Recently, we awarded the Amnee Demyan 3rd Grade Music Award to Uchenna E.! This special award, in memory of Amnee Demyan, a 3rd-grade student at Central during the 1986-1987 school year, honors a student who exemplifies good citizenship, academic excellence, and ...

Central Elementary had its 3rd Annual Mock Caldecott Contest! Students and teachers read and evaluated more than 20 picture books, using criteria similar to that of the Caldecott Committee of the American Library Association. Each grade level chose one book for their Mock ...

On November 1st, Central Elementary School celebrated National Brush Day. National Brush Day reminds us to follow the ADA guidelines: brushing your teeth twice daily has a direct impact on cavity prevention. A HUGE THANK YOU to Dr. Drew Basinger, DDS for the ...

Our second-grade students had an amazing adventure at the Lexington Library last week! They dove into a world of books, discovering new stories and expanding their imaginations. Reading is so much fun!

Mrs. Coffman’s third-grade students at Central Elementary have been learning the qualities of a good citizen, which include cooperation and building a strong classroom community. During the first week of school, they worked together on the “Save Fred”  activity. They ...

Adding a splash of fun to second-grade math at Central Elementary! These young mathematicians are diving into skill review and exploring it all with a smile. Learning + fun = success!

Mrs. Conover took members of the BioClub on a visit to Central Elementary. They created individual bee awareness bags to teach 90 students the importance of bees and how to protect them. First graders were taught about different types of bees and about how bees ...

Ms. Frazier's 8th graders had fun with a community service project for our youngest students. At Western, our elementary students don't like to color with broken crayons. Instead of throwing the broken ones away and opening new packs, the 8th graders began melting them ...

Ms. Frazier's 8th graders had fun with a community service project for our youngest students. At Western, our elementary students don't like to color with broken crayons. Instead of throwing the broken ones away and opening new packs, the 8th graders began melting them ...

Students in Mrs. Winner's first-grade class at Central Elementary learned about the different types of energy in science. They wrapped up the unit by conducting a science experiment using baking soda and vinegar to blow up a balloon! Students worked in small groups to ...

Ms. Shaffer’s first-grade students at Central Elementary had fun investigating pumpkins using their math and science skills. They measured their pumpkins using a variety of methods, counted the seeds with groups of ten and more! This lesson was a smash hit!

Congratulations to the Central Elementary fourth-grade Academic Challenge team! They earned first place out of 20 teams at the MOESC Academic Challenge Tournament on January 12. Amazing job: Timmy J., Silas M., Coulter S. and Aiden S.!

On Veteran's Day, Central hosted a Veteran's Day breakfast for their Military Kids and their families! This was a special morning celebrating our Military Families and their service at our school, but it was made extra special when a student's father returned from a ...

3rd grade students from Central and Western participated in a "Spell"abration. First place went to Coulter S. and 2nd place went to Owen W. Congratulations to all of Lexington's super spellers!

Congratulations to Jacob M. for being one of three overall winners of the 2021 Recycling Poster Contest. Evelyn G. also won honorable mention. The winners will receive a family pass to the Ohio Bird Sanctuary!

Over 800 items were collected and delivered to the Richland County Humane Society. The Central Elementary 4th Grade Leaders sponsored the drive in honor of Kindness Week. Mrs. Remy's class collected the most items and helped the 4th Grade Leaders make the delivery.

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 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 ...

Amnee Demyan 3rd Grade Music Award
Amnee Demyan 3rd Grade Music Award
3rd Annual Mock Caldecott Contest
3rd Annual Mock Caldecott Contest
National Brush Day
National Brush Day
Lexington Library Visit
Lexington Library Visit
"Save Fred" Activity
2nd Grade Math Skill Review
2nd Grade Math Skill Review
HS BioClub Visit to Central Elementary
HS BioClub Visit to Central Elementary
JH Art Community Service Project
JH Art Community Service Project
JH Art Community Service Project
JH Art Community Service Project
Mrs. Winner's Energy Science Experiment
Mrs. Winner's Energy Science Experiment
Central Pumpkin Project
Central Pumpkin Project
Central 4th Grade Academic Challenge Team
Central 4th Grade Academic Challenge Team
Military Kids Veteran's Day Breakfast
Military Kids Veteran's Day Breakfast
Central and Western Spellabration
Central and Western Spellabration
Central Recycling Poster Contest Winners
Central Recycling Poster Contest Winners
Central Humane Society Donations
Central Humane Society Donations
Central Appreciation Breakfast
Central Appreciation Breakfast
Veterans' Day Program
Veterans' Day Program
Safety Day
Safety Day
Students Participated in Dr Seuss Week
Students Participated in Dr Seuss Week

STEAMCamp24

Lexington Local School District is excited to offer a free STEAM camp for our students that have completed Kindergarten through Grade 6. Students participate in hands-on, guided learning that uses science, technology, engineering, the arts, and mathematics to build critical thinking skills. We will include robotics, research, reading, and writing throughout our investigations and experiments.

We hope to see you there!

Date: July 29 - August 9
Time: 8am - 11am
Place: Lexington High School

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

1. Please, register your child for the GRADE JUST COMPLETED.

2. Space is limited so please register early. When a grade has reached maximum enrollment it will show the class is full.

3. Transportation is not provided.

4. A snack will be provided each day. Please have your child bring a water bottle.

5. Additional camp details will be sent via email the week of July 22nd.

6. If registering more than one student, please register each student individually.

Registration Link

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