The Lexington County School District Three Board of Trustees is making plans to find a new leader to sit at the helm of its schools. It was formally announced on Monday, April 29th that Dr. Randall Gary, current Superintendent of Lexington Three, will be leaving his role to serve as the new Superintendent of Spartanburg District Five.
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Seven teachers, alongside Lexington Three’s two Digital Learning Coaches and Chief Academic Officer, participated in the first-ever “Teacher Book Talk” this Spring, with the voluntary book study group even getting to take part in a Google Hangout with the book’s author.
It was a day of celebration for hundreds of students from across the Midlands of South Carolina as they came from their respective schools to compete in the Area 7 Special Olympics at White Knoll High School on April 25.
On Thursday, April 11th, students from B-L Elementary School traveled to the Lexington County School District Three Fine Arts Center to view a live performance of “Goldilocks and the Three Bears.”
Students at B-L Primary and B-L Elementary Schools have an even greater incentive to read this spring thanks to a program offered by the Lexington County Blowfish baseball team.
A group of fourth grade students from B-L Elementary School were recently named as the elementary division winners of the central region’s Youth Art Month (YAM) Art Show of South Carolina.
On Monday, April 1st, rising sixth graders who will attend B-L Middle School in the Fall got their first taste of what to expect at the school next year thanks to a special orientation event hosted in their honor.
On Saturday, March 30th, around 500 people gathered in Leesville College Park to participate in Arts in the Park, an event sponsored by Lexington County School District Three in partnership with Arts on the Ridge and the Town of Batesburg-Leesville.
On May 1, 2019, parents and guardians of new 4K and 5K students who will be attending B-L Primary School in the Fall are invited to come and pre-register their child for school.
A new initiative at B-L High School aims to help less fortunate members of the Batesburg-Leesville community.