Welcome to Lexington Trails
Welcome to Lexington Trails Middle School. LTMS was established in August of 1995 when the De Soto School District went from one junior high school to two middle schools – one on the east side of the district and LTMS on the west side of the district. For the first three years, the middle schools included 5th–8th grade students and the initial LTMS enrollment was about 320 students. Enrollment grew at LTMS to approximately 550 students before the district opened its third middle school in 2007. Currently the LTMS enrollment is about 390 and is trending upward.
Community / Accountability / Respect / Education / Safety are our Core Values. Through a cooperative partnership with students, school, home and community, LTMS’s mission is to empower students to become involved in the community, be accountable for their actions, be respectful of one another and themselves, while receiving an education in a safe environment.
LTMS takes pride in our academic achievement and our diverse student population. LTMS is a three-time recipient of the Governor’s Achievement Award for being in the top 5 percent of Kansas middle schools.
News & Information
USD 232 announced Mr. Clark McCracken as the new principal of Lexington Trails Middle School, effective with the 2019-20 school year.
LTMS Band Director, Rob Foster, recognized by Dr. William P. Foster Project
A Message from our Staff
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