Educational Foundation Hosts 2019 “Leading as One” Administrators’ Breakfast 

August 1, 2019

August 1, 2019: The Lexington One Educational Foundation hosted the annual “Leading as One” Administrators’ Breakfast on Thursday, August 1, 2019, at White Knoll High School. This annual event provided a hearty breakfast for all Lexington County School District One Administrators as they began a daylong training session in preparation for the new school year. 

The Educational Foundation leadership was extremely thankful to have generous sponsors make this breakfast possible at no cost to the organization. Our many thanks to all of the kind sponsors for their generous support of Lexington District One through their sponsorship gift to the Educational Foundation! 

“Bringing the Bacon” Event Sponsors 

  • Edcon General Contracting 
  • First Community Bank 
  • Gregory Electric 
  • Jumper Carter Sease Architects 
  • Pinnacle Architecture 

“Eggs-cellent” Lead Sponsors 

  • AmerisBank 
  • Edgenuity 
  • Eggs Up Grill 
  • Security Federal Bank 
  • MB Kahn Construction 

The delicious meal was prepared by Eggs Up Grill and was enjoyed by all administrators and guests who attended the breakfast that morning. 

Breakfast speakers included Miss South Carolina Morgan Nichols, who is not only a Lexington, SC native, but also a product of Lexington School District One. She talked about her social impact initiative “Stronger with STEM,” and how her educational experiences prepared her for a career in the sciences. The foundation board vice chair, R. Chris Rice, gave a terrific overview of Educational Foundation accomplishments from the past school year, which illustrated the immensely positive impact it has had on the district. Afterwards, superintendent Dr. Greg Little and district leaders addressed the administrators via training sessions. 

If you know an individual or company that may wish to support Lexington County School District One through our Educational Foundation events or endeavors, please contact Julie Anderson Washburn, foundation executive director, at 803-821-1008 or 


invested in Lexington District One in fiscal year 2022-2023


All K-2 students benefited from the Counting Collections for Mathematics Grant


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