Lexington School District Three Teacher of the Year Amy Bedenbaugh recently attended the South Carolina Teacher Forum Conference in Myrtle Beach.
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Students at B-L Elementary School came together during the holiday season to provide non-perishable food items to some of Lexington Three’s less fortunate children.
On Thursday, December 13th at 1 o’clock in the afternoon, State Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman along with administrators from Lexington County School District Three and Saluda County Schools gathered for a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the Innovation Collaboration Pilot Project that began between the school districts this year.
Friday, December 7th marked Arbor Day in South Carolina and students at B-L Elementary School were able to celebrate the special occasion with a tree planting done in their honor at the front of the school.
Four students from B-L High School were recently honored as the local winners of the Voice of Democracy contest that is sponsored by the VFW (Veterans of Foreign Wars).
December 3rd through 9th marked National Computer Science Education Week and as a result, students in classrooms across the state, nation and world participated in what is known as Hour of Code. During Hour of Code, students are exposed to a variety of coding activities designed to engage novice coders, as well as advanced coders, thus demonstrating that anybody can learn coding basics and encouraging greater participation in the field of computer science.
On Friday, December 7th, students at B-L Middle School had the opportunity to take a seat on The Choice Bus, which is a mobile, experience-based learning tool that is designed to demonstrate the importance of receiving an education and the potential consequences associated with dropping out of school.
Cheryl Burgess, a member of the Lexington School District Three Board of Trustees, was elected vice president of the South Carolina School Boards Association (SCSBA) during the association’s annual Delegate Assembly on Saturday, December 8.
22 Batesburg-Leesville Elementary School students were recently selected by the school’s faculty members for displaying the character trait of “Honesty.”