Kershaw County School District

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Menu change for 10/21 (due to early dismissal):

Sub Sandwich, Baby Carrots w/ Ranch, Apple Sauce, Assorted Goldfish Cracker Pack, Assorted Fresh Fruit and Milk 

Menu changes for the week of Oct. 24th:

There will be a change to next week's menu: the menus for Monday and Friday will flip flop.  The meatloaf for our district and many others was diverted away from schools and given to the Salvation Army to be served in shelters last week and our next shipment does not arrive until Tuesday or Wednesday of next week.  Thank you for your understanding!

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  •  KCSD Cycle Menu

    New format for KCSD menus

    September 29, 2016 - Starting in October, the Kershaw County School District (KCSD) will be using cycle menus—a series of menus that rotates every four weeks—for breakfast and lunch.

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  • Friday, Oct. 21 to be early dismissal day for KCSD students

    September 26, 2016 - Kershaw County School District (KCSD) students will be dismissed early on Friday, Oct. 21 to allow teachers to participate in professional development. Elementary students will be dismissed at 11:30 a.m., middle school students at 11:45 a.m. and high schoolers at noon on Oct. 21. Three- and four-year-old students in half day programs will not attend.

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  • Project Lead the Way expands KCSD’s STEM curriculum

    September 21, 2016 - Watch out Kershaw County—the next great computer science programmer might be one of our very own middle school students. That’s because Project Lead the Way (PLTW)—a nine-week course where students learn to write code, design robots and create mobile apps—is being offered in all four Kershaw County School District middle schools this school year.

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  • Award-winning author Jordan Sonnenblick to visit KCSD schools next week

    September 16, 2016 - If you never open Jordan Sonnenblick’s Curveball: The Year I Lost My Grip, you may think it’s a book about baseball, but Kershaw County School District (KCSD) high school students can tell you that it’s about a lot more. That’s because the book was selected as KCSD’s One Book for summer reading and now those students will be able to meet the author and talk directly with him about his writing.

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  • KCSD class of 2016 has highest all-time graduation rate

    September 13, 2016 - Kershaw County School District’s (KCSD) class of 2016 has the highest four-year graduation rate ever at 91.3 percent, according to KCSD Assessment Director Lavoy Carter. Carter said when calculating the rate over a five-year period, it jumps to 94.5 percent.

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  • Doby’s Mill Elementary receives 2016 Let’s Move! Active Schools national award

    September 12, 2016 - Doby’s Mill Elementary (DME) is one of only 544 schools in the United States to receive the 2016 Let’s Move! Active Schools National Award for its outstanding efforts in creating an energetic school environment.

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  • KCSD Parent Portal reopened

    September 6, 2016 - The Kershaw County School District has reopened its PowerSchool Parent Portal, an online system for parents to view their students’ attendance and grade information.

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  •  Camden High School students celebrate raising over $25,000 for the United Way of Kershaw County.

    ​KCSD high schools raise over $47,500 for United Way of Kershaw County in first week of school; Camden High School wins Caring Cup ​

    August 20, 2016 - ​In addition to the normal activities of a first week of school, Kershaw County School District high school students have been working together to raise funds for the United Way of Kershaw County. Overall, the students collected over $47,500 with Camden High School raising over $25,000 to earn the United Way's Caring Cup. The announcement of the results was made at today's Springdale 5K. This is the 8th year for the competition where students have raised close to $300,000 for the local agency which helps to feed the hungry, provide shelter for the homeless and provide financial stability for many Kershaw County residents.

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  • All three KCSD high schools join forces to raise money for United Way of Kershaw County; last year’s one-week battle raised over $67,000

    August 15, 2016 - It’s the first week of school for Kershaw County School District (KCSD) high school students, and they are working toward a goal to “Strive for 25.” That’s a goal to raise $25 times their total student population to support the United Way of Kershaw County (UWKC).

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  • KCSD hiring school bus drivers

    July 19, 2016 - The Kershaw County School District is hiring school bus drivers. Pay is based on experience and includes benefits. A training class will be held July 25-28 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the transportation office behind Lugoff-Elgin Middle School. [ Click for more information! ]

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KCSD Gives Back

  • "No Shave November"

    Posted by Julie Putnam at 11/5/2015

    As part of the District Office's Relay for Life team activities, during the month of November, several of our district office staff members are not shaving in order to raise funds and "grow" cancer awareness.  To support our team, visit our KCSD District Office Relay for Life Team website.  To find out more about No Shave November, visit

    No Shave November

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  • District Office Blood Drive

    Posted by Julie Putnam at 10/16/2015

    Red Cross Blood Drive Members of the District Office staff hosted and participated in a Red Cross Blood Drive on Friday, September 18.  We had two first time donors (Thanks Clara and Luci!) and several community members participate.  In total, we collected 20 units of blood.  Each unit will be used for three persons so overall, we saved 60 lives!

    To find out more about the Red Cross, visit

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