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KCSD revamps SEAGUL program
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The Kershaw County School District will offer more classes for eighth-grade SEAGUL students as part of the Kershaw County Board of School Trustees’ five-year gifted education plan. Trustees expressed hope the new curriculum for SEAGUL -- Special Education Activities Geared for Unique Learning -- will maintain student interest to keep them from dropping out of the program during the school year. During the board’s meeting Tuesday night, KCSD Executive Director of Instructional Support Programs Alisa Goodman said eighth-grade is the only one from which students drop out of the program during the school year.