On April 26, 2022, the Lexington County School District One Board of Trustees approved the promotion of Lori B. Meyers to principal of Lexington Elementary School. She replaces current Principal Tim Carnahan, who is transferring to Midway Elementary School. Meyers currently serves as the interim assistant principal at Rocky Creek Elementary School.
An educator for 18 years, Meyers has spent her entire career in Lexington District One.
Lexington District One schools hit bull’s-eye recently at the S.C. National Archery in the Schools Program State Tournament.
Pelion Elementary placed first at the elementary school level, Carolina Springs Middle took first at the middle school level and White Knoll High won first place in the high school level.
In addition, four students took home first place individual wins. PES’s Paisley Hinkle took home first place in the girls’ bull’s-eye competition, where she bested 127 others, and Ruby Salcedo won first place in the International Bowhunter Organization 3D competition, where she ranked first out of 65 contenders.
WKHS's Karson Rosendahl came out on top in the boys’ bull’s-eye competition, where he ranked first out of 165 competitors. In addition, Meadow Glen Middle’s Tristan Lotter placed first in the individual middle school level boys’ bull’s-eye competition, beating 208 others for the win.
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