Two years and nine days.
Students in Sharon White's Honors World History class at Lugoff-Elgin High School recently researched and studied the "Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment." The culminating activity was participation in Madame Blanc's Salon.Each student discussed his or her research with classmates and challenged each other to think critically about their newfound facts. Megan Chapman, hostess, said," As I listened in the salon, my thoughts about the world views during the Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment era were changed.There was much advancement in music, politics, philosophy and science. Many of the views from thinkers such as Adam Smith, Rousseau ...
The Kershaw County School District finalized a contract Thursday with PrimeRealty Group to purchase property that housed the former Howden-Buffalo operations on U.S. 1 in Camden.
Karen Tolliver, classroom director of the primary C class (ages 3-6) at the Montessori School of Camden (MSC), has been inducted into Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society at Central Carolina Technical College in recognition of her academic achievement.
A Kershaw County student was among those honored when Francis Marion University's Leadership FMU program recently held its fourth graduation to recognize and celebrate student leadership.
The students in Christie Whitehouse's Honors Spanish 3 at Lugoff-Elgin High School researched a famous Spanish speaker in the areas of history, art, literature and music. Students then introduced themselves and interviewed the other guests at a meet-and-greet. Students taught their classmates about the significance of their person through presentations, videos, artwork and other visual aids. Students and their characters included (first row, from left) Zach Smith (Francisco Pizarro), Julianna Cobb (Francisco Franco), Justin Gilstrap (Fidel Castro), Logan Benns (Simon Bolivar), Stephanie Clair (Salvador Dali), Roger Stewart (Pablo Picasso), Brittney White (Malinche), Brianna Hasty (Celia Cruz), Paige Ansley (Isabel ...
The Kershaw County Board of School Trustees voted two weeks ago to spend up to $1.25 million to purchase an undisclosed piece of property in order to relocate its district office.
In honor of Arbor Day, the children and staff of The Montessori School of Camden (MSC) celebrated, in a small ceremony, by planting a tree and enjoying a poem recited by the Lower Elementary children (ages 9-12) entitled "Trees" by Alfred Joyce Kilmer.
Sixth-grade students at Camden Middle School recently enjoyed Mummy Day, the culmination of an Ancient Egyptian unit. Students spent the day engaged in Egyptian activities across the curriculum. They mummified chicken drummettes, made life-sized sarcophagi, created pyramids, virtually mummified a pharaoh and played Ancient Egyptian games. Here, students Avery Barnes and Zoe Smothers use a triple beam balance to mass their chicken drummette before the mummification process.
The Kershaw County School District will have a half day for students on Dec. 17, the last day of student attendance before the holiday break. Staff will work a regular schedule. Students in developmentally delayed and 4-year-old kindergarten classes will not attend. SEAGUL classes will not be held.
Lugoff-Elgin High School has announced its honor rolls for the first nine-week period.
In an effort to educate youth on the importance of planting and caring for trees, Jackson School held several events last week in honor of Arbor Day.
An external independent CPA firm has given the Kershaw County School District an "unqualified opinion" during its annual financial audit.
The Doby's Mill Elementary School Choraliers -- a part of the Kershaw County Elementary Honors Choir, directed by Dr Susan Wyatt -- recently took part in an event jointly sponsored by the University of South Carolina and Colla Voce, a vocal chamber ensemble of professional musicians in the Columbia area. Elementary and middle schools from around the state were hosted at the event, where students sang in English and Latin.
In the first of what it plans as a series of meetings held in different parts of the county, the KershawHealth Board of Trustees will hold a meeting tonight in the conference room of the Outpatient/Urgent Care Center at Elgin. The meeting will begin at 6 p.m. and is open to the public. Trustees and hospital administrators will be on hand one hour before the meeting begins, at 5 p.m., to speak to the public and answer questions on various topics, including KershawHealth's strategic plan.
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