About Our School
Lexington County School District One Student Handbook
Bell Schedule 2018-2019
Student Code Of Conduct 2018-2019
Referral Consequences 2018-2019
Read to Succeed Overview for Parents Stakeholders 2017-18
Lexington Country School District One website
Student Drivers and Parking
Traffic Flow Instructions:
- Student Pick Up Map
- Morning drop-offs and afternoon pick-ups for students are in the two parking lots in front of the school.
- Parents cannot enter the bus parking lot or the area behind the school.
- Parents may go behind the school to pick up students from after school practices.
Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our traffic flow safe.
Prepay for your student’s lunch by visiting Lunch Prepay.
Lexington County School District One Food Service and Nutrition is now using MealViewer digital media software to provide parents and students access to the following features:
🍎 School Menus
🍎 User Profiles
🍎 Rating System
🍎 Allergen Alerts
🍎 Nutritional Calculator
***Visit this link for a short introductory video… http://www.mealviewer.com/…/26/introductory-video-for-pare…/***
Use the PowerSchool Parent Portal to easily check grades, access Naviance Family Connection (Grades 6–12) and more. Click here to go to the login page or click here for information regarding computer environments (web browsers, operating systems, and Java version) for PowerSchool.
Students: Log in using your username and password.
Parents: If you have not already created a PowerSchool Lexington One parent account, you can use the “Create Account” link on the PowerSchool parent login page. Once you create your PowerSchool parent account, you will need an Access ID and password for each of your children in order to view their grades and attendance. You can get those Access IDs in person inside the main office 7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. You will need to show a PHOTO ID. Be sure to set the “Email Notification” settings, while you are in the PowerSchool Parent Portal, if you would like to receive emails with information about your child’s grades and/or attendance.
As part of Lexington County School District One’s commitment to providing 21st century learning tools for our teachers and students, we have begun using Schoology© as our district learning management system in grades 6–12.
Schoology© is a dynamic platform that allows teachers and students to work digitally and communicate with each other on both computers and mobile devices. With Schoology©, students can submit homework assignments, participate in interactive discussions, receive announcements and feedback, take assessments and collaborate with their peers. Teachers will monitor student progress and activity to ensure a safe, secure and controlled environment. Parents will also have access to the system and be able to view teacher and student activity.
Students: Use your school username and AA password to log into your account.
Parents: You can create a Schoology© parent account using your parent access code. Contact Ms. Grady to obtain your parent access code. You can also find directions for navigating your account.
**When using the Schoology app choose Lexington High with the zip code 29072-2215.**
Family-friendly resources addressing the standards now available
A good educational system provides many tools that help children learn. Parents and families are a big part of a child’s success team because a great deal of learning goes on outside the classroom. The information on this site can help you become familiar with what your child is learning at school and it includes activities to reinforce and support your child’s learning, selected book titles for additional reading, and Web site addresses for extended learning. Access all available tools at www.scfriendlystandards.org.