When Lugoff-Elgin High School (L-EHS) started its percussion ensemble four years ago, L-EHS Band Director Glenn Price said he wanted to go to a national festival.
Leslie M. Stover Middle School has announced its honor rolls for the second nine-week period.
Kershaw County Board of School Trustees members Carol Thompson (left) and Kim DuRant (right) were recognized by the S.C. School Boards Association (SCSBA) with special lapel pins for reaching milestones in their years of service on the board. School Board Chairperson Mara Jones (center) presented the pins to Thompson and DuRant at the Feb. 7 school board meeting. Thompson, who has the longest tenure of any current school board member, was recognized for 15 years of service. She serves as the board's chaplain and has also been the vice chairperson in the past. DuRant was recognized for 10 ...
Lugoff-Elgin High School has reports its honor rolls for the second nine-week period
What better way to show employers you're serious about your future career than winning a first-place prize in a state competition?
The following are menus for Kershaw County schools for the week of March 12-16:
Smaller class sizes are not proven to increase academic achievement; socio-economic standing is the more important factor, according to several studies conducted on the effects of school size in South Carolina.
Sixth-, seventh- and eighth-graders at North Central Middle School who love to read share their interest through reading clubs. The boys club is sponsored by library media specialist Cindy Sparks and Ryan Anderson, school resource officer and a Kershaw County Sheriff's Office deputy. The boys club includes (from left, seated) Dennis Shumate, Calvin Dash, Isaiah Fowler, Robert Hilton, Bryce Bell, (standing) Chance Mangum, adviser Anderson, Christian Gooding and adviser Sparks. The boys read "Storm Runners" by Roland Smith during the first semester. Sparks, sixth-grade English teacher Terri Bowers and assistant librarian Jennifer Gibson are advisers for the girls club ...
He starts with the eyes. Then the nose. He does some shadowing, and finishes with the lips, hair and neck.
Lugoff Elementary School has reported its honor rolls for the second nine-week period.
The second-quarter honor roll at Camden High School has been announced.
Kershaw County School District (KCSD) Teacher of the Year Helen Walker is one of five teachers named as finalists in the South Carolina Teacher of the Year program.
Diane Disher and Terri Sheppard enter the hallway with their metal breakfast carts; Sheppard goes to the end of the hallway and Disher remains at the entrance. Each woman unzips a cooler and grabs her notebook just a minute before sixth-graders at Leslie M. Stover Middle School pour out of their classrooms and fill the hallway with laughter and middle-school banter. The line moves quickly as students grab milk or juice and a breakfast sandwich. They give Disher and Sheppard their lunch numbers and they sit down along the wall of the hallway or head back into their classroom to ...
The following are menus for Kershaw County schools for the week of Feb. 5-9:
After graduating from Camden High School, Barbara Wilkes said there were two things she absolutely did not want to do: 1) be a nurse and 2) be a teacher.
Over the past few months, a small wooden box on the front lawn of a Camden home has been drawing attention. Many a passersby has taken a closer look to discover that the box contains a collection of books, a sign announcing "Free Little Library," and an invitation to take or leave a book.
An observer in Wateree Elementary School's hallway might notice WES students eagerly waving to their principal, Elizabeth Stehle, as she walks down the hall. Her pride in her students and faculty would also be evident as she takes time to point out student's classwork on display and the creative hallway decorations done by teachers.
Josh Arrants, naturalist and C-I columnist, speaks to students in Central Carolina Technical College (CCTC) Natural Resources Management program Feb. 26 about the Red-cockaded Woodpecker Restoration Project at Fort Jackson. Arrants, a 2002 CCTC graduate, is a member of the S.C. Wildlife Federal Board, a Fort Jackson Wildlife Technician and former Camden resident who recently moved to Austin, Texas. He is returning frequently to work on the Fort Jackson project and continues to write his column. The students listening to Arrants' lecture are in NRM Department Chair Joshua Castleberry's class.
Bethune Elementary School has announced its school-wide A an A/B honor rolls for the second nine weeks of the school year.
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