HS Slide show
High School Address
103 Clever Lane
Lexington, Ohio 44904 (419)884-1111
DVD'S of the Graduation Ceremony and of the Senior Talent Show are still available in the office for graduating seniors.
All automobiles driven to and from school by students must be registered in the office. Application blanks will be provided for students in the high school office beginning August 1st.
August 18-22 – Schedule pick up for upperclassmen in library 8:00-12:00 & 1:00-3:00. Pay fees at this time
August 18 - Freshman Orientation 7:00 p.m. auditorium
August 25 - First Day of School
September 1 - Labor Day No School
September 23 - 1 Hour Early Release
High School Supplies
Lexington High School students are not given one required supply list. General supplies needed are:
- Notebook or loose leaf paper
- Folders (one for each subject)
- Blue or black pens
Listed below are a number of teachers and subjects with specific supply requests. If your student has one of these classes and/or teachers, please refer to this list when purchasing supplies. It is possible that during the first week of school, sometime in the school year for specific projects, or at the semester change, your student may have other supply requests from his or her teacher. In that case, appropriate time will be given to purchase and/or obtain those items.
- 1 ½ 3-ring binder
- 1 ½ “3-ring binder, composition notebook
- blue or black ink pens, notebook to be used as journal, #2 pencils, highlighters, 3 x 5 notecards, 2” 3-ring binder
- post-it notes, Flash drive
- 1” 3-ring binder with 6 tabs, Flash drive – unless you have access to the Cloud
- graphing calculator, laboratory notebook (has grid paper and is carbon capable), 2” 3-ring binder, goggles & apron needed (will purchase through school)
- 2” binder with dividers
- scientific calculator or graphing calculator, 2” 3-ring binder, goggles & apron needed (will purchase through school)
- 2” binder with dividers, index cards, Flash drive
Contemporary World Issues
- 3 ring binder, loose leaf paper or single-subject notebook, Flash drive helpful
- 3-ring binder w/4 dividers, one-subject notebook or loose leaf paper for journal, one-subject notebook for taking notes, flash drive helpful
Mrs. Rice and Mr. Scheid
- 3-ring binder w/5 dividers, one-subject notebook or loose leaf paper for journal, one-subject notebook for taking notes, flash drive helpful
Modern World History
- 1” 3-ring binder with dividers
- 1 ½” or larger, 3-ring binder, 4 dividers, one-pocket folder, 2 packs small post-it notes, paper, calculator (not graphing), book cover (brown paper bag)
- graphing calculator (TI-83 or TI-84)
- compass, protractor, scientific calculator, spiral notebook
Enriched Geometry & Applied Math
- scientific calculator, spiral notebook
Mr. Studer and Ms. Doutt
- workout t-shirts, shorts, tennis shoes, folder for work out log
English 9, 10, 11, 12 – 1”-1 ½”3-ring binder, highlighter, pens, index cards, notebook or loose leaf paper
Biology – 1-1/2” 3-ring binder, index cards, paper
Health – two pocket folder, paper
Life Skills – two pocket folder, paper
Study Skills – two pocket folder, paper
Student Agenda/ Calendar 5x7 inches or larger
1 Plastic Pocket portfolio folder with paper inserts or 2 if using paper folders
Sign up for Remind- a communication tool for students and parents from the teacher, by texting @lifestudy to this number or by clicking this link: https://www.remind.com/join/lifestudy
2014-15 Dress Code
2014-15 DRESS CODE
Studies indicate that there is a strong relationship between good dress habits, good work habits, appropriate school behavior and good grades. Any type of attire which attracts undue attention to the wearer, and thus causes a disruption/distraction in school is not acceptable. The following is a list of proper dress attire expectations:
- Tight fitting or excessively short shorts, skirts, or slacks are not permitted. This includes yoga pants, tights, or leggings.
- Dresses/Skirts/Shorts must be at least finger-length with arms placed down to your side; including dresses, skirts, shirts and sweaters worn over leggings.
- Clothing should be so constructed and worn in a manner that is not unduly revealing. Tops that may not be worn are: tank tops, muscle shirts, tube tops, halter tops, backless shirts, tops with spaghetti straps, sheer or fishnet shirts, fishnet stockings, and cut-offs or other tops which show midriff. All shirts must have a sleeve. Navels, cleavage, hipbones, or underclothing should never be visible.
- Clothing with holes, that are torn, or soiled are notpermitted.
- Clothing with offensive illustrations, slogans or commercial messages advertising drugs, alcohol and /or tobacco products is prohibited.
- Language on clothing which is insulting, abusive, threatening or harassing based upon issues such as sexual orientation, gender, ethnicity background, religious beliefs or disabilities is prohibited.
- Proper footwear must be worn at all times in the school buildings (no bare feet).
- Sunglasses are not to be worn in the building.
- Hats, hoods, headbands, and pajama pants are not to be worn in school.
- Coats/Jackets are not to be worn during school hours. Warm-up apparel is appropriate.
- Chains, spiked collars, spiked belts, or spiked wrist wear are prohibited.
Students who do not comply with the dress code will be asked to correct the infraction. Any time taken from school to correct infractions will be unexcused. Daily, during 1st period, teachers will determine whether students are adhering to the dress code.
The following disciplinary action will be taken for a dress code violation:
- 1st violation – assigned 5 misconduct points and call home/send home (unexcused) to get clothes to change into. If that is not possible, student will be given a Wednesday Detention.
- 2nd violation – assigned 1 Friday School and call home/send home (unexcused) to get clothes to change into. If that is not possible, student will be given 3 Friday Schools.
- 3rd violation – 3 Friday Schools and call home/send home (unexcused) to get clothes to change into. If that is not possible, student will be given a 1 day out-of-school suspension.
- 4 or more violations will result in at least 1 day out-of-school suspension up to the discretion of the administration.
*Judgment of the administration in matters of dress and appearance is final.
Planned Absences: Parents are reminded that any planned absence is to be pre-arranged, in the office, with at least two days advance notice with a note. This would include college visits, medical appointments, out of town trips and funerals.
Notes for student absences that are not received within five days of the absence will result in the absence being permanently recorded as an unexcused absence.
High School Mission Statement
The Lexington Schools have a rich tradition of excellence in academics, arts, and athletics. Lexington High School, in continuing that tradition, is committed to preparing students for a successful future. The mission of Lexington High School is to provide educational opportunities that will best develop life-long learners, independent thinkers, and effective communicators. These opportunities will help Lexington students achieve future excellence in all their endeavors.