COVID-19 Shutdown - March 24th Update


On Tuesday, March 24th, Governor Henry McMaster and State Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman announced that all schools in South Carolina will remain closed throughout the month of April in an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19, otherwise known as the Coronavirus. Below is an excerpt from their joint statement:


“At this time, students, parents, and families should plan for South Carolina’s schools to remain closed through the month of April. Our dedicated teachers and school administrators have done a tremendous job in making it possible for our students to learn at home. We understand that the prospect of schools remaining closed for an extended period of time places stress and strain on parents and children. Rest assured, if there is any way to safely open our schools earlier, we will do that, but schools must remain closed to protect the health and safety of South Carolinians.”


Lexington Three will continue to issue academic learning assignments and provide meals for students throughout the extended shutdown.  More information on these plans can be found by visiting and looking on the page dedicated to the COVID-19 shutdown.


Please note that Lexington Three will observe Spring Break during the week of April 6th through 10th.  During this week, no new academic assignments will be issued. However, our Student Feeding Program will continue to provide meals to children in the community.


Lexington Three administrators appreciate our stakeholders’ patience as we wade through these unchartered waters.  We know that these times are trying for everyone as we balance working and learning from home while carrying out new practices such as social distancing.  We thank you for placing your trust in us and for upholding the importance of continued education even in the midst of uncertain times. Please monitor your district email and all school communication methods (website, social media, etc.) for regular updates.  We cannot overstate the fact that Lexington Three’s top priority is and always will be the health and safety of our students, staff and families.  


Stay strong Panthers!