Local Affiliations

  • Youth Leadership Program Three LHS juniors are leading an YLP program in early 2018. Maya Gong, Anika Luo, and Frankin Wang have been taking toastmaster training for more than five years.  Click for more »

Who:              7 – 8th Graders
When:           7:15 PM – 8:45 PM, January 12 – April 13, (Every other Friday)
Where:          Lexington Community Center
Contact:        lexington.ylp@gmail.com
Total Cost:   $15 (to cover manual & refreshment)

  • The Alexander Children’s Theatre School presents Seussical the Musical Based on the works of Dr. Seuss, this show will be performed at Cary Hall January 12 – 14th, 2018.  Shows Friday @ 7:30, Saturday 2 and 7:30 and Sunday @ 2.  Featured in the production are Lexington students Ashley Williams, Arian Hargrove and Keegan Monteiro.

For tickets go to www.ACTS1.org or call 781-899-4467.  For questions, email Stephanie at  idpactsmail@aol.com.

  • 5th Annual Lexington MLK Day of Service  The Town of Lexington will hold its 25th commemoration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day with its 5th Annual MLK Day of Service by shepherding our community to take part in assisting those in need. Click for more »

When : Monday, January 15, 2018

  • Mom’s Night Out at Pinot’s Palette to benefit Lexington Education Foundation Space is limited and seats are filling up! Gather your friends and join us for a night out!  $35 per person.  Thank you for supporting a women owned local business AND 20% from every ticket purchase will be donated to the Lexington Education Foundation!  

When : January 18 @ 7 PM – 9 PM
BUY Tickets Here: Believe – Thu, Jan 18 7PM at Pinot’s Palette – Lexington Center

  • Lexington Recreation and Community Programs Open House – Summer Camps & Out of School Time Programs

When: Saturday January 20, 10 AM to 2 PM
Where: Lexington Community Center
For more information:  email recdept@lexingtonma.gov / 781-698-4800 / or on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/ events/398263997270080/

  • Teen Summer Program Expo Find the perfect summer experience for middle and high school students. Click for more »

When: Tuesday, January 30, 5:30-8:00pm
Where: Lexington High School cafeteria, 251 Waltham Street, FREE and open to the public.
For more information: www.TeenSummerExpos.com
Snow date: Wednesday, January 31., https://www.facebook.com/ events/527704087583267/

When: SUNDAY, JANUARY 28, 2018, 10:30 AM – 1:30 PM
SUN, JAN 29 – SUN, FEB 4  Dozens of preview classes!

  • LexMedia Classes

Intro to Podcasting Class – Jan 10th and 18th at 7 PM. Feb 7th and 15th at 7 PM and 20th and 23rd at 3 PM. Mar 8th and 27th at 7 PM Click for more »
Youth Movie Making Class Series – Feb 20th, 21st, 22nd and 23rd from 11 AM – 2 PM. Click for more »
Television News Reporting and News Gathering Class – March 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th. Click for more »
LexMedia Summer Kids Movie Making Classes – Aug 20th – 24th.   11 AM – 4 PM.  Open to 10 -13 year olds. Click for more »

Contact :  mark@lexmedia.org or call 781-862-5388.

  • Don’t Miss out – Register for Boys and Girls Spring Lacrosse Now!  There are 3 things you should know about the sport of LACROSSE: Click for more »

When : Registering Now!

  • Monthly Welcome Coffees: You are invited! Lexington’s Community Coalition – Youth Initiative will be hosting monthly welcome coffees for families who are new to town. Click for more »

Times: Morning option 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM
Evening option 7:30 PM– 8:30 PM
Location: Lexington’s Community Center – 39 Marrett Road
Where: Central Registration Office, 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM or Lexington Community Center, 7:00 PM– 8:30 PM

  • Lexington Singapore School is offering Singapore Math Free Trial Classes for Grades 6 to 8. Small class size and customized curriculum. Please join us for a free trial or call 781-530-0384 to find out more. Thank you.

To request for free trial: http://lexingtonsingapo reschool.com/free-trial-lesson/

  • Boston Tutoring Services, LLC Boston Tutoring Services, LLC. is a private in-home tutoring company that provides one-on-one instruction for K-12 students throughout Massachusetts and Southern New Hampshire. Click for more »

Contact: (781) 248-4558
http://BostonTutoringServices. com

  • Korean Organization of Lexington
    Building relationships and strengthening the community. Click for more »

Join our Email –  kolex-subscribe@yahoogroups.com



Youth Leadership Program

Three LHS juniors are leading an YLP program in early 2018. Maya Gong, Anika Luo, and Frankin Wang have been taking toastmaster training for more than five years. They want to volunteer their time and share their learning with middle school students.

The Youth Leadership Program is a workshop consisting of eight one- to two-hour sessions that enable young people under the age of 18 to develop their communication and leadership skills through practical experience. The Spring session will be coordinated by experienced Toastmaster Marc Wey.

Please see the attached flyer for program details. In order to maximize student participation, there will only be 12 spots.

