January 12, 2017 - At its organizational meeting Tuesday, the Kershaw County Board of School Trustees swore in its newly elected members and elected new officers.
January 4, 2017 - Twenty Lugoff-Elgin High School students will have their artwork displayed at The Village Artists Art Gallery during January.
January 6, 2017 - Nine Kershaw County educators have been recertified with the highest credential available in the teaching profession, bringing the total number of Kershaw County School District (KCSD) employees who are National Board certified to 109.
At its Jan. 13 meeting, the Kershaw County School Board (KCSB) recognized two community volunteers for their service.
December 15, 2016 - The Kershaw County School District’s (KCSD) financial operations have again received the best audit results possible with “unmodified opinions” from an external independent CPA firm.
November 22, 2016 - The Kershaw County Teacher Forum organized a Pennies for Change campaign, raising $3,500.31 for the United Way of Kershaw County and American Red Cross to benefit Hurricane Matthew victims. Students and employees from Kershaw County School District schools brought in loose change, and SAFE Federal Credit Union and Regions Bank donated the services of counting all the coins and issuing the check. The project was the idea of Stover Middle School teacher Sarah Spoto.
November 2, 2016 - Central Carolina Technical College President Dr. Tim Hardee was recognized by the Kershaw County School Board for his leadership in forming a strong partnership with the school district. Under his tenure, dual enrollment offerings have been increased, a joint economic development campus is being developed and free tuition for Kershaw County graduates is available. Hardee is leaving CCTC to become the president of the South Carolina Technical College System.
November 18, 2016 - Baron DeKalb Elementary (BDK) students were recognized today by the Education Oversight Committee (EOC) for being one of two school winners in the “Read Your Way to the Big Game” contest. Thirty-one schools participated in the contest which required at least 70 percent of the school’s student body to read six books or more. BDK had 94 percent of its 215 students earn this requirement, reading a total of 1,212 book.