The South Carolina Chapter of National School Public Relations Association celebrated the effectiveness of 93 programs and projects from across the state including one from Jackson School at its annual Rewards for Excellence awards ceremony May 6 in Columbia.
Spring commencement exercises were held at Mars Hill College May 7 in Moore Auditorium. Dr. Dan Lunsford, college president, handed out degrees to the class of 2011, which included a Kershaw County graduate.
The Citadel honored the following cadets for outstanding academic achievement during the spring semester of the 2010-2011 academic year.
Margaret Lindsey of Lugoff was among 436 students who graduated during Gardner-Webb University's 2011 spring commencement exercises.
Doby's Mill Elementary School is one of seven South Carolina schools to win a prestigious Exemplary Writing Program Award.
Lugoff-Elgin Middle School recently saluted its South Carolina Junior Scholars. Students achieve Junior Scholar status by either scoring 50 or higher in verbal, math or writing on the PSAT or by participating in Duke University's Talent Identification Program (TIP) during their seventh-grade year. The honored students included (first row, from left) Mallory Register, Aubrey Edgerton, Evelyn (McCrae) Watson, Hannah Ranson, Jessica Stockman, Mary (Matheson) Deese, Makayla Rippy, (second row) Jousha Hinson, Connor Tully, Zane Nayfeh, Daniel McAvoy, Christopher Wilder, Stephen Christianson, (third row) Steve Berry, Chandler Brittian and Austen Haney.
The Doby's Mill Elementary School robotics team recently presented a $100 check to the Kershaw County American Red Cross to support its district goal. The funds were raised during a schoolwide bake sale to help raise awareness to the local initiatives the district chapter of the American Red Cross supports. On hand for the presentation were tech lab teacher and LEGO team adviser Amanda Raper, students Katie Welch, Ashley Smith, Devonte' Benson, Caden Britton, Vance Summers, D'Karlus Colvin, Seth Addeo, Jonathan Richardson and Alex Robertson and Red Cross representatives Lois Stuber and Nancy Cataldo.
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Tuesday night, the Kershaw County School Board of Trustees was all set to craft a "worst case scenario budget" for the 2011-12 fiscal year at Superintendent Dr. Frank Morgan's recommendation.
The Kershaw County School District will hold half days for students May 26 and 27, the final two days of student attendance for this school year. Students in developmentally delayed and 4-year-old kindergarten classes will not attend. SEAGUL classes will not be held.
Camden Middle School students put their folding skills to work to help raise funds for victims of the March 11 earthquake in Japan.
Cadet Derek Hunt Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Derek Stanley of Camden, graduated from the U.S. Military Academy – West Point May 21.
Jarrod Hughes, a senior from Camden, has been accepted to attend Coker College in the fall of 2012.
Three Kershaw County schools will have new principals at the helm for the 2011-12 school year.
Lugoff Elementary School has reported its honor rolls for the third nine-week period.
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.
Stover Middle School teachers Cassandra Mickle and Jane Gari wrote a grant offered through the South Carolina Department of Education (SCDE) called Strategic Planning/Special Project Grant. The purpose of the grant was to invite "Artists at Stover." Mickle established the "Creating a Learning Environment for Me" initiative to encourage student involvement in creating permanent works of art that would appeal to the all students at Stover.
It could cost just a little more than an additional $10,500 at each Kershaw County School District (KCSD) high school to split the duties of athletic director (AD) and head football coach. That's according to information KCSD Director of Public Services Duane Pate gave to the Kershaw County Board of School Trustees at its meeting Tuesday night.
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