Lexington County School District One continues to provide high-quality education while working to keep our students, staff and their families safe.
As we enter another school year while dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, we remain steadfast in our goal to move “Onward As One” – knowing that students, staff, families and the community must work together to ensure that learning continues in the 2021–2022 school year.
This webpage will serve as a communication hub where you can find information we share throughout the year. We encourage you to check back often. You can also review our Safe Return to In-Person School and Continuity of Services Plan here.
To ask questions, please email email@example.com.
We believe that we should keep our internal and external public informed about the impact of COVID-19 on our schools and have created a dashboard which does that. The dashboard, which contains that important information, is updated no later than 12 p.m. each weekday. The student and staff active positive numbers are the number of students and staff with COVID-19. The number of students and staff excluded includes all individuals who exhibited COVID-19-like symptoms or who are on quarantine as close contacts, etc.
Beginning September 10, 2021 — If your student receives a positive test result for COVID-19 infection or is identified as a close or household contact of someone who tests positive for COVID-19, please complete this Google form to notify your school.
WHERE WE STAND WEDNESDAY
A PRESENTATION FROM ACCOUNTABILITY AND ASSESSMENT DIRECTOR, SHANE PHILLIPS, PH.D. AND NURSING AND HEALTH SERVICES DIRECTOR, AMY WOOD, RN
Presented at October 5, 2021 board meeting.
Presented at August 17, 2021 board meeting. Watch Nurse Wood’s full presentation regarding quarantines at this link.