2020-2021 KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION OPEN

2020-2021 KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION OPEN
2020-2021 KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION OPEN
Happy New Year 2020 -2021
South Lexington School at 1000 Cotton Grove Road, Lexington, NC  is now registering kindergarten students for the 2020/2021 school year. 
In order to attend kindergarten your child must be 5 years old on or before August 31, 2020 and live within the city limits of Lexington.
Registration Packets can be picked up at the school Monday -Thursday between the hours of 8am and 5pm. 
Prior to your child starting school  we will need the following:
* a copy of your child's birth certificate
* current health assessment dated on or after 8/17/2019
* current copy of your child's immunization record
* two proofs of your address
* Parent/Guardian registering child needs to bring a photo ID
You may start the registration process by emailing  the following information to jlbarker@lexcs.org
Child's full Name
Child's Address
Child's Date of Birth
Parent/Guardian's Name
Telephone number to get in touch with the parent/guardian
Once this information is received and processed someone from South Lexington will call you in  regards to the completion of the enrollment process.
If you have any questions please call the school at 336-242-1544 

Sharolyn Harry

Principal

South Lexington Elementary

1000 Cotton Grove Road

Lexington NC 27292

Phone: 336-242-1544

Fax: 336-242-1245

"If I cannot do great things, I can do small things in a great way." ~ Dr. Martin Luther King


 

Ms. Julia VanAnda - South Lexington

Ms. VanAnda came on the scene this summer full throttle to serve our students with disabilities and has yet to stop. This young lady conquered a classroom that was overrun with materials and transformed a space that would fit her picture of the perfect learning environment. Ms. VanAnda continues to create and execute that which is best for the learners within her classroom. Her instructional assistants enhance and support learning for all students. There truly is a love of service for our children as they learn life skills and work toward their instructional goals. Ms. VanAnda thank you for being in the education profession but more importantly thank you for having the heart to serve.