Lexington Junior High student Maggie S. will be competing in the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington DC May 29 and 30, 2018. Maggie’s group will be on stage from 2:30pm to 3:50pm on Tuesday, May 28 and from 2:00pm to 3:25pm on Wednesday, May 29. The competition will be streaming on ESPN3. If Maggie is a Finalist, it will be announced on Wednesday at 5:10pm, also on ESPN3. Finals are on Thursday, May 31 from 10:00am to 2:00pm on ESPN2 and from 8:20pm to 10:30pm on ESPN.


Girls Track 2018 District Champions


Preschool and Kindergarten Western Games


Eastern students and staff creating a color wheel design on the playground to celebrate Youth Fine Arts Month.


Lexington Junior High Academic Challenge team received first place out of 34 schools in the May 15 competition at MOESC.


Lexington High School students took part in the Daylight Prom at Clear Fork High School. The theme of the Prom was Superheroes.


Western third grade students participated in Lexington’s Arbor Day event.


Lexington High School had 11 Student-Athletes attend the Richland Source Student-Athlete of the Year Breakfast sponsored by Richland Bank.


The Lexington Minutemen Varsity Baseball Team captured an outright OCC Championship last night versus Mansfield Senior 11-1. The Minutemen improved to 15-2 and begin Sectional play at home Friday night versus the winner of Kenton and Tiffin Columbian.


Lexington senior Daphnee H. and Intervention Specialist Jeanna Godby(left) and Fourth Grader Gavin B. and Intervention Specialist Amy Gerhardt(right) were awarded the Outstanding Achievement Award for students and educators by the State Support Team 7 on May 8th. Congratulations to all!


Lexington senior Abigail A. was awarded the Rotary McGowan Courage Award on May 8th. She joined 8 other students from Richland County who were nominated by their school who have demonstrated courage, tenacity, and fortitude in the face of adversity and difficulty in their lives. Congratulations to Abigail and all Richland County recipients.


Congratulations to the teacher team of Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Kmetz, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Pritchard, and Mrs. Coffman for being awarded the Franklin B Walter Outstanding Educator Team Award 2018.


Autumn P., a Senior from Lexington High School, earned The Carmean Award presented by the Pioneer Career and Technology Center. Autumn excelled in Pioneer’s Dental Assisting program.


One boy and one girl were nominated quarterly from each classroom to be on the Fourth Grade Leadership Team at Central. Students met weekly to plan leadership activities to serve our school and community. Students helped with weekend food bag, Central Pride, Reading Carnival, organized a trash pick up, taught in each classroom about the Buddy Bench, organized an affirmation shamrock hunt, spring food collection, and many other activities. As leaders they were encouraged to develop their speaking and presentation skills. Thank you Fourth Grade Leadership Team members!


Buddy Reading outside at Western.


Mrs. Goodall's students from Central visit the Environmental Classroom.


High School Student-Athletes spent their morning reading to Western students for Right to Read week.


Junior High students giving demonstration speeches for English class.

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Juliana H. reads to Western Kindergarten students during Right to Read Week.

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Ellie N. reads to Western Kindergarten students during Right to Read Week.


Students from Western collaborating on Art projects with residents at the Lexington Court Care Center.