Who:            7 – 8th Graders
When:          7:15-8:45 PM, January 12 – April 13,   (Every other Friday)
Where:         Lexington Community Center
Contact:       lexington.ylp@gmail.com

Total Cost:   $15 (to cover manual & refreshment)


5th Annual Lexington MLK Day of Service

Monday, January 15, 2018

The Town of Lexington will hold its 25th commemoration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day with its 5th Annual MLK Day of Service by shepherding our community to take part in assisting those in need.

Our objective is to engage and mobilize people of all ages to participate in events and activities to serve others. United in philanthropy under the auspices of the Town Celebrations Committee, our target this year is to serve 2,000+ people through 400+ volunteers.

To sign up and volunteer, visit www.lexingtonmlk.org

Got questions? Email us at lexingtoncommunity@gmail.com.

Thank you.


Teen Summer Program Expo

Tuesday, January 30, 5:30-8:00pm,
Lexington High School cafeteria, 251 Waltham Street, FREE and open to the public.

Find the perfect summer experience for middle and high school students. Meet directors of more than 80 enriching summer programs, both day and overnight, with local, national and worldwide options. Programs for every budget and every interest include academic enrichment, adventure travel, teen tours, teen camps, community service, leadership and wilderness training, internships, sport instruction, language immersion, arts, theatre, music, college prep, STEM and gap year programs. Efficiently cut through the overwhelming amount of information online and make informed decisions about programming, safety, costs & supervision. Bring friends and travel together!

For more information: www.TeenSummerExpos.com,
Snow date: Wednesday, January 31., https://www.facebook.com/ events/527704087583267/


SUNDAY, JANUARY 28, 2018, 10:30 AM – 1:30 PM

All ages, toddlers through adults, are  welcome! Register and let us know your availability and class/instrument preference at www.keys-4-kids.com

SUN, JAN 29 – SUN, FEB 4  Dozens of preview classes!

Reserve a space in one of Keys for Kids’ popular classes for beginners—a fun and informative way to preview lessons and evaluate the Keys for Kids classes “in  action” with your child! Teeny Keys (age 3–4), Mini Keys (age 5), Kinder Keys (age 6–8),  Super Keys (age 8–12)

BUSY THAT WEEK?  Email Inga@keys-4-kids.com   to let us know your time preference. We’ll help  you choose the preview lesson that works with your schedule so you can meet  your teacher!


LexMedia Classes

LexMedia Intro to Podcasting Class LexMedia has created a state of the art Podcasting studio and is now offering free classes in Podcast production. This new studio can accommodate up to 4 people at once talking into microphones and if desired the Podcast can also be shot with our HD robotic camera system. If you are interested in knowing more or would like to sign up please email mark@lexmedia.org

Class dates and times are:
Jan 10th and 18th at 7pm. Feb 7th and 15th at 7pm and 20th and 23rd at 3pm. March 8th and 27th at 7pm.

Youth Movie Making Class Series This four part series will take the young film maker through all the steps necessary to create a short film. From the concept, to creating a storyboard, to script writing, to learning the “Tech” of cameras, lighting and sound, then on to working with a crew and editing. This class will touch on all aspects of production. The class series is open to young people age 10-14. This class is free. For more info or to sign up contact mark@lexmedia.org.

The class dates are: Feb 20th, 21st, 22nd and 23rd from 11am – 2pm.

Television News Reporting and News Gathering Class In this class you will first learn some of the technical aspects of production including, cameras, microphones and lighting. Then we get into the who, what, when, where, why and how of television journalism. We will start off by critiquing news packages from recent broadcasts and discussing their merits and faults. From there we’ll review the essentials of unbiased journalism…including objectivity, curiosity, interviewing skills and compelling storytelling.

Then it’s your turn. Class members will team up to cover an event or story complete with interviews and video footage. Once you’ve got your story in the camera, it’s time to write a script and edit your story with guidance from the teacher.

Our last class in the series will be a showcase and critique of student news packages. And we may even put them together into LexMedia’s first news show for distribution on our channels.

Students should be prepared to spend time outside of the class schedule shooting their news story.

Heather Aveson will be teaching the class. She brings a wealth of experience to LexMedia. Heather is currently the News Director at ACMi in Arlington producing a weekly newscast. Prior to that she produced Somerville Neighborhood News producing in depth coverage of major urban issues and mentored young journalists. She began her career as a News Editor and Producer on the 10 O’clock News with Christopher Lydon at WGBH, where she learned how to look beyond the obvious story and meet high journalist standards. Heather has also worked in broadcast news in Baltimore and Atlanta.

This series will be held on four Wednesday evenings: March 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th. The class runs from 7pm – 9pm at LexMedia. The total cost is $60. To sign up or for more info email us at: mark@lexmedia.org

Summer Kids Movie Making Classes This summer 10 to 12 kids will gather at LexMedia (at Avalon) to make a movie or a series of TV shorts. They will take part in every aspect of production. It starts with a concept that we agree on, then we develop that concept and add characters, we then write the script and develop the story. And that’s only the first day! The next 4 days are spent refining what we started, rehearsing, learning to use the cameras and sound equipment and shooting the scenes. This is a hands on class. During this time the kids work together as a team. Collaboration, mutual respect and fun are the main goals of this one week class series…. That and an amazing high quality HD production! Cost $300. For more details contact mark@lexmedia.org or call 781-862-5388.

