Our highest priority in Lexington County School District Three is to provide a safe and healthy learning environment for all students and staff. In keeping with this commitment, administrators are shifting all four of the district’s schools to virtual learning during the week of January 18th through 21st. Read more under the NEWS section of www.lex3.org.
Please be reminded of Lexington Three's schedule for the week of November 22nd through November 26th. Details here: https://www.lex3.org/article/591148
The Lifelong Learning Center hosted a job expo on Tuesday, November 16th. We are so thankful for all of the local employers who came out to support our students!
We are truly grateful for all of our employees in Lexington School District Three! Take a quick moment to watch this short video showing our appreciation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7xr3yWGTIn0
Lexington Three's phone lines may periodically be down throughout the day on October 12th due to service disruptions. We hope to have everything back up and running again soon. Thanks for your understanding!
Scheduling Reminder: There is NO SCHOOL this upcoming Friday, October 15th for staff or students as this is a "Bad Weather Make-Up Day" that we are not using.
On Thursday, October 7th, Mrs. Andrea Derrick was named as the 2021-2022 Lexington Three Teacher of the Year during a special banquet held at Southern Occasions in the historic Batesburg district. Mrs. Derrick will go on to represent Lexington Three in the South Carolina Teacher of the Year competition that begins in January. Congratulations! Read much more about the event in the NEWS section of our website.
We are currently experiencing difficulties with our district Facebook pages, so please bear with us as we work through those issues. Our Twitter, Instagram and YouTube pages are still functioning, however, so be sure to visit those for up-to-date Lex 3 news!
Lexington Three's schools and facilities will resume their regular schedules on Thursday, September 9th. (BLHS students will remain on their virtual schedule.) Thank you for your patience and understanding today as we navigated unusual circumstances due to the water supply issue in the Town of Batesburg-Leesville.
Lexington County School District Three's schools and facilities will resume their regular schedules on Thursday, September 9th. Thank you for your patience and understanding today as we navigated unusual circumstances due to the water supply issue in the Town of Batesburg-Leesville.
Lexington Three is aware of major water supply issues affecting the Town of Batesburg-Leesville. Due to the timing of this advisory, Lexington Three is planning to open schools at their regular times today and we will attempt to hold a normal school day as we're told water could be restored soon. However, if water is not able to be restored, we may have to have an early dismissal day. Parents/Guardians should stay tuned for additional messaging that would be forthcoming should an early dismissal need to occur. Thank you for working with us.
Don't forget that Monday, September 6th is a holiday for all staff and students in Lexington Three as the district observes Labor Day. Enjoy the long weekend!
We just published this year's first Panther Press newsletter! Click the link to view it! https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/1493203/August_23rd_Panther_Press.pdf
Lexington Three is beginning the dismissal process once again at all of our schools as of 4 pm. Thank you for your extreme understanding and patience this afternoon as we worked through several inclement weather situations. Remember--Buses will be running later than normal due to these dismissal delays and all afterschool activities/evening classes at the Lifelong Learning Center have been cancelled for today.
As we started dismissing students a little bit ago, another tornado warning was issued for our area. So we have once again halted dismissal at our schools. We apologize for the numerous phone calls/texts this afternoon but we are dealing with the weather on a minute-by-minute basis and are doing everything we can to ensure the safety of our students and staff. Thank you for your patience with us. We will update you once the warning has been lifted.
Lexington Three will now begin the dismissal process at our schools as the tornado warning has been lifted for our area. Please note that our buses will be running later than normal today due to the dismissal delays. All evening activities and classes at the Lifelong Learning Center are also cancelled for today.
Due to a tornado warning that has been issued for our area, Lexington Three will be holding students inside of our schools until it is safe to dismiss them. We will update parents/guardians once we begin the dismissal process. Stay safe!
On August 10, 2021, school officials, community leaders, and building project managers will convene at Batesburg-Leesville High School for a special groundbreaking ceremony to commemorate the start of several new construction projects at the school. The ceremony will begin at 5:30 pm and the public is invited to attend. Get more details here: https://www.lex3.org/article/503428
Congratulations to our Lifelong Learning Center! Staff members recently found out that they are being awarded Adult Education and Family Literacy Act grants for the next four year cycle. #lexington3istheplacetobe
Don't forget that this Wednesday, July 28th is our Free Meal Pick-Up Day. Families can drop by B-L Middle School between 9 am and 11 am to pick-up free meals. Meals will be dispersed near the back door of the cafeteria.