Maxwell Escuela de Inmersión en Español

Lexington, Kentucky

Learn a Language, Unlock the World

Popular Links

District Buzz

Facebook/Twitter Feed

School Announcements

  • Taste of Maxwell

    Taste of Maxwell

    It’s not too late to pre-order CARNIVAL WRISTBANDS! Print a new one if you need it: Deadline for pre-order forms is Thursday, 4/25.

    This year the silent auction will be ONLINE! See flyer for more info. Register as a bidder here: *Items are not up for bidding yet. YES, you can bid (and win!) if you’re not present at the event. ANYONE can bid at the auction, so please encourage grandparents and friends to register! ALL proceeds go to the playground fund!

    Taste of Maxwell Auction

    Please sign up to volunteer a short shift* at Taste of Maxwell or to bring Bake Sale items on Friday, April 26th. We can’t run this event without our volunteers! Thank you so much! *Most shifts are only 45 minutes, so you will still be able to enjoy the event with your family while also being a part of this fun fiesta.


    Comments (-1)
  • Embassy of Spain in D.C. names Maxwell Its School of the Year

    The celebration for Colegio del Año will take place at the Norsworthy Auditorium at IAKSS on May 16. Please take a moment to R.S.V.P. here for the event.

    School of the Year  

    Maxwell Spanish Immersion Magnet Elementary has been named the 2018-19 School of the Year by the Embassy of Spain’s Education Office in Washington, D.C. This award goes to schools in the United States that demonstrate excellence in content and language integrated learning programs in English and Spanish. Maxwell, which was Kentucky’s first whole-school immersion program, has a nearly 30-year record of providing quality education that is both innovative and effective in fostering Spanish language proficiency, academic achievement, and global competence. Former students also attest to how Maxwell influenced their choice of career and how they use intercultural competency as a base for their work and life.

    Check out the celebration video!



    Comments (-1)
  • Breakfast with the Principals

    On Friday, April 26 we will host Breakfastwith the Principals at 9A. Information and an agenda will be posted soon.

    Comments (-1)
  • Placement Input

    The Parent /Guardian Input Form serves as the official mechanism in which families are able to provide input for the student placement process for the upcoming school year. All forms should be completed and submitted by Monday, May 6, 201. If you are not able to access the online form at home, you may come to the school office to complete your submission. Please see this link for additional information and the form. We encourage all families in grades K-4 to complete, including those students who might not be returning, so that we have accurate information.

    Comments (-1)
  • Parent Resources

    Thank you for supporting your child’s participation in special dress days last week to coincide with KY SAFE Schools Week. The Kentucky Center for School Safety has compiled some parent resources to enable parents to have meaningful conversation with their children regarding school and internet safety. Please find below a link to the resources:

    Comments (-1)
  • Morning Drop-Off Safety

    Safety is the priority as we look at all of our procedures. We want everyone to have a safe arrival to school. Please find below important tips that are intended to keep you and your child safe during the morning drop-off. Thank you for helping us to have a safe year!

    • The building doors open at 7:15 a.m. daily and staff will be present to welcome your child to the building.
    • When dropping off your child in the car lane please pull up as far as possible. Staff will assist your child in exiting the vehicle.
    • For your safety, please observe the no U-turn sign at the drop-off lane.
    • Please be mindful if you park across the street and walk your child to the building that you do not inadvertently block a driveway or other vehicle.
    • Please only use the designated crosswalk to cross the street. The crossing guard is here to assist to make sure that children and families safely navigate the traffic.
    • Announcements start at 7:40 this year and classroom instruction officially begins at 7:45. Any student arriving after this time will need to be signed in at the office by an adult.
    Comments (-1)
  • Maxwell App

    Maxwell has a new app that is designed to provide families with a single landing point for information for the school. The app may be obtained by searching for Maxwell Elementary on your phone’s app store. Be sure to look for the app that contains our school’s logo.
    Once you download the app you will be able to set your preferences and receive updates as they become available. The home page contains links to social media, Seesaw, and other helpful information. We will continue to develop the app over the year so that it becomes a viable communication tool that you will be able to rely upon for current information!

    Comments (-1)

Headlines & Features