Blackcat Bulletin

The Weekly LTMS Newsletter 9.5.22


The mission of Lexington Traditional Magnet School is to empower every child to perform at high academic levels of achievement.

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This Week In Sports

Football Game vs TATES CREEK

  • Date: Thursday- 9.8.22
  • Time: 6 pm

Girls Basketball Game vs JESSIE CLARK

  • Location: JESSIE CLARK
  • Date: Tuesday- 9.6.22
  • Time: 5:30 (B game) & 6:30 (A game)

Girls Basketball Game vs CRAWFORD
  • Location: LTMS
  • Date: Thursday- 9.8.22
  • Time: 5:30 (B game) & 6:30 (A game)

Volleyball Interest Meeting

  • Date: Friday- 9.9.22

Students Receive Recognition Referrals

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All students are required to wear a student ID while in the building. The ID will have a barcode that can be scanned when entering the building, at the tardy table when using a hall pass, cafeteria, entering the library, checking out materials, and other in-school events.

The ID must be worn on a lanyard around the neck from 8:55 - 3:55

The ID will be required to:

  • Enter the building

  • Receive a tardy note

  • Use a hall pass

  • Enter the library

  • Be served breakfast/lunch


This is the link for student badges to be replaced. Replacement badges will be delivered to the students' first hour.

Neighborhood News

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The FRYSC Corner

Hello Blackcat Nation!

Below you will find a form for the Sharing Thanksgiving 2022 Program (Thanksgiving baskets) and a Blessing in a Bag form (weekend food assistance bags). If you would like to speak with me about needs you have or additional resources you need help with, please contact me at 859.381.4416 or email me at

Sharing Thanksgiving Program (Thanksgiving Basket) Form

All requests must be submitted by the end of the day, Friday, September 30, 2022.

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Words From Our Staff

Introducing- Rupar Khin; 6th Grade Science Teacher

My name is Rupar Khin, and I was born and raised in Burma (Now, it is called Myanmar which is located in South-East Asia.)

After I graduated from Rangoon University, Burma, I went to Bangkok, Thailand, and pursued my Master’s in Education. While I was doing my studies in Bangkok, I was also working for International Rescue Committee (IRC), which is a NGO (Non-government Organization). It is the largest provider of global humanitarian aid, relief, and development. IRC was founded in 1933 as the International Relief Association (IRA) at the request of Albert Einstein.

Once I finished my studies in Bangkok, I got married to my husband and immigrated to the United States of America. During my initial years in this country, I volunteered for Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government (LFUCG) as well as Williams Well Brown community center. After a couple of years, I joined Fayette County Public Schools and started teaching until today.

I love teaching, gardening, reading, and dealing with people, and I believe every student should have an opportunity to pursue their dreams in education so that they can have a better future.

-Mrs. Khin; 6th Grade Science Teacher