Lexington County School District One is making Wednesday, March 5, a full, regular school day for staff and students and canceling that day’s planned collaborative planning activities. All schools will dismiss at their normal times on Wednesday, March 5.
Lexington County School District One sets high expectations for every student. The district provides the environment, instruction and support needed to ensure that our students learn, and, as part of that, the district protects instructional time. The district feels that this decision is in the best interest of its teachers and students.
The district lost three instructional days due to bad weather (Wednesday, January 29, 2014, Wednesday, February 12, 2014, and Thursday, February 13, 2014). The district will make up two of those days on Friday, March 14 and Monday, April 21. It has not designated a third makeup day yet.
Take a Walk on the Wild Side
During the month of October, LHS will be fundraising for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF). There will be a Diabetes Awareness Night at the Varsity football game on Friday, October 18. Lexington Wildcats Walk for a Cure team t-shirts will be for sale for $10 and donations will be accepted throughout the stadium. Registration is free – click here to register and donate. Click here to watch a video.
Join us Sunday, November 3 at Finlay Park at 1 p.m. for the 2013 Walk to Cure Diabetes.
Announcing the 2013 Lexington District One Career Showcase for all 10th graders. The 2013 Career Showcase is November 1 at River Bluff High School. Lexington High students will be transported to RBHS at 8:30 a.m. on November 1. Permission forms for Lexington High School 10th graders to attend will be distributed in early October. Click here to watch a short video of last year’s Showcase. It may take a minute to load.