Lexington-Richland School District Five principal Dr. Erin Doty has been selected to participate in leadership training. Doty is the principal at CrossRoads Intermediate School and is part of the South Carolina School Leadership Executive Institute (SLEI) cohort 51. SLEI has a unique partnership with Truist Leadership Institute designed to equipContinue Reading

Lexington-Richland School District Five’s Coordinator of Youth and Family Services, Davida Price, has been selected to participate in two leadership institutes. Price has been selected to participate in the Fred Sheheen Non-profit Leadership Institute and SC Education Policy Fellows Program. “It is truly an honor to be recognized by theContinue Reading

On September 8, Harbison West Elementary School welcomed more than 250 grandparents to campus to have lunch with their students. While on campus the grandparents were served a hot meal that included chicken, macaroni and cheese, green beans, and peach cobbler. Having an opportunity to have grandparents on campus isContinue Reading

Harbison West Elementary School is featured this month in a national publication celebrating the school’s success in math increases for students. The district has partnered with DreamBox Learning, an educational technology provider, to bring about a change in the way students engage with math, bridging the gap between personalized digitalContinue Reading

Spring Hill High School Career Pathways Magnet has received national recertification by Magnet Schools of America (MSA), the national association for magnet and theme-based schools. Spring Hill High School Career Pathways Magnet has achieved recertification and has been recognized as a Demonstration School. Nationally certified magnet schools provide high-quality, innovativeContinue Reading

On August 21, The School District Five Board of Trustees honored the Irmo Little League Seniors All-Star Team for a great season and representing the Southeast Region at the national tournament. The School District Five Board of Trustees also honored the District’s Finance department for earning 2 awards from theContinue Reading

Lexington Richland District Five schools held their annual school year kick-off on Friday, August 11 at Irmo High School. All the district schools were represented along with their teachers and staff and awards were presented for 2023-24 Employee of the Year, Elizabeth Balog of Harbison West Elementary; District Teacher ofContinue Reading

The Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) chapter at Irmo High School traveled to Denver, Colorado, from July 2, 2023, through July 7, 2023, to compete at the National Leadership Conference. Irmo High School student Chai’Ane Woolley represented School District Five at the conference. Woolley competed in theContinue Reading

School District Five wrapped up its Summer Reading Camp with a special celebration. It included presentations of reading and writing from students and student reflections during the five-week camp. Each child also received a new book bag and books.Continue Reading