Sunday, March 29th

Good afternoon Lexington Middle School Families,

I hope this phone call finds you and your family well during this time.  I am calling you today as a check-in to our families.  LMS teachers, leaders, and staff miss our students very much and can’t wait for the day when we get to see their smiling faces again.  Until then, I want you to know that our first priority is the safety and well being of our families.  So if there is anything we can do for you, please do not hesitate to reach out to us at 821-3700.  Even though we are closed we are checking voicemail Monday-Friday, and are always available via email if you need assistance.  With that being said, we are continuing to adjust what the eLearning experience looks for our students.  Our main focus so far has been to engage our students meaningful learning to continuing developing their literacy and numeracy skills.  That will continue to evolve as we stay closed at least through April.  You should hear more about the district’s Phase 2 eLearning expectations this week.  Lastly, I want you know to that as a principal, father, and human being I understand the struggles that have come from the current difficult circumstances with the COVID-19 pandemic.  My family is working through what this new reality is right now and the real struggle of working from home while trying to get my 9, 7, and 5 year old to engage in learning.  So my encouragement to you is be patient and try your best to embrace the time we have with our children.  I am attaching some resources at the bottom of this email about the Lexington One lunch drop-off that is available to all children under the age of 18, as long as they are present to pick it up.  Once again, we miss you families and hope to see you soon.   

Mr. Calhoun

Lexington One Food Program 

Grab & Go at Rosenwald Community Learning Center, 420 Hendrix St. Lexington, SC 29072

Bus Drop Off Lunch Schedule – 03-27-2020 Food Drop Off Points – LEXINGTON AREA.pdf 

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