The Fall 2017 Athletic Fees have been posted to MCC and are due by October 13, 2017.Payments can be made online using a credit card (fees may apply) or your bank account (no fee) on MCC.The Link to MCC is found on the right side of this page under Online Payments.The 2017-2018 Winter Sports Student-Athlete/Parent Pre-Season Meeting
DATE: Monday, October 23th
LOCATION: LHS Auditorium
This meeting is required for all LHS student-athletes interested in participating in an interscholastic winter sport at Lexington High School. All student-athletes interested in playing a winter sport should attend the pre-season meeting with a parent or guardian. At the large group session in the auditorium, the requirements for winter high school athletic participation (on-line forms, user fees, physicals, eligibility), will be discussed.
Immediately following the large group session, we will break down into sport specific meetings so that student-athletes and parents can meet with the coaching staff of their respective winter sports. In the sport specific meetings, our coaches will introduce their staff, talk about practice and game schedules for the winter season, expectations for tryouts, as well as other key elements of the season. This is a fantastic opportunity for student-athletes and parents to hear from our head coaches about their expectations for the upcoming season.
LHS Winter Sports:
Alpine Skiing - Boys & Girls
Basketball - Boys & Girls
Ice Hockey - Boys & Girls
Indoor Track - Boys & Girls
Swimming - Boys
Wrestling - Boys
LHS Winter Sports begins - Monday, November 27
Should you have any questions, regarding this meeting, please contact the athletic office at (781) 861-2320 ext. 69902 We look forward to seeing you on October 26th
Director of Athletics
Lexington Public SchoolsLexington Public SchoolsDepartment of AthleticsThe Lexington Public Schools Department of Athletics is committed to providing "athletics for all students." In the Lexington Public Schools, we believe that competitive and recreational athletics are an integral part of the educational process and experience. Students should have opportunities to participate and compete as appropriate to their interest and skills.
Lexington values the lessons that have long been taught by athletic participation: the pursuit of excellence through personal development and teamwork; ethical and responsible behavior on the field and off; adherence to the spirit of rules as well as to their letter; leadership and strength of character; and sportsmanship -- including respect for one's opponents, acceptance of victory with humility, acknowledgment of defeat with grace, and respect for the value of cross-cultural understanding and acceptance. In teaching these lessons to its students, Lexington instills habits that will lead students to better and healthier lives. While winning is not an end in itself, we believe that the efforts by our interscholastic teams to be their best will lead them to succeed.
Athletic participation is a way for students to grow and learn and enjoy themselves and to use and develop their personal, physical and intellectual skills. The entire Lexington Athletic Department, including coaches, training staff, and administrators, work to achieve these goals, and honor the values of the school district, and support the principles of the Middlesex League and the MIAA.
NaomiNaomi E. Martin
Director of Athletics
Lexington Public School
UPCOMING DATES:Winter Sports MeetingMONDAYOCT 23rd, 6PMLHS AuditoriumWinter Sports BeginMonday, NOV 27
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