The Lexington One Educational Foundation applauds the continued generosity from Nephron Pharmaceuticals Corporation and CEO Lou Kennedy. A leader in the pharmaceutical industry, as well
On March 15, 2022, the Lexington County School District One Board of Trustees approved the hiring of Nicholas W. Pearson as principal of White Knoll
Lexington County School District One Superintendent Greg Little, Ed.D., announces that Jeffrey F. Caldwell, the district’s chief student services officer, plans to retire effective July
White Knoll High School Principal Edward (Ted) L. Daughtrey announces his retirement at the end of the 2021–22 school year, after 42 years in education.
Lexington County School District One announces its Top 10 Teacher of the Year finalists for 2021–22. These finalists go on to compete for District Teacher
The Lexington One Educational Foundation recently welcomed seven new members to its board of directors: Michael L. Boone, Harriet Poe Coker, Angela C. Douda, Kim
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