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Other NewsMay 21, 2013 by WLTX.com
(WLTX) --- After leading Lexington to its first state title since 1999, head coach Brian Hucks has been named the Coach of the Year for all classifications by the SC High School Baseball Coaches Association. Lexington catcher Nick Ciuffo was named the ...May 21, 2013 by Abccolumbia.com
LEXINGTON, S.C. (LHS) -- Lexington head baseball coach Brian Hucks has been named the 2013 South Carolina High School Baseball Coach of the Year for all classifications, while senior catcher Nick Ciuffo has been named the South Carolina AAAA State ...May 17, 2013 by Patch.com
Orginal story: The Lexington Wildcats and the Irmo Yellow Jackets will compete for the 4A soccer state championship title Saturday. The two teams meet at 6 p.m. at Gilbert High School. The Wildcats claimed the Lower State Championship Tuesday night ...May 14, 2013 by Patch.com
The White Knoll High Archery Team placed second in state at the 2013 South Carolina Archery in the Schools State Championship Tournament. After placing second in state at the tournament in March, the team traveled to Louisville, Kentucky to participate in ...May 13, 2013 by Abccolumbia.com
Lexington, S.C. (LHS) -- Lefty Josh Reagan pitched a four-hitter and Brandon Camp and Ryan Brown added two hits each that helped top-ranked Lexington to a 5-2 win over 3rd-ranked Blythewood in the opening game of the AAAA best-of-three high school ...May 11, 2013 by Patch.com
new_asset_attachment_attributes. The Lexington High School boys track team captured second place in Class 4A at the 2013 Track & Field State Championships held at Lower Richland High Saturday. They finished with 50 points, just behind Spring Valley.May 10, 2013 by Patch.com
The Economics team, which includes Lexington High students Brian Farchione, Annie Hu, Angella Jiang and White Knoll student Alfred Wong, won the S.C. State Economics Challenge on May 4 at the Darla Moore School of Business located at the University ...May 10, 2013 by Patch.com
The White House Commission on Presidential Scholars selected Lexington High student Carsten Bryant as a 2013 United States Presidential Scholar. Bryant was chosen from ... As the only male winner in South Carolina, he will represent the state at the 2013 Presidential Program Scholars Ceremony in Washington, D.C., on June 16. As an honoree, he will receive a Presidential Scholar Medallion. The program recognizes 141 high school seniors for their accomplishments in academics or the arts. Students are ...May 10, 2013 by Patch.com
article[new_asset_attachment_attributes][user_id]. new_asset_attachment_attributes. The boys tennis season came to an end for the Lexington High School Wildcats when they fell to the South Aiken Thoroughbreds, 4-2 on Thursday. South Aiken will move ...May 8, 2013 by Patch.com
His duties have included High Schools That Work site coordinator, School of Business and Information Systems supervisor, math department supervisor, bus coordinator, textbook coordinator and first point of contact administrator. ... He is a member of the South Carolina Association of School Administrators and ASCD (formerly the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development) and has served as youth coach for the Mt. Pleasant Recreation Department for five years. Submitted by Lexington One. Related ...May 8, 2013 by The Augusta Chronicle
CHAPIN, S.C. — A Chapin High School teacher removed from the classroom when he stomped on an American flag while discussing freedom is being paid $85,000 to avoid a legal challenge. The State newspaper obtained documents under the Freedom of Information Act that show Scott Compton is being paid the settlement by Lexington-Richland District 5, in addition to his salary through June 7. The school district would not disclose his salary. Teachers with his 12 years of experience are paid between $43,000 ...May 7, 2013 by WLTX.com
Lexington, SC (WLTX) --- After three years at Dreher High School, former Pelion standout Josh Stepp has taken on another challenge as the new head football coach at athletics director at Lexington High School. Stepp comes to Lexington after three years as ...May 7, 2013 by Christian Post
Christian PostA South Carolina high school will be paying an $85,000 settlement to a former teacher who was removed from the classroom after stomping on a U.S. flag as part of a lesson on freedom. "Prior to his resignation, attorneys for Mr. Compton informed district attorneys that he had prepared a complaint for filing in federal court," said Lexington-Richland District 5 spokesman Mark Bounds, according to The State. Chapin High School teacher Scott Compton is also going to be receiving his salary through to June 7, and the ...May 7, 2013 by Personal Liberty Digest
CHAPIN, S.C., (UPI) – A South Carolina school district said it agreed to pay $85,000 to a former high school English teacher who resigned after stomping on a U.S. flag during class. The settlement was paid to Scott Compton in order to avoid a legal challenge to the Lexington-Richland 5 district firing the teacher in January after the December flag-stomping incident, The State of Columbia, S.C., reported Monday. “Based on financial considerations related to anticipated legal fees to defend such a suit, the insurer made ...May 7, 2013 by WLTX.com
WLTX.comChapin, SC (WLTX) - Lexington-Richland School District Five has reached a settlement with a teacher who stomped on an American flag during a class lesson. The district entered into the legal agreement with Scott Compton, a teacher at Chapin High School.News headlines by Google News