Lexington-Richland School District Five is set to host its second district Magnet Fair on Thursday, January 4, 2023, providing families within the district a valuable opportunity to explore the diverse elementary magnet and choice offerings available at several schools. The in-person Magnet Fair will take place at the Center for
As the holiday season approaches, students at The Center for Advanced Technical Studies are preparing for their annual poinsettia sale, a vibrant showcase of the students’ agricultural prowess and dedication to supporting their educational endeavors. Growing Excellence in Agriculture Education In the heart of The Center, students in the Agricultural
We are thrilled to announce that Dutch Fork High School’s very own teacher, Ms. Holly Myers, and student, Stella Jones, have been honored as the Teacher and Student of the Month by the Irmo Chamber. Ms. Holly Myers: A Passionate Advocate for Inclusion Ms. Myers, who teaches our intellectually challenged
Lexington-Richland School District Five Adult Education Program was recognized by the South Carolina Office of Adult Education and earned the 2022-2023 English as a Second Language (ESL) Award. This award is presented to the top five ESL programs in the state with the highest aggregate average for academic growth. Upon
A Lexington-Richland School District Five educator has received the National Education Association (NEA) Foundation’s Award for Teaching Excellence. Peter Lauzon is a member of the South Carolina Education Association (SCEA) and was nominated for the award based on his leadership and excellence in education. He has been a STEM educator
Irmo Elementary hosted their annual Veterans Day Parade on November 10. Students and staff surrounded the car rider line to show appreciation to all who have served or are currently serving in the armed forces. This year there were more than 20 cars filled with family members or community members.
From the onset of the school year, H. E. Corley’s faculty and staff have been committed to ensuring that “Every Student Matters, Every Moment Counts.” School-wide events such as the Crocodile Countdown, Grandparent’s Breakfast, Pumpkin Walk, and Trunk or Treat have provided families and the community an opportunity to come
Several School District Five classrooms will soon benefit from grants provided by the Mid-Carolina Electric Cooperative (MCEC). The Cooperative’s annual Bright Ideas program grants provide funding to teachers who have demonstrated innovative ideas for classroom projects. School District Five received nearly $5,000 in grants. School District Five grant recipients include:
Two Lexington-Richland School District Five students have been named semifinalists for the 2024 class of the Coca-Cola Scholars Program, moving to the next round of the selection process to become Coca-Cola Scholars and receive a $20,000 college scholarship. Colby Braden (Chapin High School) and Andy Yang (Dutch Fork High) are
Irmo High School’s Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) and Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) students completed a successful collaboration with Brookdale Harbison Assisted Living. Together, they help to collect socks for the residents of Providence Home, a heartwarming initiative that exemplifies the spirit of community service.
By Lesli Reeves Loving and Growing our students is what we do at Irmo Middle School. Our afterschool program, The HIVE, is doing just that. Our mission at The HIVE (Hub for Interdisciplinary Values and Enrichment) is to foster a culture of innovation, inspire creative thinking and problem solving, and