Formally the Minutemen Minutes.
Dear Parents and Guardians,
The Lexington R-V School District is conducting a survey to gather feedback on District programs and services as well as how the school district communicates with you. The results of this survey will provide the framework for the District’s strategic communication plan.
Your district has hired us, School Perceptions, LLC, an independent firm with expertise in conducting school surveys, to collect this data and ensure anonymity.
To participate please click on the link below before October 29, 2018:http://www.schoolperceptions.com/Survey/index.php?loginId=B7S9-NMMQ-NGX8-9TL6
If your email program doesn’t support the link, you may copy and paste the entire link into your browser address bar or:
|1. Go to the website:||http://www.Feedback2000.com|
|2. Enter your access code:||B7S9-NMMQ-NGX8-9TL6|
|3. Complete your survey!|
The survey access number will not identify you; it simply links you to the District’s survey. To ensure data integrity, each survey invitation/link code can only be used once. As such, you must access the survey through your email invitation, not a forwarded email or link.
If you have any problems or questions, please reply back to this email or contact Cari Udermann from School Perceptions at email@example.com.
Thank you, in advance, for your time and participation.
The School Perceptions TeamClick here to opt out of future emails concerning the Lexington R-V 2018 Strategic Communication Survey.
If the email you receive is blank and does not INCLUDE ALL of following: Bus Number, Bus Animal, Pick up Time and Location, your student is not registered to ride the bus. In order to sign up for transportation you must visit your school office to fill out a transportation form.
1:1 Technology Initiative
As the Lexington R-V School District progresses through the 1:1 technology initiative, we have made some changes to ensure the longevity of the devices themselves as tools within each classroom grades K-12.
Initial– All students in grades 5-12 had the opportunity to take their device home each day.
Changes– All middle school devices have been placed on carts within each core classroom and will not travel home with the students. All teachers, including exploratory, will have daily access to a cart of devices. Students in grades 9-12 will continue to take their devices home.
Grades 9-12 can pick up Chromebooks at LHS Open House August 14, 2018 6-8PM. Must be 18 years of age to check out your Chromebook on your own or a parent must accompany the student. Chromebook check out is located on the lower level of the high school. Chromebooks will be not allowed to be checked out unless your fines and fees from 17/18 school year are paid in full.
School Supply Lists and Free/Reduced Lunch Forms can be found on the Enrollment page.