Requests to change instructional models will be accepted Nov. 23-Dec. 11

Families can request a change to their child's instructional model by sending an email request to VirtualAcademy@lex2.org between Monday, Nov. 23 and Friday, Dec. 11. Please be aware that this request does not guarantee placement in an instructional model. This will be the final time this school year that we will accept change requests. Requests will only be considered on a space-available basis.

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Requests to change instructional models will be accepted Nov. 23-Dec. 11

Families can request a change to their child's instructional model by sending an email request to VirtualAcademy@lex2.org between Monday, Nov. 23 and Friday, Dec. 11. Please be aware that this request does not guarantee placement in an instructional model. This will be the final time this school year that we will accept change requests. Requests will only be considered on a space-available basis.
Requests will be accepted Nov. 23-Dec. 11

WATCH: 2019-20 Report to the People

Our superintendent shares highlights from the 2019-20 school year, including updates on construction projects and some of the year's academic highlights
Report to the People

Changes to Attendance Policy for 2020-2021

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
Updated attendance policy

District adopts guidelines for face masks

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
The district has adopted a temporary mask policy
C.R. Hall

Principal's Message

The first half of the school year just flew by in the blink of an eye.  We are proud of the progress we have made so far.
 
Many students have restored themselves and are eligible to return to their home schools.  We are so excited for their success and cannot wait to see what remarkable young adults they will become.
 
The high school students continue to work with the Master Gardeners of Cayce to develop the courtyard behind their classrooms.  The students are working together and have turned the space into a usable outdoor classroom.
 
We are always on the move at New Bridge Academy.  Be sure to follow us on Twitter @NewBridge2325 to keep up with the great things we are doing.
 
We look forward to our continued partnership with our students, parents, and community this year!
 
C.R. Hall
Principal  

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