Online Registration Information
2022-2023 School Year
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Note From Principal Graham
To get ready for the online registration process, you will need the following items to upload:
- Current email address
- Current utility bill/statement, lease/mortgage statement, or property tax statement showing parent’s name and home address within the district for proof of residency
- Parent’s South Carolina driver’s license or other state or federal photo identification
- Completed South Carolina Certificate of Immunization only if you are a new Lexington District One student or have been notified by your school nurse of necessary immunizations.
Look for an email next week from the school district to let you know that online registration has opened.
What is the Difference Between Enrollment and Registration?
A common question we get is what is the difference between enrollment and registration? Great question and we want to provide clarification.
Enrollment - Families new to the Oak Grove attendance area complete the enrollment process online to have their child become a student at OGE. Enrollment is done one time only.
Registration - Registration is done every summer online to pay school fees, fill out needed forms, put lunch money on student's account, complete bus forms, etc. Everyone will do registration every summer, generally in late July, including brand new students. Registration is to be completed before the first day of school.
Kindergarten Enrolling Now
Enrollment for 5-year-old kindergarten is still open. Families may enroll new students online using the following links.
- If your child turns 5 years old by Sept. 1, 2022, your child is eligible for 5-year-old kindergarten.
- If you do not know which school your child is zoned for, go to the “School Locator” and fill out your information.
New Student Enrollment - Grades 1-5
Parents of students new to Lexington School District One can enroll their students online by clicking on the following links:
Please note that this is the initial enrollment process. You will need to create a Powerschool Parent Portal and complete the registration process as well.
In order to enroll your child, you will need the following documentation:
your child’s birth certificate
- a completed South Carolina Certificate of Immunization
- proof of residency within the school’s zone. https://app.guidek12.com/lexington1sc/school_search/current/
For proof of residency, you will need a current utility bill/statement (for example, electric or water) showing your name and home address within the OGE attendance zone and your South Carolina driver’s license or other state or federal photograph identification.
If you are unable to produce any of the documents listed above, please contact the school or the Office of Student Services at 803-821-1029 to discuss alternative documentation that may be acceptable. Documentation may be uploaded online using the links above or may be brought to the school in person.
REGISTRATION OPENS NEXT WEEK
Have You Created Your Powerschool Parent Portal Account?
- If you have not already created a Lexington County School District One PowerSchool Parent Portal Account, just follow these steps.
- You will need a PowerSchool Parent Access ID and Password. You should have received the ID and Password in an email. If you did not, please call the front office at (803) 821-0100 for this information.
- Once you have a Parent Access ID and Password for each of your children, click here and go to the “Create Account” link.
- Use the same email address for this account as the email address you originally provided to your child’s school.
Registration opens next week and will need be completed and fees paid before August 16.
Registration will be done through your Powerschool Parent Portal.
Items You Will Need To Upload
While completing the online registration, you will be asked for the following documentation. Please take a picture and upload when prompted.
Proof of Residency - Your June or July power or water bill
Driver's License or other state-issued identification cards
Immunizations and other Medical Documents, etc.
Online Registration Help Day- August 4th
For two years, public schools across the country, including Lexington District One, provided no-cost breakfast and lunch meals to all students thanks to waivers through the United States Department of Agriculture associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. This federal funding and waiver system expired on June 30, 2022, and Congress did not extend the program.
Therefore, students will be required to begin paying for meals again when school begins in August, unless they qualify for the Free and Reduced Meals Program.
If you believe that you might qualify for free or reduced meals, you MUST complete this online application. The online applications is now open.
We encourage families to complete the meal benefit application as soon as possible to ensure their student is able to enjoy low-cost, nutritious meals when school starts in August.
For families who do not qualify for free or reduced meals, meal prices for next school year (2022–23) are listed below:
Employees and Visitors: $4.50
Employees and Visitors: $2.90
Thank you for your understanding as we adjust our program based on federal guidelines. If you have any questions, please contact Ashley Summers at 803-821-1231.
This link is for families needing financial assistance with lunch costs. Once you have received approval letter/email from Lexington One Food Services, please provide that letter to the front office to waive/reduce school fees.
Important Bus Rider Information
If you would like your student(s) to ride the bus this year, you must complete the transportation registration form found in the PowerSchool Parent Portal.
If you have already created a Parent Portal account, skip to Step 2 ( https://lexington1.powerschool.com/public). If you do not already have a Parent Portal account, contact Shelley Lauth at (803) 821-0104 for assistance.
You must complete a form for each child if you have more than one student.
The transportation department uses this registration information to create the bus routes for this school year.
If your transportation needs changing, or if you move, between now and the start of school in August, please contact your area transportation supervisor to make the change.
Lexington County School District One’s Nondiscrimination Statement
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Lexington County School District One is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination and equal opportunity for all students, parents/legal guardians, staff, visitors, personnel and community members who participate or seek to participate in its programs or activities. Therefore, the district does not discriminate against any individual on the basis of race, religion, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth or any related medical conditions), color, disability, age, genetic information, national origin or any other applicable status protected by local, state or federal law.
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