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Lexington School District Four recognizes 2020-2021 Bus Driver and Classified Employee of the Year!

Swansea, SC - Lexington County School District Four recently surprised two long-time employees with some special recognition. These employees demonstrate each and every day what it means to Lead, Learn, Serve, and Excel.

Mr. Carnell Livingston has been selected as Bus Driver of the Year. Mr. Livingston has worked in the district’s transportation department for over 9 years. His colleagues recognize him for providing exceptional service to students, their families, and his co-workers. He takes great pride in ensuring that all his passengers are safe and cared for.  Livingston is known for punctual attendance, his willingness to help in any manner needed, and his positive attitude and great energy. His actions show every day that he is willing to give the district and students above and beyond ordinary expectations. A spokesperson for the district recently said they are so thankful to have him as a member of the transportation team and Lexington Four Family!

This year’s Classified Employee of the Year is awarded to Mrs. Meredith Green. Mrs. Green serves as an instructional assistant at Frances Mack Intermediate School and has worked in the district since 2002.  She is known for her compassion, dependability, kindness, grace, and perseverance, among so many other things!

In a statement from the district regarding Mrs. Green, administrators shared a few noteworthy items that led to her selection as this year’s recipient. These traits include her amazing leadership abilities and her pursuit of excellence in and out of the classroom. Green loves to learn new strategies and skills and she is currently working on her personal goal of obtaining her teaching degree. She is committed to her school environment, coming in early to clean the room and prepare for the day, and staying late to pick up and organize resources. Above all else, she loves the students as her own.

Lexington Four Superintendent Dr. Robert Maddox presented engraved clocks to each honoree and thanked them for their service. He shared, “There is really no higher honor than being selected by your co-workers and colleagues to receive this type of recognition. We appreciate the outstanding job these employees do serving the students and families in Lexington Four.”


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