Welcome to the Lexington School District Two website! As “Champions for Children,” and in partnership with our community, we strive to provide superior educational opportunities that enable all students to achieve success. We are committed to preparing our students for college and career readiness. We are proud of our schools and appreciate your interest in them!
Thanks for visiting with us!
Dr. Venus Holland
Serving the Cayce, West Columbia, Springdale, Pine Ridge, and South Congaree Communities, Lexington Two is proud of our sixteen neighborhood schools and all they have to offer. Providing quality education and support to our 8,800 students is the primary goal of our teachers, administrators and staff. We are proud to li
ve in the kind of community where our students live only a short walk to their schools and where generat
ions of families have come to call
home. Situated along the Congaree River, our unique location combines the ease of small town living with close proximity to big city amenities.
AdvancED Recommends Full Accreditation
Lexington School District Two received an external accrediatation review March 4-6. The six-member team of educators came from Georgia, Wyoming, Colorado, and other parts of South Carolina. This committee visited 36 classrooms and talked with 461 stakeholders during their visit to Lexington School District Two. The external review team has recommended Full Accreditation. The final report should arrive within 30 days from AdvancED.
Rigorous Curriculum Design Materials
If you attended the Rigorous Curriculum Design Workshop and are looking for supporting planning templates they are located on the Instruction Division's webpage....click here.
Pre-School through First Grade Registration
For more detailed information and requirements click HERE. Parents of children meeting this eligibility deadline should bring the following to their zoned elementary school:
School Zones and Busing Information
Click here to access helpful information on Lexington District Two school zones and busing information (stops, stop times, and bus numbers). The information provided is for general information purposes only and may not apply to all routing situations. Please see Transportation's page for more information and contact numbers.
All 7th Graders Must have Tdap
All South Carolina 7th graders now are REQUIRED to show proof of a Tdap shot to attend school. DHEC will be offering FREE Tdap shots during a series of mass vaccination clinics in August 2013. These mass vaccination clinics are a great opportunity for parents of rising 7th graders to get a free Tdap shot and meet entry requirements for the 2013-2014 school year. Click here to go to DHEC's page for more information.
Important Changes to Medication Policy
Over-the-counter medications will no longer be administered at school without a written medical order (prescription). This will include medications such as Tylenol, Advil, Benadryl, Tums/Rolaids, over-the-counter allergy medications and ointments such as hydrocortisone, etc. Click here for an information sheet and to access the permission form needed to have these medications administered.
News and Important Information
Dance and Tumbling Recital
The Lexington Two Dance and Tumbling Recital will be heldSaturday, April 26, 2014 at 3:30 in the Airport High School Auditorium.
Free Summer Camp for Rising 7th and 8th Graders offered by SC Governor's School for Science and Mathematics
FREE Technology Summer Camp (iTEAMS) for Rising 7th and 8th graders (current 6th and 7th graders)! Camp runs July 21st-24th from 8:30-3:30 with lunch and snacks provided....all for FREE!! Students will need a teacher recommendation (there is a place on the application to enter the teacher's email address, and the recommendation form will be emailed to the teacher). Go to http://www.scgssm.org/programs-clubs/iteams to apply online (click here for flyer with more information).
iTEAMS stands for Innovation, Technology, and Entrepreneurship Among Middle Schoolers. The camp is run by the South Carolina Governor's School for Science and Mathematics. Camp challenges to choose from this year are Creating a Mobile App, Creating Interactive Objects, and Creating Video Games.
Snow Make-up Days Set
Lexington School District Two students will have a full day of instruction on Wednesdays, March 26 and April 23. At a special meeting on March 6, the District's Board of Trustees voted to amend the District's school calendar to change Wednesday March 26 and April 23 from Cohort Early Release Days to full days of instruction to make up one of the days missed due to inclement weather in February. The District's high schools will not have a delayed start on these two Wednesdays.
The Board voted at their regular monthly meeting on February 27 to amend the calendar to designate March 28 as a snow make-up day also instead of Memorial Day. These measures taken by the Board will provide more instruction days prior to state PASS testing in May. March 28 had been designated as a Teacher In-service/Student Holiday.
Students and employees have already made up one snow day by attending school on President's Day, February 17, which had been designated as a school holiday.
New Parent Newsletter Launched
Lexington Two is excited to announce the launch of our new Parent Newsletter. You can access the newsletter by mousing over "For Parents & Community" on our navigation bar at the top of this page. Parent Newsletter will be the first choice in the drop down menu.
For students at BC#1 and SRAA
Kindergarten - Grade 5
For more information, see the
Title I web page under
Supplemental Educational Services.