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NYS Senator Jose Peralta (center) presented Lexington with funds to repair a leaky roof at a special press conference on October 12th.

Tim Albert, president of the National Black Deaf Advocates, visited Lexington as part of the Deaf Awareness Week celebration.

Preschool students helped with the cooking for the annual Thanksgiving potluck!

The children taught Elsa and Anna some holiday signs at the JFK Rotary Club's holiday party!

Students met Astronaut Danny as part of our PARP kick-off for "Blast Into Reading!"

The Foreign Language Transition Class (FLTC) baked 110 loaves of pumpkin bread in preparation for the Thanksgiving holiday.

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

Congratulations to the girls basketball team for taking first place in the Metro League!

Sunshine 2.0, a Deaf performance group from RIT/NIT, provided workshops to students as part of Deaf Awareness Week!

Congratulations to Jean Carlos, Luis & Ahsanur for their achievements at the Martin Luther Wrestling Tournament

Lexington's Multicultural Week Celebration was a great opportunity to learn about other cultures and countries

Third graders visited the Queens Museum of Art and made their own 3-D sustainable city!

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

Lexington students, parents and staff were thrilled to meet award-winning author and screenwriter, Brian Selznick, at a special premiere of Brian's new movie, Wonderstruck, at the Museum of the Moving Image on October 14th.  A big thanks to Brian and Amazon Studios for their sponsorship and support of the event. 

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Multicultural Week Celebration

Thanks to the students, families, faculty and staff who supported Lexington's first multicultural week celebration. After a heart-warming opening ceremony, students spent two days visiting "host" classrooms and having their "passports" stamped when they learned about another culture. Our multicultural museum featured a multicultural identity quilt, a multicultural wreath, a cookbook and other cultural information and displays. The week ended with an international food gathering potluck featuring a bountiful array of food provided by families and staff.

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High School Graduation
Date: 6/20/2018, 7 PM 9 PM
Middle School Graduation
Date: 6/21/2018
Lat Day of School
Date: 6/22/2018
PreSchool Graduation
Date: 6/22/2018