We know that many of you are concerned about what you have read or seen on social media and in the news about the 2019 Novel Coronavirus known as COVID-19 in the United States.
Our district continues to monitor the situation and work closely with the Centers for Disease Control, the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, the State Superintendent of Education and the Governor’s Office. They are providing us with information, recommendations and guidelines.
Superintendent Greg Little’s Updates
March 2, 2020 Letter from Superintendent Greg Little
March 9, 2020 Letter from Superintendent Greg Little
March 12, 2020 Letter from Superintendent Greg Little
March 15, 2020 Letter from Superintendent Greg Little
March 24, 2020 Letter from Superintendent Greg Little
April 20, 2020 A message from Dr. Greg Little — checking on you
May 5, 2020 A Letter to Seniors
Superintendent Greg Little’s Video Messages
March 15, 2020 Video from Superintendent Greg Little
March 17, 2020 Video from Superintendent Greg Little
March 19, 2020 Video Free Food Program Insures Children are Fed
March 27, 2020 #ReadOneEmpowerOne First Reading Challenge
April 27, 2020 Dr. Little reminds us to focus on hope
Free Food for Children
Complete list of bus drop-offs for food program for children
March 17, 2020 Lexington District One offers food program for children
March 18, 2020 Lexington District One adds bus drop-offs for food program for children
April 28, 2020 Lexington District One alters free food program for children
May 15, 2020 District announces altered food pick-up dates, sites
Other Important Information from Lexington District One
March 18, 2020 District closes all buildings to the public
April 29, 2020 Lexington District One finalizes end of year dates and deadlines
June 30, 2020 Lexington District One suspends face to face athletic workouts, academic camps
Questions about Distance and e-Learning Initiatives
Learn about the district’s e-Learning initiative (Grades 6–12)
G6–12 students, need technical help with device access, software or hardware?
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Other Parent and Staff Resources
Talking to Children about COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
Mayo Clinic’s What you should know about COVID-19
CNN’s Cluster, COVID-19 and all the coronavirus terms you need to know
How to Prepare to Work from Home on Short Notice
Support for Families Helping Students Learn at Home (S.C. Education Oversight Committee)
Safeguarding mental health during crisis
How long do Coronaviruses live on surfaces?
CNUSD School Counselors’ Virtual Calming Room
Free Resources to Keep Kids Learning Amid School Closures
Lexington County Public Library Resources
School at Home
Help, I Need a Library Card
Video Storytime with Miss Mindi & Miss Angie | Facebook
Free Online Family Resources
Khan Academy — A library of free online learning, lessons, and practice
Newsela — A free resource to engage students in reading at their level across many topics
FluencyandFitness — Essential K–2 Reading and Math topics while providing a movement break
Scholastic Learn At Home — Day to day interactive videos and stories
SAT Prep — Receive free, extra practice for SAT Prep
Free online learning subscriptions for all grade levels — Online educational resources
Storyline Online — A free online resource where books are read aloud to students
Preschool Circle Time — Preschool Circle Time Weekdays 11:00–11:30 a.m. EST
GreatBooks — Full books available online for all ages
PBS Learning Media — Lesson in all subjects for all ages
Empowering Students to Change Their World — The power of believing in yourself
How to Wash Your Hands WebMD
Wet your hands with water.
Lather your hands with soap.
Scrub for at least 20 seconds.
Rinse and dry.
When to Wash Your Hands WebMD
Before, during and after preparing food
Before you eat
After you use the bathroom (or help a toddler)
After petting your pet
When you sneeze
Anywhere and anytime germs may gather
For Our EmployeesInsurance Benefits
The PEBA portal for online access to your insurance benefits information.
This is where you can find anything about your current coverage including what coverage you have and who is covered.
Employees can initiate changes to coverage through MyBenefits like if they need to add a baby. They can also do this by reaching out to their Benefits Administrator.
The BlueCross BlueShield online portal.
It can be accessed online or through their app.
This is where someone can view their claim status/history and look up a provider.
You can view your health or dental cards through the app if you have misplaced them.
Employees who are already enrolled in Teladoc are now allowed to add dependents online. If the employee signed up, but didn’t add a spouse or child when they enrolled, but wants them to have the coverage they can do this online through the Teladoc website. It does not cost any more to add dependents. It is a flat $1 per pay period no matter who is covered.
The enrollment form is for any employee who isn’t already enrolled in that coverage, but wants it. For those, it will take a few days to get that coverage activated. You can add any dependents to coverage even if they don’t cover them on our insurance. You also do not have to be enrolled in our insurance to enroll in Teladoc. It can be added or dropped at any time.
Member Access is the PEBA Retirement online portal.
Employees can log in and view service credit, run benefit estimates, view beneficiary information, etc.
Questions about what different deductions are? Here are the directions on how to read your pay stub.
Your Benefits Administrators are still available to assist you and answer any questions you may have. Below is their contact information: