Batesburg-Leesville Primary School project welcomes men of courage

  Back in the year 2000, the Bahamian junkanoo band Baha Men wondered in song, “Who let the dogs out?” Last week, Batesburg-Leesville Primary School opened its doors and let…

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Elementary STEM lab teaches coding, robotics

Batesburg-Leesville Elementary School has introduced a modern robotics lab to offer STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math).  The lab, powered by the Acellus STEM program, helps students discover and create…

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School district ‘wordsmiths’ SRO, homebound student policies

  Words matter, so the Lexington School District Three staff did some “wordsmithing” recently on two policies approved on first reading by the School Board of Trustees. Ralph Schmidt, Assistant…

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Lexington Three AP exam numbers improve, SAT scores fall in State data

More graduating seniors at Batesburg-Leesville High School took the College Board’s SAT tests in 2019 than in the prior year’s cycle, but the average total score fell by more than…

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TransformSC Bus Tour to visit B-L Primary School

  Batesburg-Leesville Primary School is one of three schools being featured on the TransformSC Bus Tour on Thursday, Sept. 26. The school, which houses the youngest Panther cubs in the…

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School mentors, reading buddies celebrate orientation

Lexington County School District Three mentors and reading buddies are ready to begin another year and are eager to make a difference in the lives of students at Batesburg-Leesville Primary…

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School supply drive wraps up another successful campaign

For the past several years, Helena Burton, a 2017 graduate of Batesburg-Leesville High School, has organized from start to finish the Panther Pride School Supply Drive. She started the program…

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