Applied Technology Education Campus (ATEC) Director Chet Horton congratulates Natalie Harris, a senior at Lugoff-Elgin High School, on becoming the first ATEC student ever to win a national scholarship from the National Technical Honor Society. Harris is one of only 125 students nationwide to receive a $1,000 Jon H. Poteat $1,000 scholarship.
Kershaw County School District's Class of 2012 earned more than $10.6 million dollars in scholarship money this year. More than double the figure from five years ago, said Superintendent Dr. Frank Morgan.
Twenty-five teachers from around the state of South Carolina toured Canfor Southern Pine, formerly New South Lumber Company. The June 26 tour took place thanks to the S.C. Forestry Commission and S.C. Forestry Association.
Crystal Noelle Johnson had reached the zenith of years of study when on the morning of May 18, she walked across the stage and received her doctor of medicine degree from the Medical University of South Carolina. It was the natural culmination of her life and years of dedication.
Jackson Elementary School fifth grader Tierney Peterson and North Central Middle School eighth grader Morgan Kelly have been named the winners in the Kershaw County School District Superintendent's Writing Awards Program.
Family support and wise words helped 2012 Lugoff-Elgin High School graduate Hunter Smith achieve perfect attendance throughout his entire public school career. Hunter is being recognized as the only student in Kershaw County to have achieved 12 years of perfect attendance.
Lugoff-Elgin High School (L-EHS) science teacher Holly Sullivan will be honored with the 2011 Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST) from July 27-29 in Washington, D.C.