On Wednesday, December 5th, for the second year in a row, students at B-L Middle School had the opportunity to participate in mock interviews that were conducted by Lexington Three administrators and business representatives from Batesburg-Leesville and some surrounding communities.
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Junior and Senior students who purchased B-L High School class rings were able to participate in the second annual Ring Ceremony that took place on December 4th at the Lexington Three Fine Arts Center.
Law II students at B-L High School recently became the first students in Lexington School District Three to earn their Emergency Telecommunicator Certifications.
On Thursday, November 29th, a crew from KnowledgeWorks visited B-L Primary and B-L High Schools to capture footage and interviews pertaining to the schools’ personalized learning efforts.
On Thursday, November 29th, B-L Middle School hosted its annual STEAM night for students and their families. STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics.
It’s been more than eight months since B-L Elementary School was named Palmetto’s Finest, but the accolades continue for the school’s hardworking staff members as they had the privilege of serving as the Grand Marshal of the Batesburg-Leesville annual Christmas Parade on Sunday, December 2nd.
On Monday, November 19th, around 400 attendees flocked to B-L Primary School for their annual Family Literacy Night, which was themed around the book “Twas the Night Before Thanksgiving” by Dav Pilkey.
24 Batesburg-Leesville Elementary School students were recently selected by the school’s faculty members as displaying the character trait of “Respectfulness.”
With the holidays just around the corner, Lexington School District Three is looking for community members who would like to spread a little cheer to less fortunate children at B-L Primary and B-L Elementary Schools.