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School board recognizes top PASS scorers
Perfect PASS 2014
Thirty-nine Kershaw County School District students achieved the highest possible scores on the Palmetto Assessment of State Standards (PASS) tests during the 2013-14 school year. Of those, 19 students achieved the maximum PASS scores in English, nine in math, eight in writing and two in science. Two students -- Jasmine Glover from Blaney Elementary School and Andrew Lagmo from Dobys Mill Elementary School -- had perfect PASS scores in both English and Math. Thirty-two of the students were recognized at this weeks school board meeting. - photo by Photo provided by the KCSD
The Kershaw County Board of School Trustees dedicated much of its meeting Tuesday to the Palmetto Assessment of State Standards (PASS) and High School Assessment Program (HSAP) tests. The meeting started with the recognition of a group of 32 of 39 county students who scored perfect scores on at least one section of the PASS. Each student was called up individually to receive a certificate for their achievement. The 39 students are: • Bethune Elementary -- Carrie Eubanks • Blaney Elementary -- Hadden Daniels, Jasmine Glover and Erin McCarley • Camden Elementary -- Olivia Bishop and Miguel Davila • Doby’s Mill Elementary -- Matthew Coleman, Andrew Langmo, Wyatt Tanner and Mason Williams • Lugoff Elementary -- Gregory Brunson, Drew Hanson, Malachi Matthews, Sara McCaskill, Banks Munn, Elijah Rippy, Jordan Sherman and John Watson. • Wateree Elementary -- Orion Baker, Emma Collins, Jaimie Marksbary, Zachary Munger and Jessica Ross. • Camden Middle School -- Andrew Boyles, Carolyn Inabinet, Chance King, Hunter McCoy and Sarah Wohlwinder • Jackson School -- Justin McCaskill and Indius Williams • Leslie M. Stover Middle -- Brittney Haynes, Sean Place, Jonathan Richardson and Riley Watson • Lugoff Elgin Middle -- Katie Clippard and Alex Stribling • North Central Middle -- Laken Gross, Daisy Noyola and Courtney Spann “To say that this is a ‘big deal’ is not an exaggeration,” KCSD Superintendent Dr. Frank Morgan said in a press release about the PASS recognition.

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