Wateree Elementary School kindergarten students Gavin Way, Colden Baker, Skylar Humphries, Faith Hunter, Natasha Rosales, DeLana Rabon, Langley Thompson, Ehren Mathis, Emma Grace Halsall, Caroline Sapp, Philip Munn, Damien Wilkes, Carrie Watts, Rebecca Schmalzel, Molly Unsworth, Emma Harrison, Ansley Ray, Sarah Broome, London Bailey, Evelyn Villalobos, Addie English, Noah Bounsavath, Caroline Kerwin, Hannah Corrigan, Saxon Spradley, Jakob Vanzant, Taylor Grace Sparling, Izabell Brown, and Marshall Bullock completed a service project to celebrate the 100th Day of School. Kindergarten students were challenged to collect 100 items to donate to the Walter M. Crowe Animal Shelter in Kershaw County. Kindergarten students exceeded ...
Excitement was seen and heard from Wateree Elementary kindergarten students Ally Collins, Addi English, Addison Greenwood, Caroline Kerwin, Cassidy Mosley, Teagan Rabon, London Bailey, Emmy Sarabia, Noah Bounsavath, Christian Lawson, Davis Catoe, Keyton Baker, Bailey Settles, Garrett Williams, Evelyn Villalobos, Damien Wilkes, Michael Spear and Landen Farmer as they went out for a quick run in the snow.
At Mother Goose on the Loose, Librarian Lauren Decker (above) reads to children who attended story time. Children and their parents played games and sang songs during the interactive story time at Elgin Library last Monday morning.
Wateree Elementary School kindergarten students Samantha Gladden, Gauge Roberts, Marshall Bullock, and Eli Munn from Joni Baker's class learned about recycling at the "Grinding of the Greens" event.
The Kershaw County School District (KCSD) sent out the following information at 1:02 p.m..:
Allan Wolf, a poet, author and performer, has a goal in mind when he performs before an audience -- it is, as he says, "to show people how to see the world in a different way and (how) to find the extraordinariness of the ordinary." Wolf has written books for both elementary school age children as well as for young adult audiences.
The Kershaw County School District (KCSD) is helping teachers get ready for implementation of the Common Core State Standards Initiative. KCSD Executive Director for K-12 Instruction Tim Hopkins and KCSD Common Core Transition Specialist Lisa Carter updated the Kershaw County Board of School Trustees on the district's work to prepare for next year's Common Core implementation at Tuesday's school board meeting. Hopkins and Carter focused on how teachers would be adequately prepared with both training and resources to implement the standards.
Camden First Baptist Children's Center 2K class members look towards the sky as a few balloons escape before they
A single vehicle collision on I-20 west bound at the 105 mile marker resulted in two fatalities early Saturday morning. Gladys Gholston, 71, was driving the 2005 Toyota with her husband Weldon Gholston, 86. The couple, from New York, was traveling west on I-20 and was in the process of relocating to South Carolina. The driver of the vehicle ran off of the highway and into the median where the car struck a tree and caught on fire. The accident is under investigation.
Due to forecasted winter storms, Kershaw County School District (KCSD) schools and offices were closed on Tuesday and Wednesday and all after school extracurricular activities, meetings and programs originally scheduled for those days were cancelled.
At 5:44 p.m., the KCSD issued the following statement:
Midway Elementary School (MES) landed a $272,000 state grant recently to start an afterschool and summer Positive Achievement with Students (PAWS) program. Teachers Teri Davis, Selena Jones, Laura Privette and Katie Todd collaborated to write the grant.
A recent presentation of the Kershaw County School District's (KCSD) Fiscal Year 2014-15 budget development calendar addresses several "critical issues," according to KCSD Superintendent Dr. Frank Morgan.
Lugoff-Elgin High School (L-EHS) students from various school organizations are moving forward with plans to build a prayer garden at the school. L-EHS seniors Casey Swails and Tyler Hand, who are leading the project, wanted to make it clear that the garden's purpose isn't to honor a particular class or students.
The Kershaw County Board of School Trustees unanimously approved a set of legislative positions during its meeting Tuesday for the 2014 S.C. General Assembly. According to a memo provided to the board from Kershaw County School District (KCSD) Superintendent Dr. Frank Morgan, the board received a draft of the position at its Nov. 18, 2013 session. At the time, trustees requested additional information on Common Core standards and S.C. Gov. Nikki Haley's proposed education reforms.
By HALEY ATKINSON
Midway Elementary School (MES) students had the unique opportunity Wednesday to learn about various career opportunities that incorporate automobiles within their local community at a "Careers on Wheels" fair. MES Guidance Counselor Laura Privette organized the fair in an effort to teach students about local, viable career options.
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