24 Batesburg-Leesville Elementary School students were recently selected by the school’s faculty members as displaying the character trait of “Respectfulness.”
News & Announcements
With the holidays just around the corner, Lexington School District Three is looking for community members who would like to spread a little cheer to less fortunate children at B-L Primary and B-L Elementary Schools.
Congratulations to B-L Elementary School third grader Chandler Bouknight on being named as the top “Jump Rope for Heart” fundraiser in South Carolina.
Deidre Yonce, Lexington County School District Three’s Director of Child Nutrition, is pleased to announce that B-L Primary, B-L Elementary, B-L Middle and B-L High Schools’ cafeterias had a surprise inspection this month from the Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) and all four schools received an overall score of 100% (a perfect score).
Members of the Lexington County School District Three Panther Pals program enjoyed a special skating party at Celebrations on Thursday, November 8th to mark the end of the first nine weeks of school.
A new program being piloted at B-L Elementary School this year is opening students’ eyes to a whole new world of career opportunities.
Lexington School District Three celebrated Veterans Day 2018 with several special programs and activities across town.
Twenty-six B-L Elementary School students were recently selected by the school’s faculty members as displaying the character trait of “Determination.”
B-L Elementary School student Aika Moore earned a perfect score on the Mathematics portion of the South Carolina College-and Career-Ready (SC READY) assessment that she took back in May. Aika, who is currently a fourth grader at BLES, was recognized for her tremendous achievement at the Lexington County School District Three Board of Trustees meeting on September 19th.