The Lexington County School District Three Summer Meal Program will be held at B-L Elementary School this summer starting on June 10th and running through August 1st.
News & Announcements
Around 170 freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors from B-L High School were honored at a special Academic Letter Ceremony on Thursday, May 2nd at the Lexington County School District Three Fine Arts Center.
Teacher Appreciation Week ran from May 6th through 10th this year and educators in Lexington County School District Three were shown just how much they are appreciated and valued by students, fellow staff members, school administrators, district leaders, school organizations, community members and local businesses.
On Thursday, April 25th, thirty-seven seniors from B-L High School were recognized at the Batesburg-Leesville Chamber of Commerce breakfast for being named as a BLHS Honors Graduate and/or an Associate of the Arts degree recipient from Midlands Technical College.
There are approximately 15,000 new ways for students at B-L High School to receive hands-on learning thanks to an observation beehive that was recently installed in teacher Allison Cook’s science classroom.
Lexington County School District Three is proud to announce that its four schools collectively fundraised more than $10,000 for Relay for Life this spring.
Arts on the Ridge, in conjunction with the Batesburg-Leesville Chamber of Commerce and Lexington County School District 3, is proud to announce they will offer three exciting Summer Arts Enrichment Camps for students, June 24-27.
Clemson University students Hunter Bedenbaugh and Parker Eargle from Batesburg-Leesville joined other Clemson University students interested in agriculture and natural resources on a study tour of agriculture businesses and agencies in South Carolina during their Spring Break, reports John W. Parris, director of the SC Agri-News Service.
The Lexington County School District Three Board of Trustees is making plans to find a new leader to sit at the helm of its schools. It was formally announced on Monday, April 29th that Dr. Randall Gary, current Superintendent of Lexington Three, will be leaving his role to serve as the new Superintendent of Spartanburg District Five.
Seven teachers, alongside Lexington Three’s two Digital Learning Coaches and Chief Academic Officer, participated in the first-ever “Teacher Book Talk” this Spring, with the voluntary book study group even getting to take part in a Google Hangout with the book’s author.