Sixth grade students at B-L Middle School recently had the opportunity to sample a variety of different novels courtesy of a Book Tasting that was sponsored by the school’s Media Center.
News & Announcements
Students in the Lexington County School District Three Mentoring Program now have the opportunity to participate in drum lessons thanks to a partnership with Christ Community Church in Leesville.
AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) students at B-L Middle School are changing the landscape of their school and learning new skills through an innovative community service initiative that began back in September.
Happy New Year Panther Pals and Reading Buddies! January is National Mentoring Month and January 17th is International Mentoring Day.
Seven students at B-L High School earned perfect scores on one of their end-of-course exams for the first semester.
Congratulations to Allison Cook and Wendi Miller on being nominated for the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.
All 29 students in Mrs. Lynette Paxton’s class at B-L Elementary School received a brand new pair of sneakers for Christmas thanks to generous financial contributions from classroom pen pals, school staff members, and local residents.
Lexington County School District Three is joining school districts across the state and nation to celebrate School Board Recognition Month all throughout January.
On Friday, December 21st students in grades 6 through 8 at B-L Middle School participated in the school’s annual AVID Career Day.
Our Panther Pals and their mentors really enjoyed themselves on December 9th at the St. John’s United Methodist Church “Santa’s Closet” event.