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Harald Vik, deaf/blind Norwegian athlete and 24 time NYC Marathon participant, inspired students with his presentation on November 7th!

Learning work skills at Lexington Vocational Service Center's Brew Crew!

Lexington's Hearing & Speech Center provides audiology testing for children, adults and seniors.

Congratulations to the Lady Bluejays for winning first place in the NJSD Tip Off Tournament on December 9 & 10.

NYPD officers spent last week at Lexington refining their ASL skills.  In addition to attending ASL classes, the officers had the opportunity to practice signing with students during lunchtime.

Lexington's dance studio is a great place for learning dance moves and improving self-confidence.

Congratulations to our senior volleyball players - Kayshla, Laura & Chanell!

Drama Club members rehearsing The Laramie Project which will be presented on December 16 & 17 at 7:00 p.m.

NYS Senator Jose Peralta visited Lexington on November 18th to read to preschool and elementary classes.

Homecoming 2016 was a hit with everyone!

News & Announcements

Winter 2017 ASL Classes

Lexington Vocational Services Center, Inc., is accepting registrations for its Winter 2017 Semester of American Sign Language classes. Classes start Tuesday, January 24, and run through Tuesday, March 14, 2017.

Middle School Presents Their 2016 Holiday Video

Thanks to the Middle School Students for sharing their holiday video, "Seasons of Love - 2016," with the school family. Kudos to the students, and Stephanie Trollo, for another fantastic production! Check out the video in the frame to the right!

Girls Win NJSD Tip Off Tournament

Lexington's Girls Basketball Team won the NJSD Tip Off Tournament this weekend by besting New York School for the Deaf (Fanwood) 28-22 in the championship game. This is the first time in the tournament's 20 year history that the Lady Bluejays won the gold!

Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities Visits Lexington

Lexington's High School Civics Class would like to thank the Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities (MOPD) for participating in a NYC Accessibility Forum at the school on November 17th. Special thanks to MOPD representatives - Commissioner Victor Calise, Martha Jackson and Walei Sabry - and NYC DOT representative - Quemuel Arroyo. We look forward to an ongoing collaboration to make NYC more accessible for the deaf. Thanks!

Senator Peralta Visits Lexington!

NYS Senator Jose Peralta (13th Senate District) visited Lexingon on November 18th to read to preschool classes 3 & 5 and elementary classes E & H. The kids loved listening to the books and learning about the job of a senator. Thanks Senator Peralta! (Click on the heading to see our photo album from the visit.)

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Please visit the School Calendar for more school events!
Date: 2/5/2017
President's Day - School & Center Closed
Date: 2/20/2017
Winter Recess - School Closed
Date: 2/21/2017
Winter Recess - School Closed
Date: 2/22/2017
ESDAA Boys/Girls/Cheerleaders @ American School for the Deaf
Date: 2/23/2017