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2014-15 Make Up Day Schedule:  
Thursday, April 2, 2015 (Make-up day)
Building Start and End Times (March 23rd - June 4th)
High School      7:30am - 2:25pm
Middle School   7:30am - 2:40pm
New Lexington Elementary   9:10am - 4:00pm
Junction City Elementary      9:10am - 4:00pm 
Please click on the image below for the letter that was sent home: 
Kindergarten Registration for 2015-2016 School Year
Registration for students who will be starting Kindergarten in August of 2015 will be done by appointment May 26 - May 29 from 9:00 until 3:15 . Registration is done at New Lexington Middle School.  Please call the district registrar at 342-4128, option 5, to set your appointment (you may call now.)  The student is to accompany you to the appointment.
The student must be 5 years old on or before August 1, 2015. 
The person who registers the student must have legal custody of the student.  The documentation needed for registration is:
student's birth certificate
student's shot records
parent/guardian photo ID
proof of residency (this is a current utility bill, a current bank statement. a lease/rental agreement or a mortgage document which has the parent/guardian's name and the street address of the residence on it).
any court documentation regarding custody of the student 
If you have any questions, you may call 342-4128, option 5.
New Lexington City Schools Say
to their School Board Members 
NLCS Calamity Day Make Up Plan
Beginning with the 2014-15 school year, public schools must comply with minimum hours of instruction instead of m minimum number of school days each year. Historically, the the state has recognized a set number of calamity days where schools can be closed due to inclement weather or other emergencies. The state no longer controls calamity days. This year, the plan to make-up missed school days can be set by a district's Board of Education as long as it meets the minimum requirement of hours.
Please click on the document below explaining New Lexington City Schools plan for calamity days.
District News
NL School Board announces hiring of new Superintendent

When it came time to find a permanent superintendent, the New Lexington School Board only had to look a few miles down Route 93, choosing former Crooksville High School principal Casey Coffey.

New plan of attack to be implemented at New Lex
It’s the ultimate in unwanted what if scenarios.  
New Lexington City School District Announces School Hotline Service
Today the New Lexington City School District announced that they are implementing a new safety service called School Hotline which allows students, parents, staff and community members to anonymously report potential threats of violence, bullying, gang activity, drug use, sexual harassment or any other potential issue concerning students in the school district.   
$1.7 million grant to offer after school programs for New Lex youth
New Lexington City Schools was recently awarded two 21st Century Community Learning Center grants at $1.7 million to provide after school and summer programming over the next five years.
NLCS District to participate in Energy Conservation Program
The New Lexington City School District in Perry County is one of seven Ohio school districts approved to participate in a program designed to produce a significant energy conservation savings.
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