FFA Takes 1st in District & State
                          
 
Congratulations to our Junior High FFA Parliamentary Procedure Team for winning First Place in the Southeast Regional District 10 competition held December 8th and for winning First Place at the State Finals held December 19th.
Great Job Panthers!!! 
 
 To watch the WHIZ interview click HERE!
 
                                                            
 
New Lexington Middle School Presented our State Champion Parliamentary Procedure  Team with a plaque that is now proudly displayed in our hallway.
WHIZ News Interviews FFA Students on Regional and State win.
Congratulations Mrs. Hoag
 
 
Mrs. Hoag applied for a $10,000 grant to upgrade the books in our library. The grant was called "Operation Round Up". It was funded through the South Central Power Company Foundation. She was presented a check in December for $10,000 and has already started purchasing books for the library. On behalf of the New Lexington Middle School staff, we would like to congratulate and thank Mrs. Hoag for making a difference in our school district! 
Helping Each Other and Our Community
                        
 
Middle School Students created their own club that is completely student organized that is focused on helping other students and their community. They have delivered uplifting messages to fellow students, organized a hat a glove drive and most recently delivered fruit baskets to the County Home. They took a few minutes to visit with each of the residents and made a lot of people smile. These students call themselves the "Better World Club".  
What We are Doing at the Middle School
Student of the Month
September
               6th Grade:   Layken Gombeda, Michael Klingler
               7th Grade:   Alexis McCord, McKenna Miller
               8th Grade:   Brandon Hinerman, Leah Buckley, Devon Pascarella 
 
               Teacher of the Month:   Billie Hoag 
 
 
October
               6th Grade:   Olivia McGraw, Tyler Watts
               7th Grade:   Teryn Walker, JT Warner
               8th Grade:   Olivia Worstall, Tiara Moore, Kyra Jeffers
 
               Teacher of the Month:   Kim Mautz
 
 
November
               6th Grade:    Dylan Rushia, Selina Shank, Hunter Kellogg
               7th Grade:    Jaida Carroll, Talia Guisinger
               8th Grade:     Maddie Givens, Will Stenson
 
               Teacher of the Month:   Kathleen Cunningham
 
 
December
               6th Grade:   Chris O'Brien, Jacob Rathburn, Lydia Stephens 
               7th Grade:    Ethan Malone, Macie Funk
               8th Grade:   Jerry Rehart, Halee Mitchell
 
               Teacher of the Month:   Mark Hill
 
January
            6th Grade:      Brady Hoops, Carson Bartholic, Rosie Fortner
            7th Grade:      Dominic Bowersock, Taylor Curson
            8th Grade:      Jeff Longhenry, Jenna Kirkbride
 
            Teacher of the Month:   Rob Brokaw
 
February
March
April
Honor Roll
Congratulations to all the Middle School Students named to the Honor Roll for the 1st Quarter
 
 
 
  
 
 
Congratulations to all the Middle School Students named to the Honor Roll for the 2nd Quarter 
Yearbook
PRE-ORDER YOUR YEARBOOKS NOW
 
Follow the Link Below to Get Started
 
 
Partners in Education
 
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  
 
 
 
You may notice that work is beginning on the front of our building to revitalize the landscaping in an effort to make the grounds more inviting and create a positive environment for students, staff and the community. This is the first of many projects to come!! We would like to say a special thank you to the Students and Faculty of Hocking College for the work they are doing for us. These students receive real world work experience and we receive a beautiful landscape. We are pleased to be partners in education with Hocking College.
 
 
 
Thank You!!!
Thank you to Dodson's for providing lunch for our October Students of the Month. 
 
Thank you to McDonald's for providing lunch for our October Students of the Month. 
 
Thank you to Wendy's for providing lunch for our September Students of the Month.
 
Thank you to Kinsel's for providing t-shirts for our Student of the Month Program.
 
Thank you to Michelle Gabbard for donating cookies for the Mentor and Resident Educator meetings. They were delicious and much appreciated.
 
Thank You to the Winegardner family for your generous donation of poster board for our students.
  
Thank You to Carla Stimmel, owner of Curves, for holding a back to school drive and for donating supplies to our Middle School. She brought 5 new book bags full of school supplies and another box full of pencils, pens, glue and paper. Thank You so much for supporting New Lexington City Schools!!!!
 
 
Morning Announcements
Our Students have been working with Mrs. Hoag to develop, create, script and perform our morning announcements each day here at the Middle School. They are doing a wonderful job and it has been well received by both the students and staff. We will post examples from time to time so please check back for new videos!!
 
 
Early Release Dates
Students will be released from NLMS at 12:25 on the following dates:
Sept 4, Sept 18,
Oct 2, Oct 16, Oct 30,
Nov 13,
Dec 4, Dec 18,
Jan 8,Jan 22,
Feb 5, Feb 19,
Mar 4, Mar 18,
Apr 1, Apr 15, Apr 29,
May 13
 
 
Student / Parent Information
Student Absences
If your child will be absent from school, please call and let us know. When your child returns to school, they must provide a note explaining their absence, or it will be recorded as unexcused.
Parent Portal is available online to view your child's grades. Go to nlpanthers.org and click on the parent portal link. Fill out the form and submit it. A username and password will be emailed to you.
Mission Statements


District Mission Statement
 
The mission of the New Lexington City School District is to promote the highest level of educational achievement, maximizing all students' potential, while challenging them to become life-long learners and socially responsible citizens.
 
NLMS Mission Statement
 
At NLMS we:
  • Provide a safe, supportive, and student-centered learning environment
  • Challenge ourselves to reach our highest potential
  • Promote respectful, productive citizens
  • Develop creative, critical thinkers
Our Mission

...is to promote the highest level of educational achievement, maximizing all students' potential, while challenging them to become life-long learners and socially responsible citizens. We are committed to excellence as we proudly serve the students, parents and community of our district. We hold high expectations for all learners and strive to create a positive school climate that emphasizes school spirit! We hope you find the information on our site helpful as we work to provide a rich learning experience for the students of NLCSD. Together, we WILL make a difference!
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