Superintendent-Elect Dr. Nicolas Wade invites parents, community members to take the survey. He will share results during a virtual meeting on Thursday, Oct. 29
Riverbank Elementary Home
Phased-in approach will begin with select groups of students Nov. 12, provided Lexington County's rating on SC DHEC’s Recent Disease Activity report moves to moderate to low
Our one-stop-shop Technology Help Desk is available for parents/guardians and students who are having technology issues
Information for students to join the scouting program.
Find cases in Lexington Two schools, as reported by DHEC and the district, plus read about the steps we take in the event of a positive COVID-19 case in our schools
Construction on the performing arts center could begin as soon as spring 2021, with completion estimated in late summer or fall 2023
This information, from CDC and DHEC recommendations, includes COVID-19 symptoms, immunizations and more
School hours and procedures for drop off and pick up of students have changed. Click the title above for full details.
Breakfast and lunch information
This welcome back video details expectations when parents and students enter Riverbank Elementary.
The Riverbank Elementary Administration Team welcomes students and families back to school for the 2020-21 school year and introduces themselves.
The five (really, just four!) most common questions being asked by parents are answered by Mr. Sims, Principal.
Social Media outlets for Virtual Students
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
Weekend meals are offered through curbside pickup for full-time Virtual Academy and hybrid students. Meals must be pre-ordered in advance before pickup. Get the details here
Some take-aways from LEAP week in our K-8 schools
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
Visitors will be required to maintain social distancing and wear face coverings
Health-related links and other district information
Dr. Wade will serve as superintendent-elect until the retirement of Dr. William James Jr. at the end of the 2020-21 school year. Dr. Wade will begin his work in the district in August.