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

Lex Rich District 5 Special Services recently held their multi-school Job Olympics which gives children with special needs an opportunity to compete with other children in the district. The students are given everyday tasks such as folding and hanging up clothes, bagging groceries, job interviews and other skills that canContinue Reading

The District Five Foundation recognized Paula Hite for her many years of service to the organization. A founding member in 2008, Paula organized the foundation after retiring from the Lexington Richland Five School Board. “We needed a humanitarian arm in the district and the snack pack program was the answer,”Continue Reading

92 Lexington-Richland School District Five students have been named South Carolina Junior Scholars for the 2022-2023 school year. Developed by the South Carolina Department of Education during the 1985-1986 school year, the SC Junior Scholars program is designed to identify eighth grade students with exceptional academic talent based on PSATContinue Reading