Lexington Three Teachers Honored As Part of Teacher Appreciation Week

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.


Celebrations were held at each school throughout the week and included daily treats such as ice cream socials, duty-free lunches, drawings for prizes and gift certificates, and snack bars, just to name a few of the special events.  


Lexington Three would like to thank the following local businesses, organizations and community members for donating prizes to our teacher celebrations:  Wendy Zwart,
Sweet Simplicity, Zena’s Salon, Main Street Hair Salon, AJ Austin, Shear Pleasure Salon, Kloth, Unique Image Salon, Ace Hardware, Economy Furniture, Peaches-n-Such, Alyssa Wingard, Rush Clothing Company, Batesburg Insurance Agency, Judy Turner Fox, Jeni Hand Photography, Faith-Full Cafe, Primitive Peace, Shealy’s BBQ, The Attic, LaBell’s, Haley Bee Boutique, Juniper Restaurant, Monogram Manor, Southern Charm Salon, Purple Peacock Boutique, Price’s Metal Shop, Oswald Lumber, John Gray Events, Michael’s Computer Repair, B-L Leisure Center, Wiz’s Eatery, iCrave Cafe, Morgan’s Pharmacy, HEbrews Cafe, Chinaberry Soaps, Titan Farms, Double A Farms, Stacey Westberry (C&K Designs), Southern Blu Boutique, Sand-n-Sun, Ponderosa Country Club, Preston Thorne, Langston Moore, Spirit of Lake Murray, B-L Rentals & Inflatables, Ridge Custom Homes, Randall’s Produce, Terra Kotta Farms, Shoot for a Celebration, Laura Add (Thirty-One and Premier Jewelry), Cambey Reep (Rodan & Fields), EXIT Realty (Andrea Kelly), BeautyCounter, Kristen Faye Photography, Mad Dog Mobile Detailing, Fig & Sparrow, Southern Roots Salon & Spa, Wade’s Lazerwerkz, Kattie’s Canuckery, Tumblers by Design, Sonya Cary and Strong Body Fitness.


In addition, the district set up an online form that was promoted through social media that allowed community members to send a note of thanks to a Lexington Three teacher who had made a difference in their lives.  These notes were then sent to the teacher recipients with the hopes of brightening their day and letting them know the impact and magnitude of their work.