Wildcat Daily Announcements

Tuesday, November 10, 2020


You should have already made your appointment so come on your designated date and time.

1. Pictures will be taken at the LOPAC - do NOT come to the Main Office.
2. Boys need to wear a white collared button down shirt.
3. Girls need to wear a tank/spaghetti strap top so it is easy to put the drape on.
4. Wear a mask and social distance.

Report Card Distribution

Report Cards go out on Thursday, November 12 to BB Cohort and on Monday, November 16 to AA Cohort. LOOLA students will receive their report cards by mail. Parents can always check PowerSchool for the most up-to-date grades and attendance.

Interested in Track?

If anyone is interested in trying out for the LHS Track team, please email Coach Graham. His email is tgraham@lexington1.net


Linking Lexington District One is a community-wide event to raise money for the local charity Cancer of Many Colors. The purpose of this project is to provide financial aid to cancer patients and their families. To support this event, you can purchase masks for $7, gaiters for $10, or links with a loved one's name for $1. Stop by Mrs. Cromer or Mrs. Bonnette's rooms on Dhall.

Health Professions Week - November 14 - 19

Interested in Health Care? Click here to participate in a virtual career fair.

Miss Wildcat 2021

The Lexington Wildcat Athletic Booster Club would like to announce the official dates for signup for students interested in participating in the Miss Wildcat 2021 pageant. For those students interested in pageant participation, you must sign-up in the Main Office to express your desire to compete in the pageant this year.

The dates for signup are Monday, October 26 through Friday, November 13.

To participate, contestants must be a full-time student (cannot graduate December 2020) and have no out-of-school suspensions during the current school year.

Sign up sheets are in the Main Office. More information will follow regarding parent/contestant meeting date and time after initial contestant signup.

LHS Talent Show

Great News!!! We are having a Talent Show - a VIRTUAL Talent Show! We will hold VIRTUAL auditions. This audition must be what you plan to do for the actual Talent Show and should be no longer than 4 minutes. If you would like to audition, email your video audition to ldellinger@lexington1.net by Wednesday, November 11.

The Talent Show this year will be shown during EMPOWER and students will vote on a People's Choice Award. We will also have a judge's winner and possibly 2nd place and 3rd place. We hope you will participate so that we can show our community that Lexington's Got TALENT!

Drivers Permit Test

Click here to sign up for the Drivers Permit Test - 3:30 p.m. in the Little Theater

Tuesday, November 10 for Cohort A students.

Wednesday, November 11 for Cohort B students.

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FAFSA Help Sessions via Zoom

A step by step guide to completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) led by Mike Fox and Gerrick Hampton. Click on the link below.

Once you submit your FAFSA don't forget to submit your information for the College Board Opportunity Scholarship! They are awarding money just for doing the things you need to do during your senior year! https://opportunity.collegeboard.org/

Need $$ for College?

Register now for a free webinar: Scholarships: Finding Free Money for College

Wednesday, November 11 | 1 - 2 p.m. ET

Thursday, November 12 | 8 - 9 p.m. ET

Space is limited, so please register early!

Our free Scholarship Search connects students to scholarship opportunities based on their hobbies and interests. The database now has over 6 million scholarships worth up to $30 billion in free money for college.

Plus, when students register, they can enter for a chance to win our monthly sweepstakes. To celebrate National Scholarship Month, we’ve upped the $1,000 prize to $10,000 during the month of November.1

In addition, The Sallie Mae Fund, in partnership with The Thurgood Marshall College Fund, will provide a total of $3 million in scholarships over the next three years to help minority students and other historically underserved communities access higher education and complete their postsecondary education programs. Stay tuned to learn more about the program and how students can apply in early 2021.

What is a Micro-Scholarship?

A micro-scholarship is an amount of money that students are eligible to earn based on individual achievements throughout 9th - 12th grade. They are awarded by colleges and universities who partner with www.Raiseme.com Enter your grades each semester, and all activities, jobs, and volunteering and watch the money add up! Follow those schools offering you money by their deadline!

Free Math Tutoring

FREE, student led math tutoring will be offered in room A111, from 3:30 - 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Students should arrange for their own transportation after tutoring is over. Those wishing to get help, need not stay the entire hour, but must exit the building when they are no longer interested in working.

Students wishing to attend should engage with their math teachers and let them know they will be attending, and seek advice on what should be accomplished during the help session. Space will be limited due to the size of the A111. It is very much appreciated when math teachers, students or parents email Ms. Klopfer to let confirm attendance prior to arrival. We don't want to turn anyone away due to space.

Poetry Out Loud!

The SC Arts Commission is excited to offer students the opportunity to participate in Poetry Out Loud SC.

Want to participate?

Poetry Out Loud

Lexington High School FIT Program

The Lexington High School FIT Program (Food Improving Thinking) consists of providing nutritious food during the weekends and holidays when students who need meals may be left without an adequate supply of nutritious food.

