Mock Trial Team

The Mock Trial program provides students the opportunity to learn first-hand about the law, court procedures, and the judicial system while also building critical 21st century learning skills. Each year volunteer attorneys create an original case around a current constitutional issue important to students. Mock Trial teams work with an attorney or a judge to prepare their case – from both the plaintiff and defense perspective. Competitions at the district, regional and state levels are conducted in an actual courtroom and are scored by panels of lawyers and judges.

Objectives:

  • Improve critical thinking, reading, writing, public speaking and listening skills
  • Develop understanding and appreciation for the law, court procedures, and the judicial system
  • Understand constitutional rights and responsibilities
  • Recognize and reward students’ academic and intellectual achievements

Trial Competition Dates:

District Competition: January 20, 2017

Regional Competition: February 10, 2017

State Competition: March 9-11, 2017

For additional information regarding:

http://www.oclre.org/ohiomocktrial/

Math Club

Attention: Math Club participants (2016-17)

The following dates are set for our testing (7:00)

OhioMath League – you can use your calculator

Tues. Oct. 18 Ohio Math League Test 7:00

Tues. Nov. 15 Ohio Math League Test 7:00

Tues. Dec. 13 Ohio Math League Test 7:00

Tues. Jan. 10 Ohio Math League Test 7:00

Tues. Feb. 7 Ohio Math League Test 7:00

Sat. March 4 OCTM STATE MATH CONTEST

Tues. March 14 Ohio Math League Test 7:00

Please attend as many of these dates as possible. Math Club credit for the Academic Letter requires the attendance to 4 out of the 6 total testing days. A minimum of 20 minutes per test day counts for 1 full Attendance day.

Mr. Zahn

LEOS Club

Leo Shirt_Logo

CURRENT BUSINESS: Please see Mr. Knuckles to sign up for a recycling shift!

2019-2020 Officers

Maskin S. – President

Andrew R – Vice President

Olivia T – Senior Officer

Olivia H - Officer

Leadership Council

The Leadership Council is a group that started over twenty years ago to facilitate sportsmanship between the schools of the Ohio (Heartland)Cardinal Conference. Students learn leadership skills, problem solving skills, and interpersonal skills during the one day fall retreat at Ashland High School. There are monthly meetings that allow members to write out a plan of action for various projects. The Leadership Council has also been involved with planning the after prom, pep assemblies, cleaning the trophy cases, nursing home visitations, and other school/community based projects. Mr. John Watkins has been the advisor for the past 23 years.

Key Club

http://www.keyclub.org/home.aspx

Key Club is a service and leadership club at Lexington High School.

Meetings are typically on alternating Tuesdays (any changes will be send out via Remind101 and on school announcements) in room 111 after school. Service projects last year included elementary tutoring, benefit dinners, raking leaves and shoveling driveways for seniors, carolling in nursing homes, and much more! To sign up for Remind101 text @7cdec to 81010.

Key Club is a student-led club, and projects are decided upon, organized, and run by students. Key Club is full of caring, inclusive, energetic students who want to make a difference!

Questions? Contact adviser Jennifer Moore at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Drama Club

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CAST OF GREASE!

Thank you all so much for your dedication and preparation!

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_8_GUFYQRK6bEFXdDVRYWJ2Mm8/view?usp=sharing

Please email Mrs. Horn at

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Chess Club

Two tournaments will be secheduled for this 2016-2017 school year. The first tournament will take place in November and December. The second tournament will be a "Blitz" tournament with time control, and it will be scheduled for April and May. Members will compete against each other to earn points. Each game will award 5 points to the winner or 2 points to each player for a draw. The losing player will recieve 1 point. Everyone will play each member one time. The player with the top points at the end of the tournament will be deemed Chess Champion.

There will also be "Open Board" meets on Tuesdays where anyone can come and play for fun. Open Board sessions are free to non-members! We meet in the High School library until 4:00 PM.

TOURNAMENT DATES: (at open board meets)

1st Semester Tourament (no time control) : November - December

2nd Semester Tournament (Blitz time control) : April - May

Other Info:

  1. The Player with the most points by the end of each tournament will be awarded the top prize (Gift Certificate to Barnes & Noble) and a championship medal.
  2. Students need to pay dues to officialy be a member and to participate in the tournaments. Club dues are $5.00 for the entire school year.
  3. Faculty Advisor: Mr. Davis

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(419) 884-2020 ext.1218

@MrDavisLex