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New rules for Fayette County Public School Athletics
In August, an incident at the Frederick Douglas and Bryan Station football game (involving the false report of a gun at the game), prompted some new policies and practices to enhance safety during athletic events.

Family: group of kids with wood and hammersCommunity Helpers Day
Habitat for Humanity’s Construction Operations Manager Huston has been busy training the next generation of Lexington Habitat volunteers.

Happy Birthday
Adrenaline celebrated their 1 year birthday in Hamburg with a ribbon cutting.

Free Flu Shots at the Mall, Y’all
What do kids love? The Mall! What do kids hate? Shots! The health department is providing free flu shots to the community 1-7 p.m. Oct. 10 at Fayette Mall, near the interior entrance of Dillard’s, as part of its annual preparedness exercise. Follow the shots with a quick trip to the Apple store and that momentary sting will quickly be a faint memory for your family.

PetSuites offers fun for Kids and Pups
PetSuites in Hamburg invites pet parents, kids, and dogs to a Halloween Party on Saturday, October 26. From noon to 3 pm stop by for pumpkin decorating, goodie bags, and pups in costumes! (2057 Bryand Road)

Family: woman and man standing behind a table smiling at the cameraCouncilmember and Firefighters
No emergency, folks! This is just a photo of Shop with a Firefighter Day at Meijer in Hamburg. (Free back to school clothes for students throughout Lexington.)

LEXINGTON CATHOLIC OPEN HOUSE
Choosing a high school is a huge step in every student’s educational career. Lexington Catholic High School will host an open house on Thursday November 7, 6 pm to 8 pm.

They will host the High School Placement Test on November 16.

The HSPT is a standardized, timed test required of every 8th grader applying to attend Lexington Catholic. It contains five sections that measure verbal ability, quantitative ability, reading comprehension, mathematics, and components of written language. The questions are designed to test students at their curriculum level.

This assessment tool is used by high schools for admissions, scholarship selection, and course placement. Each high school has its own guidelines for evaluating applicants for admission, including performance on the HSPT.

For more information or questions, contact Mindy Towles, VP Admissions & Enrollment (859) 277-7183 ext. 231.

 

EVENTS

Oct 2         Open House, 6:30 pm, Montessori High School

Oct 3         Discovery Night: NASA Night, 6 pm, The Living Arts & Science Center

Oct 3-4      FCPS FALL BREAK

Oct 10        Orchestra Fall Concert, 6:30 pm, Frederick Douglass High School

Oct 19        Take Kids Fishing, 9 am, Jacobson Park

Nov 7         Lexington Catholic High School Open House, 6 pm to 8 pm

Nov 16       Lexington Catholic High School Placement Test, 9 am to noon

Events may require tickets or registration Times, dates, and locations subject to change.

 

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This article also appears on page 12 and 13 of the October 2019 print edition of Hamburg Journal.

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