Welcome to LMS!
Our students are responsible, respectful, and safe!
Sharolyn Harry-Chisholm, Principal
Kenya Shear-Jones, Shannon Watkins, Jeff Welch,
Instructional Day for Students
100 W. Hemstead Street, Lexington, NC 27292
Phone: (336) 242-1567; Fax: (336) 242-1372
Main Office Hours
Proctors Needed for EOGs!
Beginning May 27. Contact Mrs. Shear-Jones for more information.
Flyer is located on the updates page.
End-of-Grade Testing Schedule
6th Grade Social Studies - May 27
7th Grade Social Studies - May 28
8th Grade Social Studies - May 29
Math I (8th Grade) - June 2
Language Arts - June 3
Math - June 4
6th Grade Science - June 5
7th Grade Science - June 9
8th Grade Science - June 10
**No testing occurs on Mondays**
Middle School Transition Night
for Rising 6th Graders and their Parents
Wednesday, May 27
Middle and High School Band Concert
Thursday, May 28
W. Lee Mabe Auditorium
Lexington Senior High School
Thursday, June 11
6th Grade - 9 AM
7th Grade - 12 PM
8th Grade - 6 PM
Last Day of School
Friday, June 12
May 4 Updates
Proctors Needed for EOGs!Beginning May 27. See the flyer below for more information.Book FairApril 27-May 7Band Concert/Oratorical ContestMonday, May 4 at 6:00 ...
Posted May 26, 2015, 7:23 PM by Jayson Snipes
LMS Student Wins District Spelling Bee
Lynda Stewart, a 6th grade student at LMS, was the
winning speller at today’s bee, making her a two-time winner. She will represent LCS in the regional ...
Posted Feb 12, 2015, 3:33 PM by Jayson Snipes
February 10 Updates
Sixth Grade Math Academy for ParentsWednesday, February 116:00 PM in Media CenterSee letter attached below for details.Thursday, February 12Lexington City Schools District Spelling Bee ...
Posted Feb 10, 2015, 3:18 PM by Jayson Snipes
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The Lexington Middle School community will prepare all students for success in the 21st century.
Lexington Middle School is committed to providing a rigorous curriculum in a safe, orderly, and nurturing environment that will promote a passion for learning through collaboration, academic support, differentiated instruction, and community involvement.