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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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. 

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

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

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

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

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

News & Announcements


The Lexington Alumni Basketball Team in hosting the First Annual Bluejays Deaf Expo to support the Lexington Athletics Program. The event will take place in Lexington's gym on Saturday, May 5th from 11 am - 6 pm. If you are interested in being a vendor at the Expo, please email Chairperson James Ginis at lexdeafexpo@gmail.com.

Lexington Students to Dance in Times Square - Saturday, April 21st

Lexington's hip hop dancers will be taking the stage at Times Square this weekend as part of the Free Open Air Dance Concert sponsored by Project Dance New York. Plan to be in Times Square by 1:30 pm on Saturday, April 21, so you don't miss the performance. Students will be wearing bright turquoise shirts and big smiles.
Project Dance's mission is to bring hope and healing to culture through the universal language of dance.

PSA Family Movie Day - Saturday, April 21

The PSA (Parent Staff Association) will be hosting a Family Movie Day at Lexington on Saturday, April 21. For pre-school and elementary children and their families, we will be showing Despicable Me 3 from 12-2 pm. For middle and high school students and their families, we will be screening Wonderstruck from 2:30 - 4:30 pm.

Spring ASL Classes

Registration is open for Lexington's spring ASL classes. Deadline is April 11th and classes begin April 17 or April 18. Class session runs for eight weeks.

How Do You Build a Sustainable City?

Today, Lexington's third graders visited the Queens Museum of Art to see the Panorama and participate in a discussion of architecture, sustainable living and the ecological future of NYC. Afterwards, each student used recycled materials to create his or her own 3-D city block. The blocks were then combined to make one sustainable city.

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NYS Math Test
Date: 5/1/2018
NYS Math Test
Date: 5/2/2018
NYS Math Test
Date: 5/3/2018
School Dance Show
Date: 5/18/2018, 7:30 PM 9 PM
Memorial Day - School & Center Closed
Date: 5/28/2018