School District Five is committed to communicating the latest updates and information regarding school closures, distance learning and feeding sites.  Please read the information below regardingContinue Reading

Students in Lexington-Richland School District Five have some new books to read thanks to a generous donation from the United Way of the Midlands. StaffContinue Reading

Since schools were closed by executive order of the governor on March 15 in response to coronavirus, School District Five has provided free pickup ofContinue Reading

Schools and offices in Lexington-Richland School District Five may be closed under executive order of the governor because of the coronavirus pandemic, but the missionContinue Reading

District Five is doing its part to #flattenthecurve. The district will change the number of days it will open its feeding sites, while still providing aContinue Reading

Spring Hill High School’s DECA chapter along with Dutch Fork High School’s DECA chapter earned awards, and leadership positions. Sherry Stone, who leads Spring Hill’sContinue Reading

Distance Learning Students in grades 6 through 12 were offered district-issued Chromebooks at the start of the school year, and teachers will send review materialsContinue Reading

Julie Krusen, biomedical sciences instructor at The Center for Advanced Technical Studies (The Center) in Lexington-Richland School District Five, has been named the 2020 SouthContinue Reading