The Lexington County School District One Educational Foundation recently received a $1,500 grant from the Food Lion Feeds Charitable Foundation to assist students in need.
The South Carolina School Boards Association recognized three Lexington County School District One Board of Trustees members during the association’s 2019–2020 Boardmanship Institute. The association
River Bluff High Co-Head Athletic Trainer George S. Wham, ED.D. won multiple honors for promoting health and safety among student athletes. The National Athletic Trainers’
Educators from multiple schools recently earned their National Geographic Educator Certification, helping them teach from a global perspective. Newly certified staff include Gilbert High’s Jennifer
Lexington County School District One students come back to school August 20. Although parents register online, schools still hold a class assignment/schedule pick-up day prior
Lexington One District Athletic Director (DAD) David Bennett is on the forefront of the changes in student athletics. Since the position was created for Bennett
A record number of Lexington District One elementary students received an invitation to a state honor choir. Sixteen students — Deerfield Elementary’s Maddyn S. Campbell
For the first time since 2014, schools received ratings on new and different state-issued school report cards. As expected with any new system, it is