The program provides individually packed food items that students can prepare by themselves. Seasonal fruit may be included. Bags of food will be delivered in a discreet manner once a week, for now on Tuesdays and Thursdays, then on Fridays throughout the normal school year. Anonymity will be assured. If you have questions, please contact Mrs. Bausch at abausch@lexington1.net in room F109. HTTPS://FORMS.GLE/OSEGHADKMGZVRDQX6

Order your FREE school take home breakfast and lunch!

Cohort A order your take home breakfast and lunch here.

Cohort B order your take home breakfast and lunch here.

Virtual Calming Room - Check-it Out!

The Virtual Calming Room is a place for students, families and staff to find strategies for managing emotions and feelings in positive ways while building resilience. Sometimes, life gets challenging and overwhelming. We can feel stressed with life’s events, both big and small. The Virtual Calming Room provides resources and tools to help you find new ways to manage life, explore new problem solving opportunities and develop coping skills. Enjoy and take some time for yourself.

Interested in visiting College or University?

Check out this newsletter for more information.
Have questions? Check with the Counseling Department.

ZOOM Meetings

Friday, November 13

Missouri State, 11 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Savannah College of Art and Design, 1 - 2 p.m.

Lincoln Tech of Nashville, Tennessee from 2 – 3 p.m.

Link for College Visits and Open Houses


Coolidge Scholarship

Calvin Coolidge Presidential Foundation

Any high school junior who plans to enroll in college in the fall of 2022 and is an American citizen or legal permanent resident is eligible to apply. Coolidge Scholars are selected primarily on academic excellence. They must also be interested in public policy. The winner of the Coolidge Scholarship will receive a full-ride scholarship to any accredited U.S. college or university. More information, including the application, is available


The deadline for this scholarship is January 20, 2021.

Students are encouraged to start the application process early.

Looking for a job?

If you are looking for a job, please click here to check out the Job Board - this will be updated as new jobs are offered. Save the link and refer to it for future use.

Hiring Part-time Servers

Deepwood Estates - 203 Old Chapin Road, Lexington - 803-996-3301 call if interested

Pay starts at $8 an hour and the age requirement is 15 and above.

No previous experience needed. Job description: Deliver meals to resident apartments and return to collect reusable containers. Serve senior adults meals in the dining room, reset tables for the next meal, bus tables after meal and restock condiments.

McDonald's is Hiring!

Join the Crew across from LHS at the Charter Oak Location.

See a day in the life of a crew team member at McDonald's


November Career Development Activities/Calendars

Click here to view the November Career Development Newsletter.

Sign Up for ASVAB

The ASVAB test (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) will be administered on Friday, November 13, 9 a.m. at LHS and is available to students in the 10th, 11th, and 12th grade.

ASVAB scores are used to determine if you are qualified to enlist in the military and to assign you to an appropriate job in the military. The ASVAB is also a great career exploration tool.

Taking the test does not obligate you, or register you for military service.

Students can sign up for the ASVAB by emailing Mr. Magyar or Mrs. Augsburger.

Here are two links to help study for the ASVAB - Uniontestprep.com AND 4test.com

LHS Athletics


JV and Varsity Girls Basketball@ Westwood (scrimmage), 6:30 p.m.


Varsity Football hosts Spring Valley, 7:30 p.m.

JV and Varsity Cheer @ Lake Murray Invitational (Irmo High School)


JV and Varsity Cheer @ AC Flora

Upcoming Events

November 12 - Report Cards Issued to Cohort B Students

November 13 - Report Cards Mailed to LOOLA Students

November 16 - Report Cards Issued to Cohort A Students

November 23 - 24 - Virtual Learning Days - only teachers and staff on campus

November 25 - 27 - Thanksgiving Break - No School for Students and Staff

December 14 - EOC Testing - English Writing

December 21 - 22 - Virtual Learning Days - only teachers and staff on campus

January 4 - EOC Testing - English Reading

January 5 - EOC Testing - US History

January 6 - EOC Testing - Biology

January 7 - EOC Testing - Algebra

    Please note that due to the public health emergency brought by COVID-19 and the continuing uncertainty regarding the virus’s impact upon district and school operations for the 2020–2021 school year, it may be necessary for the district to alter, amend or otherwise modify the information contained in this document throughout the year.

    The district reserves the right to make any necessary changes to the contents of this document, consistent with amendments or revisions to policy or administrative rules, which may be required or occur as a result of changes brought about because of COVID-19. The district will also make reasonable efforts to inform you in a timely manner of any material changes made to any calendar, plan, policy or protocol listed in this document.

Lexington County School District One does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability or age in admission to, access to, treatment in or employment in its programs and activities. The following people have been designated to handle inquiries or complaints. The Chief Human Resources Officer handles inquiries/complaints regarding Title IX. The Director of Middle Schools handles inquiries/complaints regarding Section 504. The Mathematics Coordinator handles inquiries/complaints regarding Title II. Contact these people if you have questions regarding these issues at 100 Tarrar Springs Road, Lexington, SC 29072 and telephone number (803) 821-1000.