Two School District Five students were graduated from a collaborative job-training program at Midlands Technical College called Building Occupational Opportunities in the Midlands (BOOM). They were honored during a graduation ceremony May 26. The graduates from School District Five were Miguel Hill (Dutch Fork High) and Charles Schuler (Chapin High).Continue Reading

School District Five celebrated its eighth year of the student-initiative Project SEARCH, graduating students from the program during a May 25 ceremony at Prisma Health Baptist Parkridge. The four students who graduated in the class of 2023 include Carolina Cook (Spring Hill High), Sydney Dunlap (Dutch Fork High), Emma McPhersonContinue Reading

Lexington One Educational Foundation Receives Walmart Grants inSupport of VEX Robotics Teams’ World Competition   The Walmart Foundation generously provided $4,000 in grants to the Lexington One Educational Foundation to support two Lexington District One school VEX robotics teams from the Lexington Technology Center and River Bluff High School. ThisContinue Reading

Two Lexington-Richland School District Five students have earned awards from the Midlands Education and Business Alliance (MEBA). Senior Eleanor Prosser has been selected as the Career and Technical Education (CTE) Technology Champion of the Year for the Midlands. Veronica Cain has been named the Midlands Work-Based Learning (WBL) Student ofContinue Reading

State Treasurer Curtis Loftis recognized 15 educators from across South Carolina recently at the 34th Annual Economics and Financial Literacy Awards Luncheon in West Columbia. Each honoree completed the bronze, silver and gold levels of the South Carolina Financial Literacy Master Teacher Program, a multi-year program designed to increase theContinue Reading

Three Lexington-Richland Schools District Five educators have been inducted into Newberry College’s Hall of Master Teachers. The society’s awards recognize graduates of Newberry College for exemplary dedication, service and excellence in the field of education. Each year, honorees are selected for five awards, each recognizing a different area of distinction:Continue Reading

River Bluff High School is proud to announce the outstanding achievements of its students and teacher at the recent Lexington Soil & Water Conservation District Awards Banquet. The event showcased the remarkable talent and dedication of the school’s participants in various categories, highlighting their commitment to environmental preservation and conservation.Continue Reading