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KCSD closes classrooms on governor’s emergency order
Meal Pick Up
Camden High School (CHS) food service employees assist a family with picking up a free lunch on Monday, the first day of mandated shut down of all public South Carolina schools due to impacts of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus. County schools had already planned to shut down on Friday following S.C. Gov. Henry McMaster state of emergency order due to the number of COVID-19 cases here. The earliest classes will resume is Wednesday, April 1. (Martin L. Cahn/C-I)
No Kershaw County School District (KCSD) students reported to class Monday or today, and they won’t until at least Wednesday, April 1. The same goes for participating in any extracurricular activities, including sports. Instead, students will work from home using eLearning tools available through their district-issued tablets.