Eastern sixth grade students celebrated World Kindness Day November 13th. Each student was given a heart and all the students were asked to go around the room and write a kind compliment or encouraging word on each students' heart that is pertinent to that student. Many ...

Eastern Elementary recently did community service projects. The 6th grade students from Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Parker, Mrs. Rogers and Mrs. Swart's team did a coffee drive for firefighters. The students chose this project because several of their dads are firefighters. The ...

The Character Focus for the month of September at Eastern Elementary was SERVICE. Classes from Mrs. Berry, Smith and Wyant recognized the Lexington Police Department.

Sixth grade students from Eastern went on their 'Employable Arts' Field Trip, which included stops at DRM, Carousel Works, Carousel Park and the Renaissance Theater.

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

Some Eastern, JH and HS students, Eastern staff and community members volunteered to spruce up the restrooms at Eastern Elementary with paintings and inspirational sayings. Great idea. Looks awesome and we've had very positive feedback from the students. Thanks to all ...

The two Eastern 6th grade Academic Challenge teams finished 1st and 2nd in their most recent competition.

Eastern's 5th grade Academic Challenge team earned first place in a recent competition.

6th grade students assisted 'People Helping People' in Downtown Mansfield.

Eastern's 6th Grade Student Council helped to fight hunger by feeding residents of downtown Mansfield.

These students displayed their musical talents at the Mid Ohio District Board Members meeting held at MOESC.

These students presented their artwork at the Mid Ohio District Board Members Meeting held at MOESC.

The 5th grade classes recently participated in the annual Night Sky Watch.

Sixth grade students recently celebrated "Talk Like a Pirate Day". Students completed numerous Pirate themed math activities throughout the building.

Sixth grade students recently celebrated "Talk Like a Pirate Day". Students completed numerous Pirate themed math activities throughout the building.

5th grade classes exploring Watson's Woods.

Fifth grade students Skype with NASA.

Eastern World Kindness Day
Eastern World Kindness Day
Eastern Coffee Drive for Firefighters
Eastern Coffee Drive for Firefighters
Eastern Character Focus
Eastern Character Focus
Sixth Grade Employable Arts Field Trip
Sixth Grade Employable Arts Field Trip
Color Wheel
Color Wheel
Eastern Restroom Project
Eastern Restroom Project
Eastern's 6th Grade Academic Challenge Teams
Eastern's 6th Grade Academic Challenge Teams
5th Grade Academic Challenge Teams Earns First Place
5th Grade Academic Challenge Teams Earns First Place
6th Grade Students Assisted People Helping People
6th Grade Students Assisted People Helping People
Eastern 6th Grade Student Council
Eastern 6th Grade Student Council
Students Display Musical Talents
Students Display Musical Talents
Students Present Artwork
Students Present Artwork
Night Sky Watch
Night Sky Watch
Talk Like a Pirate Day
Talk Like a Pirate Day
Talk Like a Pirate Day
Talk Like a Pirate Day
Watson's Woods Trip
Watson's Woods Trip
Skype Session with NASA
Skype Session with NASA
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6th.
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LEXINGTON LOCAL NEW FACILITIES
BOND ISSUE
 
BOND Issue is for $55.95 million over a 37-year time period to replace the five current building with two new buildings.  The new elementary building will house grades PreK-6, with separate wings for PreK-3 and 4-6.  The new secondary building will house grades 7-12, with separate wings for 7-8 and 9-12.
 
This bond issue will impact the students of Lexington for generations to come.  It will provide ALL Lex students with the 21st Century learning environments they need and deserve to be as well prepared as possible for the world they will encounter after high school.  The new facilities will include modern science labs, the latest technology and state of the art safety and security systems.
 
Why the urgency of this bond issue now?
  • This is our opportunity to have the State pay 53% of the cost of the project.
  • Construction costs and interest rates are lower than they will be any time in the foreseeable future.
  • We can secure the State money and eliminate the risk of losing that funding to another district.

 

Our local share will cost $26.54 per month or $318.48 per year, per $100,000 of assessed property value.

 

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*Early Dismissal on Wednesday, October 31st @ 2:30 pm*

 

*Parent-Teacher Conferences*

Thursday, November 1st   4:30 - 7:30 pm

Thursday, November 8th   4:30 - 7:30 pm

 

*PTO Meeting*

Tuesday, November 6th @ 7:00 pm  Eastern Elementary

 

*Veterans Day Assembly/Program*

Friday, November 9th @ 9:00 am  --  Front Lawn

 

*Picture Retakes*

Wednesday, November 14th

 

*Thanksgiving Break*

NO SCHOOL 

Wednesday, November 21st  --  Friday, November 23rd

 

EASTERN 2018-2019 Important DATES

DATE EVENT TIME
Wednesday, October 31st, 2018 Early Dismissal 2:30 pm
Thursday, November 1st, 2018 Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:30 - 7:30 pm
Tuesday, November 6th, 2018 PTO Meeting (Eastern) 7:00 pm
Thursday, November 8th, 2018 Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:30 - 7:30 pm
Friday, November 9th, 2018 Veterans Day Assembly 9:00 am
Wednesday, November 14, 2018 Picture Retakes 8:30 - 12:00
Wed. Nov. 21 -- Fri. Nov 23 NO SCHOOL Thanksgiving  
Thursday, November 29th, 2018 Early Dismissal 2:30 pm

 

    PARENTS  &  FAMILIES

Safe Snack Protocol

Lately, we have had some ‘Birthday’ Snacks being delivered without permission or any type of notification.  We have several severe food allergies throughout the building and it is pivotal and required that you contact your teachers about sending snacks in.  Please do not send in Birthday Treats with your child prior to contacting the team of teachers.  You may also review the link below relating to the Safe Snack Information.  This was shared at Orientation, sent home, and teachers included it in their beginning of the year packets as well.

Thank you greatly for assisting us with keeping all students safe.

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