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KCSD helps parents to lead by example
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Students in Kershaw County School Districts first parenting class pose for a picture at their luncheon celebrating all of their achievements this semester. The class focuses on family literacy and WorkKeys curriculum. The class, held for three hours, two mornings each week, for eight weeks will be offered again in the fall. Students are allowed to take the WorkKeys test for free at the end of the class.
Kershaw County School District (KCSD) personnel teamed up to create a brand new parenting class designed to show Kershaw County parents how to lead by example. KCSD’s Adult Education and Title One Division and Kershaw County’s ACT Work Ready Community department worked together to create a three- hour class, two mornings each week for eight weeks to improve family literacy and help parents increase their employability skills. Class curriculum included family literacy, computer instruction, behavior intervention and an emphasis on WorkKeys curriculum.