Paddling for Teachers is a fundraiser to help offset out of pocket expenses that District Five educators face each school year for needed supplies not covered by the district. Jondy and Ken Loveless are sponsoring the event and asking for donations with a goal of $5000. The event is toContinue Reading

Lexington-Richland School District Five is partnering with The Hayden Hurst Family Foundation to implement social emotional learning (SEL) curriculum into classrooms. The district has signed a memorandum of understanding to utilize “In Focus” books and classroom lessons that will help train teachers and grow social-emotional skills for students. “This partnershipContinue Reading

Nursery Road Elementary School-Arts Magnet (NRES-AM) has received a $10,000 Arts in Basic Curriculum (ABC) grant from the SC Arts Commission for the 4th consecutive year.The ABC grant provides three years of support to schools and school districts committed to implementing standards-based arts curricula and to making the arts anContinue Reading

Community gifts to the Lexington One Educational Foundation will impact Lexington County School District One students. The River Bluff High School Gator Nation Booster Club held a summer golf tournament fundraiser and donated half of the proceeds to the Lexington One Educational Foundation in an effort to assist students inContinue Reading

By Al Dozier The Lexington-Richland District 5 School Board Monday considered changes in daily school operations in an effort to adapt to the coronavirus threat as schools prepare to reopen. The district announced July 23 it will be offering a temporary “hybrid” model when schools open, which provides a blendContinue Reading

Lexington-Richland School District has announced its policy for free and reduced price meals for children served in schools under the National School Lunch program and the school breakfast program. School officials have adopted the following household size and income criteria for determining eligibility: Household size and income guidelines for freeContinue Reading

School District Five of Lexington & Richland Counties had 588 students earn an AP Scholar designation by the College Board in recognition of their exceptional achievement on the college-level Advanced Placement Program (AP) Exams. “I am enormously proud of the students and teachers in District Five for their success onContinue Reading

Blaisdell Aplin, recent graduate of Dutch Fork High School and daughter of Susan and Ben Aplin, is the recipient of PAGE Five’s annual $1,000 merit scholarship. She will be attending the South Carolina Honors College at the University of South Carolina where she will major in business. She also plansContinue Reading