Clerc Center and Lexington will kickoff their joint Latinx/Hispanic Heritage month celebration this afternoon, Tuesday, September 15th at 2:45 pm, with a special message from Dr. Franklin Torres. Join us at this ZOOM link
The Lexington Drama Club is creating its next show with stories from you! We’re looking for funny, happy, sad, powerful, interesting stories about who we are and how we connect as people. To be included, tell us a story about something that happened to you because of who you are. For consideration, send contributions, by video or in writing to email@example.com by October 16th!
The Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center at Gallaudet University and Lexington School for the Deaf have come together to host joint Latinx Month events, presentations, panels, and activities for 2020. Events will be presented via Zoom for our students, staff and families. Lexington's committee also planned a series of themed weeks: Sept. 15-18 - Latinx Sign Languages; Sept. 21-25 - Wear Your Country Colors; Sept. 28 - Oct. 2 - Dancing & Music; Oct. 5-9 - Celebration of Foods; Oct. 12-15 That's a Wrap. For more information, visit our Latinx Heritage Month webpage!
After hearing from our faculty, staff and families, the Executive Leadership team has selected the Virtual Learning Plan for the first Quarter which starts on Wednesday, September 9th and runs through Friday, November 13th.
Governor Cuomo has asked all school districts to set up three discussion sessions with parents and the community to answer questions and concerns regarding the September 2020 return to school. The Zoom and telephone links for Lexington's virtual meeting are listed below. You may submit questions to the moderators during each meeting. You may also use this e-mail, AskQQSchoolReopeningPlan@lexnyc.org, to submit questions regarding the School Reopening Plan.