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  Estabrook  teacher Mark Taggart created a mobile Maker Space and established a club where students are learning engineering principles through inventing.

Estabrook teacher Mark Taggart created a mobile Maker Space and established a club where students are learning engineering principles through inventing.

  Diamond  Drama Teacher Kate Bromley attended the Royal Shakespeare Co. school to learn about the creative theater-making process directly from actors and directors.

Diamond Drama Teacher Kate Bromley attended the Royal Shakespeare Co. school to learn about the creative theater-making process directly from actors and directors.

  Lexington High School  hosted Yaa Gyasi, award-winning author of  Homegoing , to talk with the entire sophomore class who read her novel, and to present a community-wide discussion on cultural inheritance. LHS also hosted Mike Smith, who inspired students and educators to find their passion using communication and resiliency skills.

Lexington High School hosted Yaa Gyasi, award-winning author of Homegoing, to talk with the entire sophomore class who read her novel, and to present a community-wide discussion on cultural inheritance. LHS also hosted Mike Smith, who inspired students and educators to find their passion using communication and resiliency skills.


Since 1989, Lexington Education Foundation volunteers have sought the support of parents like yourselves, businesses and organizations to bring innovative, inspiring and impactful experiences into every school, for every student. Why? Because kids matter. A supportive educational experience matters. Educators matter. Inspiration matters. 

LEF grants, including the ones highlighted at left, make this possible.

How You Can Help

  • $50 - Helps support Project Initiatives

  • $375 - Supports a Trivia Bee Team

  • $500 - Supports Classroom Technologies

  • $1,000 - Supports Faculty Continuing Education

  • $2,000 - Supports Curriculum Enrichment for a Grade

  • $3,000 - Supports Advanced Training for Faculty

  • $5,000 - Supports New Curriculum Development