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Lexington School aims to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who help to create a better and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect. As an IB World School, Lexington encourages students to become ethical citizens of the world who are active, compassionate, lifelong learners.

A Message from Your Principal

October 31, 2018

Dear Families:


What a wonderful Halloween parade and carnival we experienced today! Thank you to the parents who made it such a special day for all of our children! Also, a very special shout out to parent Catalina Rupert and Spanish teacher Maestra Alison for the extraordinary display that is coming together in the MPR. Students at Lexington are not only learning Spanish, but also are learning about celebrations, and other cultural traditions from Spanish speaking countries, which includes Dia de Los Muertos. Make sure you stop by the MPR tomorrow or Friday to see this exceptional display!

Thank you to Barbara Lougée for another amazing school play! And, thank you to the parents who support this effort, and of course, thanks to our young actors for such amazing entertainment!

Next week (November 5th-9th) is fall conference week. Please remember that conference days are minimum days.

The parent teacher conference is an important opportunity for you to connect with your child’s teacher, to discuss your child’s strengths and challenges, as well as learning goals. As you know, at this November conference, you will once again receive a standards-based report card. Before the conference, you may want to review the Standards Based Report Card Parent Handbook for your student's grade level, and formulate any questions you might have for your child’s teacher. You can find the grade level parent handbooks at the following website:


  • Please check the Lost and Found! All items will be donated during the Thanksgiving holiday to those in need.


Happy Halloween! And, as always, I sincerely appreciate all that you do for Lexington School!

All my best,

Ms. Lauren