Camden High School (CHS) holds the Hearts of Gold program each year to recognize students who have performed at least two service projects for a club during the school year. More than 200 students received invitations this year to Hearts of Gold. Refreshments were served and students enjoyed a performance by the Bulldog Jazz Collective. The program ended with the presentation of Paw Print Exemplary Service awards. The Camden High Alumni Association sponsors the Paw Print Exemplary Service Award to recognize students who have gone far beyond the requirements and performed service projects for several clubs/organizations. The Paw Print ...
The Kershaw County Board of School Trustees recognized several students at the beginning of its meeting Tuesday evening, including three recent Lugoff-Elgin High School (L-EHS) graduates who organized a free prom event for all special needs students in the Kershaw County School District (KCSD).
The Kershaw County Board of School Trustees will vote tonight on a pair of resolutions, each officially affirming the board's intention to place a $129 million construction bond and a 1-cent sales tax to offset any necessary millage increase from the bond on the ballot for November's general election. The resolutions would also officially send ballot language the board approved in May to the S.C. Election Commission for placement on November's ballot.
Elizabeth Brown, Amber Johnson and Morgan Kelly have recently received the 2016 Laurie Slade Funderburk Leadership Scholarship. The South Carolina General Assembly Women's Caucus awards scholarships in honor of each of the women legislators currently serving in the South Carolina General Assembly. Funderburk is a past chair of the Women's Caucus.
Camden High School (CHS) inducted six people and one couple into its inagural Hall of Fame on May 12 during a ceremony at 833 South Broad. The inaugural honorees are William "Billy" Ammons, Mary Ann Blaskowitz, John Coke Goodwin, Dimetry "Vonnie" Holliday, Robert J. "Bob" Sheheen, Ralph Warren, and (posthumously) S.C. Gov. John C. and First Lady Lois Rhame West. Created by the CHS School Improvement Council, the program included comments from those who nominated the inductees and those being honored. A dinner catered by Aberdeen Catery preceded the meal as did music by the Camden High Jazz Collective.