The Parent/StudentVUE portal is a component of the LPS Student Information System that allows parents/guardians to:
Monitor grades and attendance
Get detailed assignment and course information
Select and print reports
Automatically receive notification when a grade falls below a selected level or when unexpected absences occur
Mouse over the picture to see a 360 degree view of the front entrance to Lux.
“Welcome to John Lux Middle School! Our middle school opened in 1996 . All students and teachers are a part of a team. By taking a short tour it is easy to see our three separate grade levels, 6-7-8, located in three different parts of the building. Our school has a population of 815 students. If you would like to visit our middle school, please give us a call at (402) 436-1220. We would like to show off our facility.”
Duane Dohmen, Principal
School Vision Statement
The Lux school community appreciates and welcomes the uniqueness of middle level students by:
* promoting academics
* fostering creativity
* developing interpersonal and intrapersonal success
* encouraging responsibility
* affirming diversity
* encouraging the pursuit of lifelong learning.
(Drafted 1996/Updated 2002)
Sunshine is beautiful, especially those sunrises that sparkle the dew and sunsets that engrave silver linings on the clouds.
Winter isn’t so bad when your thoughts are preparing for the spring.
Goals are essential in all areas of life, and these goals are reached only through daily efforts.
Youth need ‘adult models’, many ‘hands-on’ experiences and quiet opportunities to talk about these experiences.
Stewardship of the land, water, and air is an absolute.
A good leader must ‘walk the walk’, not just ‘talk the talk’.
Shared, participatory style of leadership not only achieves immediate objectives, but also develops future leaders.
You can fail at a particular task without being a failure.
A person’s ideas, ideals, and institutions live on through the lives of the people they have touched.
The Lincoln Public Schools District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, disability, age, genetic information, citizenship status or economic status in its programs, activities and employment.