• Why work for LCS?

    Lexington, NC, is located in the heart of North Carolina's Piedmont area. We are within a 30-minute drive of Greensboro, High Point and Winston-Salem, and about 45 minutes from Charlotte. Lexington City Schools serves approximately 3,100 students in our seven schools: 3 elementary (grades 1–5), 1 primary (Pre-K & K), 1 middle, 1 high, and a developmental center. Our incentives include: a supportive induction program for beginning teachers, high-quality professional development, generous tuition reimbursement and salary, and supplement advances to qualified individuals. We are currently offering a signing/retention bonus of $5,000 to EC Teachers who commit to 2 years with our South Lexington Development Center. We have reduced class sizes, strong classroom instructional technology, and outstanding athletic facilities. Almost 90% of our students qualify for free or reduced priced meals, and 46% are from families that fall below the federal poverty line. Approximately 33% of our students are African-American, 33% are Hispanic, and 30% are white. These students need teachers with whom they can relate and who will hold them to standards that help to ensure they are successful in life.


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  • Dear Substitutes, 
    On behalf of Lexington City School District, thank you for your service this past school year. At the end of each school, each substitute is "turned off" in Finance and Human Resources. In order to be "turned back on" and added to the upcoming school year you must:
    1) complete this form
    2) stop by Central Office anytime during the month of August, Monday - Friday between 8 am - 4 pm to pick-up an updated Substitute Handbook
    3) email any changes to
    Thank you and as always, should you have any questions please contact Ramelle Shuler, the HR Assistant at Central Office. 

    Substitute Teacher Verification Form

  • For Future Teachers 

    Are you interested in becoming a teacher? Our friends at the nonprofit have lots of free tools and resources to help you get started: 

    • 1-on-1 advising calls to answer all your questions and choose an educator preparation program (EPP) that’s right for you 
    • how-to guides to demystify eligibility, testing, and financial aid 
    • an EPP Explorer so you can compare programs and interactive application checklists to keep you on track to apply 
    • fee reimbursements to help cover application and enrollment expenses 
    • a $1000 scholarship to help make your dream of becoming a teacher more economical 

    Feel free to use this link to access the resources: TeachNC

Contact Us

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     Dr. Christopher Weikart , Executive Director
    (336) 242-1527 ext. 1211


    Ramelle Shuler, Administrative Assistant
    (336) 242-1527 ext. 1210