1. Haley knows that our district has spent millions building a new high school will low enrollment and buying properties we don’t need, while our older schools need millions in repairs. Her opponent is supported by the leaders and developers who made those decisions. (See “Fiscal Responsibility” at https://www.haleygriggsford5.com/issues 2.
Haley brings a component to our district that is highly beneficial in our current climate and fills a need on our board. Her medical education and background are essential to advocate for the best interests of our children. Her dedication to liberty and the protection of our constitutional republic is
By Al Dozier Three candidates are seeking a seat on the Lexington-Richland School District 5 school board in a special election scheduled for Oct. 12. Nurse practitioner Haley Griggs, financial consultant Jeff Herring, and Dutch Fork Middle School improvement council member Tifani Moore are in the race for the Richland
By Al Dozier Students in Lexington-Richland District 5 will no longer be required to wear face masks in school. In response to increasing pressure from parents throughout the district, the board voted to drop the mask requirement beginning May 10. Students will still have the option to wear masks if
By Al Dozier It took three school closings, numerous classroom staff absences, widespread protests and two special-called board meetings before Lexington-Richland District 5 finally decided on a scaled-down reentry plan to deal with the coronavirus pandemic. Students in grades 7-12 were officially scheduled to temporarily return to a two-day per
By Al Dozier A new school board with a different perspective took office in Lexington-Richland District 5 Monday after voters earlier this month voted out two incumbents and elected three newcomers. The board was often divided by a 4-3 vote in meetings frequently marked by disagreement. But Monday’s actions showed
By Al Dozier The Lexington-Richland District 5 School Board Monday considered changes in daily school operations in an effort to adapt to the coronavirus threat as schools prepare to reopen. The district announced July 23 it will be offering a temporary “hybrid” model when schools open, which provides a blend