Mt. Pisgah Elementary School's Kindergarten and First grade went to Aw Shucks farm in North Carolina to learn about farm life. First grader Alexis Moser is pictured feeding a goat during the field trip.
It is unlikely the lively curiosity-laden kindergarten students at Camden Elementary are aware of the fact that historic Flanders Fields is a real place as they march into the gymnasium at their school's Veterans Day program this morning carrying the bright red paper poppies they have made.
Lugoff Elgin Middle School cheerleaders Sidney Reynolds, Gracie Stockman, Lexi Edwards, McKenlee Davis, and T'jah Steele honored Breast Cancer month with Kershaw County School District Superintendent Dr. Frank Morgan.
S.C. Gov. Nikki Haley (center, third row) is surrounded by students at Leslie Stover Middle School (LSMS) during a visit Friday. Haley visited the school as part of a state-wide campaign in conjunction with October being Bullying Prevention Month. The governor asked students if they had ever seen someone teased for the way they dress, look and talk. Haley also asked students if they would be leaders or followers, and stand up to bullying during a brief assembly at the school. She said she was picked on as a young child because he peers couldn't tell is she ...
There is only one more Facilities Equalization Phase 2 meeting before Kershaw County School District (KCSD) Superintendent Dr. Frank Morgan presents feedback to the Kershaw County Board of School Trustees. The most recent of the Phase 2 public meetings took place Tuesday night at North Central High School (NCHS).
Camden Elementary School (CES) of the Arts third-graders Emily Cantey and Greer Younghans enjoy a ride on a camel during CES' Family Reading Night Oct. 10. Sam's Path Mobile Petting Zoo and Live Nativities brought the camel to help celebrate CES' reading theme of ancient Egypt. Students were allowed to ride the camel for a few minutes as other families played on the playground, enjoyed a spaghetti dinner or bought books from CES' book fair. The school also hosted an archeological dig.
Camden First Baptist Kindergarten & Child Care Center had a fun day celebrating "Johnny Appleseed Day" on Thursday, September 26. Mr. Olin Jackson from Lugoff visited and took the 2K, 3K and 4K students on a wagon ride around the campus.