The dates are: Aug 20th – 24th. 11am-4pm. Open to 10-13 year olds.



There are 3 things you should know about the sport of LACROSSE:

1.       LACROSSE is known as the “Fastest Sport on Two Feet”
2.       LACROSSE is the fastest growing sport in the US
3.       Registration for spring LACROSSE is only open for a few more weeks at www.lexingtonlax.org

Lexington Youth Lacrosse is open to all skill levels, has both a boy’s and girl’s program, and is organized into divisions by age: Grade 1, Grade 2, Under 11 (3rd & 4th) , Under 13 (5th & 6th), and Under 15 (7th & 8th).

Our program is dedicated to introducing, teaching, and expanding youth lacrosse through our integrated and age based programs, which provide a fun, competitive, and instructional environment.

Lacrosse is complementary to soccer, hockey, and basketball, as it is a continuous-play team sport that reinforces and advances common offensive and defensive concepts.

Too often we hear parents say they don’t know the sport so they never introduced it to their children. You don’t have to know the sport – that’s what Lexington Youth Lacrosse is here for!



Monthly Welcome Coffees: You are invited!

These informal gatherings help provide an overview of the town, school, and community services available.  Bring your questions, and meet some friendly people!  Get to know more about the community-service groups in town, including:  ABCL, CAAL, IAL, IFAA, KOLex, LHRC, LICA, LNC, LPC, SEPAC & SEPTA

The purpose of Lexington’s Community Coalition is to support a welcoming community that values wellness, inclusivity, respect, empathy, responsibility, compassion, community, kindness, and peace.

The Lexington Community Coalition includes town and school departments, individual volunteers, and community organizations who collaborate to align resources to support youth (and their families).

Specifically, we are working together to:
Reduce alcohol & substance use
Decrease atmosphere of competition
Support mental health for youth & families
At each Welcome Coffee our co-hosts facilitate the gathering and help provide information.  If we can’t answer a question, we will help find someone who can!

Contact:  Lana (lanaandpeter@gmail.com); Mona (monamidroy@gmail.com); Peter (ppjkd@yahoo.com); Jessie (jess@shininghours.com)
Learn more on Facebook: Lexington Community Coalition – Youth Initiative


Boston Tutoring Services, LLC
(781) 248-4558
http://BostonTutoringServices. com

Boston Tutoring Services, LLC. is a private in-home tutoring company that provides one-on-one instruction for K-12 students throughout Massachusetts and Southern New Hampshire. Established in 2010, Boston Tutoring Services has provided personalized instruction for over 1,000 students. Our experienced staff of over 60 tutors and admissions coaches are largely Massachusetts Certified Teachers with Master’s Degrees or higher. Boston Tutoring Services offers test preparation for the ISEE, SSAT, ACT, SAT, Boston Latin Exam, and High School Placement Test. Boston Tutoring Services offers Academic Subject Tutoring and MCAS

Preparation in English, Math, Science, Social Studies and Foreign Languages. For students applying to private school or college, Boston Tutoring Services offers Admission Consulting Services, including Essay Coaching and Interview Coaching.


Korean Organization of Lexington (KOLex) – Building relationships and strengthening the community

The Korean Organization of Lexington, KOLex, is created as a resource for Korean residents and for the town of Lexington. As a group we will work to support each other and work together with local officials and town members to help create a town that can further benefit from its local Korean residents.

코렉스는 렉싱턴타운과 이곳에 거주하는 한국인을 위한 도움처로 생성되었습니다.
우리는 렉싱턴에 거주하는 한국인모임으로서 서로 돕고 협력하며 타운공무원 및 주민들과 함께 더나은 렉싱턴을 만들어가겠습니다.
Please use the link below to join our email group.
아래의 링크를 사용하여 우리의 이메일 그룹에 가입하세요.

Susie Lee-Snell – susieleesnell@gmail.com & April Daciuk – aprildaciuk@gmail.com

Please see below for the liaison at each school:
Bowman Elementary School – Eun Chung, choon1988@gmail.com
Bridge Elementary School – Kristine Park, min1683@gmail.com
Estabrook Elementary School – MinJung Kim, jung3483@gmail.com & Youn gsun Kim, marykim0915@gmail.com
Fiske Elementary School – BoKyung Shin, prettybbo@gmail.com
Harrington Elementary School – Susie Lee-Snell,                 susieleesnell@gmail.com
Hastings Elementary School – JungSoon Park, jungsoon.park@gmail.com
Clarke Middle School – Seon Lee, seonhyungju@yahoo.com
Diamond Middle School – April Daciuk, aprildaciuk@gmail.com
Lexington High School – SongYi Kim, kizschool@gmail.com