Congratulations to our Palmetto Gold/Silver Award Winners for General Performance and/or Closing the Achievement Gap.
We are very proud of you.
Fulmer Middle School: Silver/Silver
Busbee Creative Arts Academy: Silver/Silver
Pine Ridge Middle School: Silver/Silver
Northside Middle School: Gold (performance only)
Congaree-Wood Early Childhood Center: Gold (performance only)
These schools will be recognized at the Board Meeting on February 25.
Thank you for all that you do!
Lexington Two District Opening of School Information
Notification of Public Hearing on the General Fund Budget
Information about Summer Lunch Programs found here
Click here for family-friendly guides to SC Academic Standards
Lexington District Two will implement the new
10-point Grading Scale beginning with the 2016-2017 school year
Parent Letter addressing new Grading Scale found here
2016/2017 4K, 5K, and 1st Grade Registration
United Way SC Flood Assistance and Resources Information found here.
Lexington Two Enrollment Form
CLICK HERE to download our updated Lexington Two school enrollment form. This is a district-wide universal enrollment form. Simply print this form, complete it, and bring it to your child's school along with any additional information needed and complete the registration process. Click here for the Spanish version.
Read to Succeed Overview and Timeline
All certified staff click here for information regarding certification requirements.
Information regarding Professional Learning Opportunities for Read To Succeed can be found here.
Lexington District Two's Comprehensive Health Curriculum found here.
Summer Reading 2016
Click here for Middle Level Summer Reading Information
Click here for High School Summer Reading Information
Major Works Data Sheet here
The importance of reading and learning...
Understanding SLOs - For Faculty and Staff
Thank You Community for Supporting our 1:1 Initiative
through the Bond Referendum
BC Grammar #1 is Palmetto's Finest!!
Lexington 2's 2016 Sodexo Future Chefs Challenge Set for March 15
The BCAA dancers participated in Master Ballet Classes led by the Dance Theatre of Harlem as part of their residency at the University of South Carolina on February 1, 2016. The master classes were under the direction of Artistic DIrector, Virginia Johnson and Ballet Master, Keith Saunders. The Dance Theatre of Harlem is an internationally acclaimed, racially diverse dance company in Harlem, New York which was founded under the direction of Arthur Mitchell and Karel Shook in 1969.