Lexington Traditional Magnet School

Lexington, Kentucky

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  • LTMS Students Attend CREED STEM Day At Kentucky State University

     

     

    LTMS students attended the 2019 Kentucky State University C.R.E.E.D. Girls of Color STEM Conference this past Saturday.  These young ladies were a phenomenal representation of LTMS. We are extremely proud of them!  LTMS is looking forward to our continued partnership with CREED at Kentucky State University and exposing our students to all the amazing opportunities KSU has to offer. On Tuesday during our STEM night, a few of these young ladies will be hosting an activity they learned from Saturday.  Sanford

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  • Cheer Cheer at Boys Game

    LTMS Cheer 2019

     

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  • Arts Night 3/19/19

    LTMS Celebrates Arts Night! Congrats to all of our students on a wonderful event!

    Arts Night Band Arts Night Orchestra Arts Night  First Prize

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  • Jywan George Track star dashes to second place in indoor championships

    An eighth-grade track athlete at Lexington Traditional Magnet School, Jywan George, placed second in the team-based 2019 KTCCCA Indoor State Championships – by himself! He won the 400, 800, and 1600 events and finished fourth in the 55-meter dash among middle school boys. Jywan was the only participant March 2 from Fayette County Public Schools. He also competed in the New Balance Nationals in New York City the following weekend, placing 11th in the 1-mile run (junior high). For more information, please contact Coach Kathy Broadnax.


     

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  • winning portrait

    LTMS student honors band director with winning art entry

    Alyssa Pyles, an artist and band student at LTMS, won first place in the middle school division of the Kentucky Education Association’s 2019 #DifferenceMakers art contest. Alyssa creatively portrayed band director Caitlin Housley holding a trumpet in class with sheet music in the background. Each winter, contest entries from across the state are displayed in the Capitol Annex in Frankfort. Cash prizes go to division winners in grades K-2, 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12, who are also featured in the KEA News. KEA President Stephanie Winkler will present Alyssa’s award at LTMS in late April, along with the framed artwork for Housley to keep. For questions, please contact art teacher Jaime Giger.


     

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