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KCSD receives unqualified audit report
Also, Jackson School walkway named for Deloris Drakeford
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The Kershaw County School Board of Trustees, joined Jackson School officials and members of the Drakeford family to dedicate a walkway at Jackson in memory of former educator Deloris Drakeford on Monday evening. Land for the walkway was donated by her husband Paul. Drakeford began working for the district in 1973. She worked at Pine Tree Hill, Baron-DeKalb and Camden elementary schools; Bethune and North Central high schools; and North Central Middle School. She died in August 2011. - photo by Miciah Bennett
The Kershaw County School District (KCSD) received an unqualified audit report for the 2013 fiscal year from Larry Montague of the accounting firm of Burkett, Burkett and Burkett during the Kershaw County Board of School Trustees’ meeting Monday. Montague said the firm found the KCSD’s financial documents “correct and appropriate” for the fiscal year, which ended back on June 30. An unqualified opinion is the “best” opinion that can be expressed in an audit.