Families can request a change to their child's instructional model by sending an email request to VirtualAcademy@lex2.org between Monday, Nov. 23 and Friday, Dec. 11. Please be aware that this request does not guarantee placement in an instructional model. This will be the final time this school year that we will accept change requests. Requests will only be considered on a space-available basis.
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Send your email request to VirtualAcademy@lex2.org. Please be aware that a request does not guarantee placement in an instructional model. This is the final time this school year that we will accept change requests. Requests will only be considered on a space-available basis.
The check was distributed just before the Thanksgiving break in appreciation to employees during an unusually challenging year amid COVID-19
Curbside meal pickup will be available to any youth ages 18 and under, but meals must be ordered in advance at PayPams.com
Our superintendent shares highlights from the 2019-20 school year, including updates on construction projects and some of the year's academic highlights
All remaining elementary, middle and high school students return to five-day face-to-face instruction Dec. 2, following a successful transition of select groups Nov. 12. Read letters here sent to families by Superintendent Dr. Bill James Jr.
See the week's new cases, as reported by DHEC and our district, plus read protocols for the handling of positive COVID-19 cases in our schools
These resources for students and families can help with a range of issues, from Wi-Fi connections to software programs and more
Weekend meals are now offered through curbside pickup for full-time Virtual Academy and hybrid students. Meals must be pre-ordered in advance before pickup. Get the details here
Parents, we want to make you aware of a recent change to the district's attendance policy, plus the adoption of a new temporary policy for how attendance will be counted for hybrid and Virtual Academy students
Following guidelines from a number of sources, including the SC Department of Education, Lexington Two has adopted a temporary policy about face mask requirements for students, staff and visitors