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Peacemakers begins Wednesday, Sept. 16th PDF Print E-mail
Written by Rev. Jan Proeber   
Friday, 18 September 2015 18:18

Peacemakers, an after-school program for children in Pre-K through 6th grade, will begin Wednesday, September 16th.  The program is for children of all religious backgrounds and affiliations, as well as those with none.  The goal of the program is to teach children respect for all of God's creation-including the environment, themselves and one another.  Focus is on learning age-appropriate skills for problem solving and non-violent conflict resolution.

Peacemakers provides an after-school snack, a short lesson based on Jesus as peacemaker, age-suited crafts, music, activities, short trips, and visitors.  While the weather is nice, we will make every effort to provide the children with time outside.  All children are welcome.  Questions?  Contact Pastor Jan Proeber at 309-365-8757.

Don't Toss Them, Clip Them! PDF Print E-mail
Written by Paul Deters, Principal   
Wednesday, 09 September 2015 14:46

From soup, cereal and snacks to dairy products, beverages, and food storage -- your kitchen is probably full of products that can earn money for our school.  Simply check your pantry items for the Boxtops, or Labels for Education, clip them, and turn them in.  Labels can be sent in to school with your student or left in the collection boxes at Lexington Finer Foods or the Lexington Hardware Store. You can visit www.labelsforeducation.com.  for a complete list of eligible products.  Last year Lexington Schools received over 00 from Boxtops alone. Let's get clipping to earn more cash for our school!

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Electronic Recycling PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sara Compton   
Thursday, 21 August 2014 12:33

Not sure where to do your electronic recycling?  Please click on the link below for local electronic recycling areas.


Electronic Recycling Information


Last Updated on Thursday, 21 August 2014 12:34
Meet Lexington's Police Officers PDF Print E-mail
Written by Cheif of Police, Dave Belvery   
Thursday, 16 July 2015 19:50

Officer Tabor Aubry


In 2015, Tabor Aubry was hired full-time as a Police Officer with the Lexington Police Department and is a graduate of the Illinois Police Training Institute in 2015.  He graduated from Illinois State University in Criminal Justice in 2012 as well as graduating from Parkland College in Criminal Justice in 2011.  He is a graduate of Morris Community High School where he played various sports throughout those years which included ice hockey, baseball and football.  In his free time, he enjoys being outdoors, working out and being with family and friends.

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Officer Dustin Carter


Officer Dustin Carter (LX3) grew up in Hoopeston (grades 1-6) and LeRoy (grades 7-12) IL.  His father, Dennis Carter, is a retired Chief of Police.  Dustin graduated Summa Cum Laude from Lincoln University with a Bachelor's Degree in Liberal Arts and a minor in Criminal Justice studies.  Dustin has worked full-time at State Farm for the past 17 years and is currently an IT Manager in the Systems Department.  He also officiates baseball, football, and basketball working in multiple conferences at the high school and collegiate levels.  Outside of work, Dustin enjoys staying current with emerging technologies attending professional sporting events, and playing the piano.  Dustin is excited to be part of the Lexington Police Department and serving the community with a high degree of professionalism and integrity.


Officer Caleb Eckhoff


Officer Caleb Eckhoff was born in Minnesota in July 1991, living there until kindergarten.  He then moved to Iowa, and resided there for seven years.  Being a Pastors child, he moved again in his 8th grade year to East Peoria, IL, where he stayed until he graduated in 2010.  He attended Eureka College for three years, and last New Year's Eve he married his 8th grade sweetheart.  His hobbies include spending time with his wife, friends, golfing, and participating in his church's bell choir.  When he is not doing those things, he spends time cheering on his favorite sports teams, the St. Louis Cardinals and the Minnesota Vikings.



Last Updated on Friday, 31 July 2015 10:23
Anvil Brand can recycle your old newspapers PDF Print E-mail
Written by Shelly Brenner   
Friday, 29 June 2012 11:58

Are you looking for somewhere to take your old newspapers?  Anvil Brand Shoe Company, in Lexington, would be more than willing to take them. They use old newspapers as fillers for packages that get shipped worldwide. Just bring them out to Anvil Brand Shoe Company at 500 S. Spencer St. in Lexington, between 7:30am and 5:00pm, Monday through Friday and they will be MORE than HAPPY to take them off of your hands!

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