In an effort to make things easier for parents and district staff, as well as be more cost efficient, the Kershaw County School District (KCSD) will launch a new online student registration system in July. The district will also change over its district and individual school websites to a new design scheme during the week of June 29.
With Kershaw County schools on summer break, children in the area, and their parents, are always looking for fun and productive activities during the idle time. The Kershaw County Parks and Recreation Department (KCPRD) offers a variety of summer activities and, for the second year, has teamed with the Kershaw County School District (KCSD) to open school gyms for basketball play in the summer months.
A lot of parents, grandparents and other family members took a lot of pictures at the beginning of Tuesday's Kershaw County Board of School Trustees meeting as the district honored dozens of student athletes. The meeting started in a large meeting space in an auxiliary building at the district's offices on West DeKalb Street. Later, the meeting moved to the actual board room in the main building and included a report on grant programs and passage of the district's proposed 2015-16 budget.
Monday, the Montessori School of Camden (MSC) submitted an application to become a public charter school for the 2016-17 school year. If approved, there will be no charge for tuition for kindergarten and above, according to a press release issued Tuesday. Parents of children ages 3 and 4 will pay an instructional fee.
This year's recipients of Thomas E. McLester Scholarships are (from left) Gabrielle Faith Mills, a recent Camden High School (CHS) graduate; Alonzo Darius Myers, who recently graduated from North Central High School; and LaNasa Anniyah Clarkson, also a recent CHS graduate. Each received a $1,000 scholarship certificate of award May 17, presented by Mrs. Amy J. McLester and the Rev. Ellis White Jr., pastor, Camden First United Methodist Church. Gabrielle, the daughter of Bruce and Lisa Mills, plans to attend the College of Charleston, with plans to study exercise science and become a physical therapist. Alonzo, the son ...