Our progress update for the week of June 29-July 2, as Lexington Two continues work on plans for re-entry to schools this fall. Find a report given to the Board of Trustees on reopening considerations, plus other sources we're using for input
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Summer workouts and practices put on hold out of an abundance of caution due to spike in area's COVID-19 cases
With safety in mind, new and returning students may now register online under the 2020-21 link. Select the "Register" button. Two proofs of residency will be required.
Registration for the fall session is only available by appointment. Call (803) 739-4048
Dr. Wade will serve as superintendent-elect until the retirement of Dr. William James Jr. at the end of the 2020-21 school year. Dr. Wade will begin his work in the district in August.
Demolition begins on Claude A. Taylor Elementary on July 1, while work will begin later in the month on Pineview Elementary
Lexington Two has placed a temporary hold on its volunteer programs as the 2020-21 school year begins, amid coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns
Everything you need to know to get your child enrolled in Lexington Two schools
The Lexington Two District Teacher of the Year will be selected from among the school-level winners and go on to represent in the state competition
Find a list of Airport High School and Brookland-Cayce High School graduates, plus links to watch their graduations.
In addition to extended hours during the four-day work week, there are new safety procedures for doing business at the district office
Here are the required immunizations from the SC Department of Health and Environmental Control
The group includes 6 who have earned Associate in Art or Associate in Science diplomas, including one who received both
The award from the SC Department of Education recognizes students who have attained proficiency in English and another language by graduation
We salute these Airport and Brookland-Cayce graduates who are heading into military service
Junior Marshals are selected based on class rank and represent the top 10 percent of the junior class
Meals are distributed at 4 school sites and by bus delivery. Read here for school locations, bus routes/times, and other important details
The Advanced Placement (AP) Program recognizes students who have demonstrated outstanding college-level achievement through their performance on multiple AP exams
Completion of the center -- the final project in the $225 million voter-approved construction plan -- is estimated for some time in 2023
The district purchased the property in conjunction with a long-range capital improvements plan being developed by district administrators for the next 10-, 20- and 30-plus years