Superintendent search down to three; virus delays hiring

The search for new Superintendent of Lexington County School District Three has been narrowed to three finalists, but the ongoing coronavirus outbreak has put the hiring process on hold for…

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Lexington 3 sets food service for children on virus break

Starting on Tuesday, March 17, under direction of the Governor and the state Department of Education, Lexington County School District Three will initiate its Student Feeding Program to provide meals…

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Governor closes public schools as virus precaution

WEST COLUMBIA – During a Sunday afternoon briefing at the state Emergency Management Division operations center, Gov. Henry McMaster announced that South Carolina has decided to close all public schools…

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Lexington Three names Superintendent finalists

Dr. Drew “Ashley” Atkinson, Jr., Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction in Spartanburg School District Five in Duncan; Dr. Thomas G. Schmolze, Assistant Superintendent for Administration and Student Services for…

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Superintendent field to be narrowed to three finalists

And then there were three – or will be sometime Wednesday afternoon. The search for the next Superintendent of Lexington Three Schools has been narrowed to a list of three…

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Lexington Three urges coronavirus precaution

The Lexington County School District Three is sending a letter to school staff, parents and community members urging precaution as fears mount over the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). The…

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Social media post sparks ‘unrest’ at B-L High School

Two racially-charged “inappropriate social media posts” by a Batesburg-Leesville High School student Monday caused what school officials describe as “unrest among the student body.” The Lexington County School District Three…

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