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Citizens, district official address board on full-day 4K
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Kershaw County School District Executive Director for K-12 Instruction Tim Hopkins addresses the Kershaw County Board of School Trustees during its March 1 meeting about what would be required to transition to a full-day 4K program from the districts current half-day program under a state program. He said adopting the model, known as CDEP, would actually result in serving 100 fewer 4K students. - photo by Martin L. Cahn
Speaking as individual citizens, Camden City Councilman Jeffrey Graham and United Way of Kershaw County President Donny Supplee urged members of the Kershaw County Board of Trustees to find a way to expand its 4K offerings from half-day to full-day programs. Kershaw County School District (KCSD) Executive Director for K-12 Instruction Tim Hopkins also addressed trustees, indicating it not only cost more money to do so, but will actually serve fewer students. The topic came up during the board’s March 1 meeting, a week ago.

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