(3/1) My Truth Is… Essay Writing Competition

“ My Truth Is …” an essay writing competition for our young Lexington students between 3rd grade and high school celebrating our kids When: Jan 30th to March 1st 2023 for submissions, March 15th for awards announcement and In person celebration later in March (TBD) Where:  Online at […]

(2/9) Community Conversation

Community Conversation Feb. 9 How can our education system foster a sense of racial and social justice in our schools and throughout our communities? This is the first in a series of conversations co-sponsored by the Lexington Lyceum Advocates and LexObserver. Join panelists Dr. Robert Bellinger, Kerry Dunne, […]

(1/21) Dyslexia & ADHD Peer to Peer Mentoring

Date: Saturday, January 21st Time: 10:00 – 11:30 AM Find more information and fill out the Questionnaire here by January 15th to be included All Mentors and Mentees must fill out a questionnaire; Mentors must also participate in a short training and submit an agreement form prior to […]

(1/22) Lunar New Year

A forty-year CAAL tradition is back in-person, and better than ever! Join us for a grand celebration featuring a first ever Lunar New Year cross-culture and food fair from 5:00-6:30 pm followed by a gala performance from 6:30-8 pm on the Lunar New Year’s Day on Jan 22 […]

(1/18) Author Talk: Natasha Warikoo

Author visit and book signing with Natasha Warikoo for her book “Race At The Top: Asian Americans and Whites In Pursuit Of The American Dream In Suburban Schools” Tensions can sometimes be felt beneath the surface as we all strive for what is best for our children’s education […]

(12/23) “Name a Plow Contest”

The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) is sponsoring its first ever “Name a Plow” Contest for K-8 students and is asking classes to submit creative, funny names for the state’s snowplows. Winners will be chosen in two grade brackets (K-4) and (5-8) for each of the state’s six […]


To celebrate neurodiversity in LPS, during the month of October, please take a walk through our exhibit: Dyslexia & ADHD Awareness Month Storywalk currently on display outside of Harrington, Bridge and Bowman, Diamond, Clarke and the Lexington Community Center, as well as at the Children’s Library and the […]