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Elementary School Parent/Teacher Conferences

It’s that time of the year to set up our Parent/Teacher conferences.  Parent/Teacher conferences allow you specific time to meet with your student’s teacher to discuss his/her progress so far this school year.  In order to assist everyone in finding a time that works best, we will be utilizing an online system this year in order to sign up for Parent/Teacher conference dates and times. 

By clicking on the link below, you will be able to access our sign up page. 


Once on the website listed above, you will choose the teacher would you like to schedule a conference with and choose the time that works best for you.  Parents/guardians will need a verifiable email address to complete the sign up process online.  We ask parents/guardians to sign up to meet with their student’s homeroom teacher, but we also encourage you to set appointment times with any specials teachers you are interested in meeting with. 

If parents/guardians do not have internet access to sign up for conferences online, please call the Lexington Elementary office at 309-365-2741 and we will be happy to assist you in signing up for a conference. 

We hope this process allows parents more flexibility in signing up for conference times that work in their schedule.  However, with any new system there may be a few hiccups along the way.  If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Elementary office. 

Thank you for your support and we look forward to seeing all of you at conferences.


Congratulations to the 2014 Homecoming Court:  Britan Anderson, Rachel Anderson, Morgan Grunloh, Melissa Swartz, Logan Elias, Carter Jacobs, Bailey Noland, and William Patton.  Homecoming Week is September 29th-October 4th.  

The Homecoming Day parade has always been a tradition at Lexington to display the pride we have in our school. We are excited to extend an invitation to our community to participate with a float/miscellaneous entry to help make our parade the best it can be. The bigger the better! The parade will be on Friday, October 3rd at 1:45, followed by our annual pep assembly in the quad after the parade. If you are interested in being part of the parade, please contact Mrs. Strating (jstrating@lexington.k12.il.us) or Mrs. Grunloh (rgrunloh@lexington.k12.il.us). We hope to see you there!

Financial Aid
Illinois Student Assistance Commission will be providing information regarding the Financial Aid Process on 
October 7, 2014 from 5:00-6:00pm. Please attend this event if you have questions concerning the Financial Aid Process. You can also view other activities on their calendar at http://www.isac.org/e-library/outreach-events-and-presentations/outreach-activities-calendar.html.  Please contact Ms. Newton with any questions!


Dad's night is September 19th.  Dads wear their son's jersey and get introduced before the game.
Homecoming is October 3. Siblings wear the jerseys.
October 17th is Sr. Night.  Faculty or staff wears the jerseys.



Posted on 09/18/2014
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Posted on 09/18/2014
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The Lexington School District is located in and around a small rural community situated along Interstate #55 north of the twin cities of Bloomington and Normal. The city of Lexington has a population of approximately 2100 people. The school district is a unit district that encompasses 83 square miles around and including the city of Lexington. Most of the land use is agricultural with a portion used for public or commercial business. Approximately 540 students in grades PreK-12 are housed at one campus located in Lexington. The district employs 46 full time teachers and 3 administrators. District program initiatives include an outstanding Pre-school “At-Risk” program and excellent integration of technology into the curriculum beginning in Kindergarten. High school students are able to supplement their course work with Heartland Community College courses offered during the school day on our campus. District Low-Income population is approximately 18% of student enrollment. The student attendance rate is over 95% in the district.