As part of National Hispanic Heritage Month, the ESL (English as a Second Language) class at the Batesburg-Leesville Lifelong Learning Center hosted the second annual Hispanic Heritage Celebration.
News & Announcements
Twenty-six B-L Elementary School students were recently selected by the school’s faculty members as displaying the character trait of “Determination.”
Congratulations to members of the B-L High School Panther Band on their second place finish in the 1A State Finals on Saturday, October 27th.
48 students from B-L Middle School were inducted into the Junior Beta Club on Tuesday, October 23rd.
On Monday, October 22nd, first graders at B-L Primary School began receiving their very own Chromebooks, thus expanding Lexington Three’s 1:1 (one to one) Technology Initiative to include all children in the first through twelfth grades.
B-L Elementary School recently received a “Raising the Arts Academic Standard” grant in the amount of $18,000 from the South Carolina Department of Education. Art teacher Karen Wheeler and music teacher Kristin Pugh applied for the grant with the goal of improving the quality of the arts programs available to students at B-L Elementary School.
Members of the B-L Fire Department recently visited several of Lexington Three’s schools in an effort to educate students about the causes, dangers and prevention of fire.
National School Bus Safety Week ran from October 22nd through the 26th and this year’s theme was “My Driver - My Safety Hero.” The goal of the special week, which is always held during the third full week of October, is to serve as a reminder for students, parents, teachers and the community that school bus safety should always be kept in mind.
With picture perfect but crisp weather, the B-L Primary School annual Book Parade was held on Tuesday, October 23rd to the delight of parents, grandparents, siblings and other parade attendees.