Lexington Two schools marked Earth Day on Thursday with a number of activities spanning math, science, art, and other subjects. West Columbia Public Works Director Jamie Hook spoke to Riverbank Elementary students about the City of West Columbia’s Recycling program. It is designed to decrease the amount of waste put […]
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Dawn Kujawa, Lexington Two Communications– Lexington Two had a strong finish to its archery season, with both individual and team recognitions at the National Archery in Schools Program (NASP) Virtual State Championship. Elizabeth Pittman, an eighth-grader at Busbee Creative Arts Academy, finished third in the State Championship. She came in […]
From Dawn Kujawa – Lexington Two Communications – Forty-one Lexington Two students are being honored as 2020-21 Myrdis Walker Scholars. The district program, established in 1990, recognizes African-American students in eighth through 12th grades who have demonstrated academic excellence. It is named for Myrdis Walker, who taught for many years […]
Elizabeth Pittman was recognized by the West Columbia City Council Tuesday. Pittman, an eighth-grade student at Busbee Creative Arts Academy in Cayce, is ranked third in the nation among middle school girls in archery.She has won medals and many of the competitions throughout the year. Elizabeth is one of the […]
The Busbee Creative Arts Academy Basketball Team played in the PAC Middle School Championship game, Saturday. The Bulldogs faced perennial middle school powerhouse Dutch Fork. Busbee, which is in Cayce, fell short of a win in the final, but represented The Academy with great pride and brought home the runner-up […]
Archer Elizabeth Pittman, an eighth-grade student at Busbee Creative Arts Academy in Cayce, is ranked third in the nation among middle school girls.Elizabeth has won medals and many of the competitions throughout the year. She is one of the top middle school archers the state.
Thirteen Lexington Two middle school students have been named South Carolina Junior Scholars. The program, developed by the state Department of Education, identifies eighth-graders with high scholastic achievement and intellectual ability through testing and other criteria, offering summer opportunities through South Carolina colleges and universities, according to the department website. […]