

Central

October’s Newsletter

 

Student of the Month   

     Congratulations to the following students who have been selected to participate in this month’s “Student of the Month.”  Their selection by their teachers was based on strict standards involving good citizenship, positive attitude, regular attendance, being prepared for class, doing their homework and in general, doing all the “right” things towards being a good citizen at school.  We are very proud of you and your accomplishments.  The Students of the Month for September are:

 

Mrs. Rastetter AM         Aanya B.

Mrs. Rastetter PM         Raelynn J.

Mrs. Hock AM               Kaylee M.

Mrs. Hock PM               Felix P.

Mrs. Barrett                   Maggie H.

Mrs. Shaffer                  Lena S.

Mrs. Lamp                    Tyson E.

Mrs. Pelphrey                Benjamin M.

Mrs. Blackstone            Moises D.

Mrs. Lohr                      Eve W.

Mrs. Perry                     Violet M.

Mrs. Smith                   Bentley H.

Mrs. McCammon           Shayleth S.

Mrs. Goodall                 Sofia P.

Mrs. Noblet                   Payton M.

Mrs. Young                   Emma M.

Mrs. Bright                    Kaleb N.

Mrs. Remy                    Quinnten A.

Mrs. Hooper                  Trevor R.


 

 

Writers’ Gallery

     Every week the teachers submit writing pieces for us to showcase.  Each week we pick out five exceptional writing pieces to display.  The students are recognized by having their names said on the morning announcements, they receive a “Golden Pencil” and a McDonald’s certificate, as well as their pictures and writing exemplars are displayed in Writers’ Gallery.   This month’s winners are: Elyana W. Bailey H., Annie H., and Preston

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Right to Read Week/October 21-25

     It is Fairy Tales and Folklore Week and we are going on an adventure through these stories!  Dress up day will be Friday, October 25th, please wear your pajamas that day!  We will have Fairy Tale and Folklore themed activities throughout the week.

    

Annual Haunted Hallways at Lexington High School

   On Wednesday, October 23rd from 5:30-7:00 students sixth grade and lower can come to the Lexington High School to Trick or Treat. 

 

Parent Lunch Week

    The week of October 28th we will be celebrating Parent Lunch Week.  Information was already sent home.  If you have any questions, please call 419-884-2192 or 419-884-1308.  If you are unable to come to eat with your student those days, please stop in and eat anytime!

 

Halloween Activities

     We are planning on starting the children’s parade at 1:45 on Friday, November 1st weather permitting.  Please watch for a newsletter from your child’s teacher regarding when their party will take place.  Please park on the playground.  You may start parking at 1:20 (that is when the last students come in from recess.) 

 

 

Upcoming Events

Tuesday, October 8th              6:30  Lexington PTO at Central

Tuesday, October 15th            Military Kids Lunch

Week of October 21st              Right to Read Week

Monday, October 21st             PTO sponsoring McTeacher Night, profits go to PTO

                                                McDonalds off of Hanley Rd. 5-7 pm

Tuesday, October 22nd           Third Grade AIR Test, Part One

Tuesday, October 22nd           First Reading Carnival

Wednesday, October 23rd       Third Grade AIR Test, Part Two

Wednesday, October 23rd      Haunted Hallways at the High School 5:30-7:00

Friday, October 25th                End of the first 9 weeks

Week of October 28th              Parent Lunch Week

Friday, November 1st              Halloween Parties/Grade Cards home

 

 

The Great Book Swap

Need New Books? Trade in Your Old Books for New Ones!

Sponsored by 4th Grade Leadership Team

In celebration of Right to Read Week we will be holding a book exchange during Right to Read Week.  Students should bring gently used children’s books to school October 7-16.  All students will get to choose a new title to take home with them.  If you have a pile of books at home to donate, feel free to send in more than one. 

 

 

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