Lexington School District Two is globally prepared and committed to recruit, retain and develop the best employees. Lexington Two is located in sunny South Carolina and serves 8,900 students in Cayce, West Columbia, Springdale, Pine Ridge and South Congaree.
The district includes six elementary schools, four middle schools, two high schools, a state-of-the-art Innovation Center, alternative school, and adult education program.
We are committed to recruiting, retaining and developing the best teachers and employees. We also are committed to helping our teachers succeed, with an eye to smaller class sizes; a team of social workers, psychologists and mental health counselors to meet the emotional health needs of our students and ensure school safety; a team of middle school and high
school curriculum specialists to serve as academic resources for teachers; professional development opportunities; and much more.
If you are an individual looking for an alternative route to teaching, you can learn more here.
May 3, 2022
4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Lexington Two Innovation Center
509 Bulldog Boulevard, Cayce, SC 29033
Criminal Background Checks – The district requires appropriate state criminal background checks as outlined in law on every individual recommended for employment. The cost of the background checks is paid by the district.
State Law Enforcement Division (SLED) Background Checks –
The district will obtain a name-based criminal record history check from SLED on all new employees prior to their initial
employment. The district will consider the results of all criminal record history checks on an individual basis.
National Sex Offender Registry Checks –
The district will perform a National Sex Offender Registry check on all new employees prior to their initial employment.
TB TEST – Board Policy GBGA Staff Health – “Any person applying for a position in any of the district’s schools, including kindergarten, will, as a prerequisite to employment, secure a health certificate from a licensed physician certifying that such person does not have tuberculosis in an active stage.”