Northside Middle will be hosting our Virtual Open House on Monday, September 28 from 6:00-7:00. More information to come on how to join each teacher's session through Google Meet. We hope you can attend.
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In the event of a positive COVID-19 case in our schools, we will follow these steps to communicate information
September 11-21, 2020
Parent or students may contact the desk by phone or email. We anticipate some delays during the first couple of weeks of school
Curbside meal service will be available for full-time Virtual Academy students, while hybrid students can take home meals for their remote learning days. Get the details here
Construction on the performing arts center could begin as soon as spring 2021, with completion estimated in late summer or fall 2023
This information, from CDC and DHEC recommendations, includes COVID-19 symptoms, immunizations and more
Read about new processes and procedures for bus riders, amid COVID-19
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
Some take-aways from LEAP week in our K-8 schools
Read a copy of our plan for reopening schools (English and Spanish language copies available with this story). More specific information and updates for families will be released in August, as we near our first day of the new school year on September 8
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
Applications will be accepted for students in Virtual Academy and hybrid/blended instruction plans
Matt Schilit's first teaching job was in Lexington Two. Now, he's heading back to the district to lead Northside. He will replace Mary Paige Damm, who is retiring.
Dr. Wade will serve as superintendent-elect until the retirement of Dr. William James Jr. at the end of the 2020-21 school year. Dr. Wade will begin his work in the district in August.
Visitors will be required to maintain social distancing and wear face coverings