More than 70 adult students received their GEDs or high school diplomas from the Kershaw County School District (KCSD) Adult Education program this year.
The Kershaw County Board of School Trustees unanimously passed, 6-0, the Kershaw County School District's (KCSD) $69 million budget for the 2013-14 school year. Trustees Louis Clyburn, Don Copley and Nissary Wood were absent from the June 4 meeting at the district's offices.
Seniors in the Camden Military Class of 2013 are as follows: Jamar A. Luciano Arrindell, Silverspring, MD; Brandon Shane Blackwell, Hartsville, SC; Javai Marquette Bolling, Upper Marlboro, MD; Frank J. Caputo, Brooklyn, NY; Caleb Malik Charles, Atlanta, GA; Timothy Darrel Coleman, Jr., Evanston, IL; Ryan Andrew Collins, Ft. Mill, SC; Jonathan Radcliffe Cooper, Benton, NC; Julian Carter Crabtree, Browns Summit, NC; John Burton Davy, Ft. Lauderdale, ...
The Kershaw County Board of School Trustees is set to approve its preliminary 2013-14 budget of around $69 million at its meeting Tuesday night. That is despite the fact that Kershaw County Council has yet to respond to the Kershaw County School District's (KCSD) millage request. In addition, as of Friday, South Carolina legislators had yet to pass the Fiscal Year 2014 state budget.
Christian Home Educators of Camden (CHEC) recognized five graduates at its 16th annual Night of Recognition May 24. The graduation ceremony was at Faith Church of the Nazarene in Lugoff. CHEC is a local home school support group with members hailing from Kershaw County and surrounding areas.
Gayle Pitts and ALPHA Center Executive Director Paul Napperrecently presented the annual Goldbash-Nash Memorial Ride Scholarships to graduating Kershaw County School District seniors at the ALPHA Center. This year's recipients are Kelly Duncan, Lugoff-Elgin High School ; and Mack Trapp, Camden High School. Accompanying Duncan were ATEC teachers Chet Horton and Jeff Cooper. Trapp's parents Charlene and Allen Trapp, accompanied their son. The Godbold-Nash Memorial Scholarship is named in memory of Troopers H. Merl ...
The Kershaw County School District (KCSD) has announced its end-of-year schedule.
First Grade A/B Honor Roll Conner Armstrong, Quintavionna Bagley, Amber Baker, Nicholas Branham, Ryan Craft, Jasmine Gordon, John Paul Gosnay, Benjamin Grantham, Jade Harris, Faith Hudson, Nicholas Matthews, Jaxon Mock, Zachary Mock, Lucas Nelson, Emily Pickett, Rodrika Plant, Lacie Plummer, Leilani Rabon, William Rabon, Aalasia Ravenell, Justine Robinson, Javon Sexton, Jason Sturkie, Cameron Sullivan, Antony Turner, Addison Wages, Jachym Williams, Peyton Young Second Grade <p ...
At its May 21 meeting, the Kershaw County School Board (KCSB) approved three administrative changes for the 2013-14 school year.
Midway Elementary School (MES) students are already thinking about their future careers.
Students at Camden and Jackson elementary schools can take fewer trips to the library this summer since the S.C. Department of Education (DOE) gave students at both schools nine books each.
Using grant funds from Rotary District 7770, the West Wateree Rotary Club recently donated a collection of books to Lugoff-Elgin Middle School. Titles included books focused on character building, award winners, and summer reading titles. Students assisting with the unpacking include Trey Stevens, Abby Gary, Marie Neville, Abby Davis, Tyler Matthews, Emily Branham and teacher Karen Bullard.
Kershaw County citizens have helped the Kershaw County School District (KCSD) get an idea of what it needs to present to voters in order to get a Phase II bond referendum passed. Phase II delineates projects remaining following new school construction and renovations funded by a 2006 Kershaw County Board of School Trustees-approved $102 million installment purchase plan, or IPP.
Boyd Parker (first photo, center, in "flame" welding hood), a student at Central Carolina Technical College's (CCTC) Camden campus, welds portions of a steel bear as David Karrell (left, in black and yellow hood) of CCTC's Sumter campus assists. For their efforts, Parker, Karrell and their other classmates won first place at an annual "welding rodeo" held at CCTC's Camden campus near I-20 in April. Camden instructor Shawn Hankins said CCTC has ...