The Lexington County School District One Board of Trustees made a significant decision during their April 16, 2024 meeting by extending contracts to Mr. Keith Price as the superintendent-elect/superintendent of Lexington County School District One. Board Chair Anne Marie Green expressed her enthusiasm, stating, “We are delighted to announce Mr.Continue Reading

Sandy Ellisor, Career Specialist at Lexington-Richland School District Five, has been honored as the Midlands Career Specialist of the Year for the 2023-2024 school year by the Midlands Education and Business Alliance (MEBA). This prestigious award acknowledges educators who excel in preparing students for the workforce by providing rigorous academics,Continue Reading

Michelin North America, Inc., based in Lexington, South Carolina, has reaffirmed its commitment to supporting education in the area with a generous pledge of $30,000 to the Lexington County School District One Educational Foundation. This investment will specifically focus on enhancing computer science education at the middle school and highContinue Reading

Kayla Garrett, a kindergarten assistant at Piney Woods Elementary School in Lexington-Richland School District Five, has been honored with the 2023-2024 Alternative Pathways for Educator Certification (APEC) Professional Commitment Award. This prestigious award recognizes Garrett’s exceptional commitment to learning and professional growth within the APEC program. As the recipient ofContinue Reading

After a rigorous selection process, the Lexington County School District One Board of Trustees has identified three outstanding candidates as finalists for the position of Superintendent-elect/Superintendent. From a pool of 12 applicants, Dr. Chris Ballenger, Mr. Keith Price, and Dr. Erin Slater have emerged as the top contenders. Chairwoman AnneContinue Reading

At the March 19 board meeting, the Lexington County School District One Board of Trustees proudly announced the appointment of Clark Cooper as the district’s new Chief Operations and Student Services Officer. Cooper, currently serving as the district’s Executive Director of Student Services and Interim Executive Director of Operations, bringsContinue Reading

School District Five administrators and staff are dedicated to preparing students for success beyond high school. Through collaborative efforts across all four high schools in the district and the Center for Advanced Technical Studies (The Center), students have access to internships and work-based learning opportunities to gain valuable hands-on experience.Continue Reading