Lexington High School
                        
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Grades 9-12                   

2309 Aull Lane                                        Phone: 660.259.4391
Lexington, MO 64067                              Fax: 660.259.2166

Administration:           Travis Moore, Principal
                                 tmoore@lexington.k12.mo.us  
                                   

                            Billy Cobb , Activities Director/A+ Coordinator
                             bcobb@lexington.k12.mo.us
 

                            Lisa Nevels, Counselor
                                 lnevels@lexington.k12.mo.us

Dual Credit Class and Advanced Classes Offered at LHS

Lexington High School offers many opportunity for our
students including Dual Credit Classes . Our dual credit classes offered by Wentworth College this fall are as follows:  Analytical Geometry & Calculus 1, Composition & Rhetoric 1 , General Sociology, Elementary Spanish 1, US History Since 1865, College Algebra, 
General Biology 1 with Lab, and Public Speaking with a total of 22 students
enrolled in these courses. Missouri Valley College if offering Government, Music Appreciation and Art Appreciation with 3 students enrolled. In addition LHS is offering DESE approvedAdvanced classes this year. The advanced classes are as follows:  English III, English IV, Honors English III, Honors English IV, Spanish II, Spanish III, Spanish IV,  Economics, Psychology, Sociology,Algebra II, Math Analysis/Trigonometry, Calculus, Chemistry I, and Environmental Science.

Jamie Yung, Lexington High School speech and theatre teacher, received the Loren Reid Founder Service Award at the annual Speech and Theatre Association of Missouri conference banquet held at the Resort at Port Arrowhead, Lake Ozark, Missouri, on Friday, September 26.
Ms. Yung is the twenty-third speech and theatre teacher to receive this prestigious award since the organization was founded in 1932.  The award is named for former Missouri University speech professor and author, Loren Reid, who is still living at age 109.
Ms. Yung has served on the STAM board of governors and on the MSHSAA speech advisory board.  In addition to teaching speech, theatre and oral interpretation and directing plays, musicals and readers theatres at Lexington High School, Ms. Yung has organized and managed the district speech tournament held at State Fair Community College for the past seven years, thus assuring all students in the Central District a fair and precisely run tournament and opportunity to qualify for the state speech tournament.
Ms. Yung was nominated by Mr. Jarrod Best, former student teacher and Mr. Zac McGee, former practicum student.  Both U.C.M. graduates and first year teachers praised Ms. Yung’s ability to work with and advise future speech and theatre teachers.
Ms. Yung has taught at Lexington High School since the fall of 2007.  Previously she taught at Stover High School.  She is a graduate of Missouri University.  Her students at Lexington High School are currently in rehearsals for the musical “The Wedding Singer” to be performed November 20, 21, and 23.



LHS Football Players Spread Mulch at LBS Playground!!


A Note from Mr. Moore....

Welcome to Lexington High School! I am very excited about the many opportunities that lie ahead for our students, faculty, staff, parents, and community for the
upcoming school year and beyond.

In my role as High School principal, I look forward to welcoming all students, faculty, and staff, and providing for their needs. I will continue to work closely with the staff, district administrative team and board of education to provide all of our students with every opportunity to achieve college and career readiness.  I am thrilled to have been given the opportunity to assist in the leadership of Lexington youth, and to be a part of Lexington’s strong tradition of success. I challenge our students to continue to develop the necessary critical thinking skills needed for success in an ever-changing society.

I look forward to meeting all of the students as well as their parents during the course of the school year. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Sincerely,
Travis Moore
High School Principal

 


Schedule for​ 2015​  Seniors
Jostens Dates:
October 27: 2:00-2:40 in cafeteria
November 14: 10:45-11:55 in cafeteria
January 27: 2:00-2:40 in cafeteria
February 3: 10:45-11:55 in cafeteria

 


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