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Kindergarten Registration
Students who will be starting Kindergarten in August of 2014 and have not yet registered, please register as soon as possible. Registration is done at the Middle School on school days between the hours of 8:00 and 3:30. No appointment is necessary, but we encourage you to call 342-4128, option 5, before coming to make certain the registrar is available. The student does not need to be present.
 
The documentation needed for registration is:
 
student's birth certificate
 
student's shot records
 
parent/guardian photo ID
 
If there is a custody issue, we need a copy of the court document, proof of residency (this is a utility bill, a lease/rental agreement or a mortgage document which has the parent/guardian's name and the street address of the residence on it).
 
If you have any questions, you may call 342-4128, option 5.
District News
Updated School Calendar
As you may be aware, the governor recently signed legislation into law that gave school districts four additional calamity days along with other provisions for district calendar contingency plans.  
Letter to Parents

Dear Panther Parent or Guardian,

This has been an extremely rough winter and has forced New Lexington City School District and many other districts to close beyond the five "allowable" calamity days.
 
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.
 
New Lex Students to get iPads
NEW LEXINGTON -- Summer's end might be unwelcome, but New Lexington High School students will have a something to ease their pain this year -- free iPads. 

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