Rye named statewide Administrator of the Year

Angie Rye, Chief Academic Officer for Lexington Three Schools, has been named as the recipient of the 2020-2021 Administrator of the Year Award from the South Carolina Association of School…

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Lexington One postpones graduations because of weather

The Gilbert High School Class of 2020, in a senior year already turned on its ear by COVID-19, will have to wait a little longer to turn their tassels. The…

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County Library still closed but refines patron service in COVID-19

Lexington County Public Library remains temporarily closed to the public as the effects of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 are still being felt across South Carolina. Still, the library and its…

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New assistant principal named at elementary school

Samantha Kennedy was approved by the Lexington County School District Three Board of Trustees on Tuesday, May 12 to serve as the new assistant arincipal of Batesburg-Leesville Elementary School. Mrs….

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Architect to Board: School bond plan could cost about half of 2018

The next attempt to pass a bond referendum for much-needed school improvements in Lexington District Three could ask voters to approve just a bit more than half what was sought…

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Lexington Three surprises Teachers of the Year at home

Lexington County School District Three is excited to announce its new Teachers of the Year for the 2020-2021 school year. Teachers were surprised at their homes on Friday, May 8…

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County’s school districts join forces to shed light on 2020 graduates

School districts across Lexington County have come up with the bright idea to work together to “Glow for Grads” later this month. Lexington County District Three has joined with its…

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