Kershaw County School District

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  • Students recognized at June school board meeting

    June 9, 2016 - Four high school students were recognized for their recent achievements at the June Kershaw County School Board meeting.

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  • KCSD students have opportunities for summer learning

    June 3, 2016 - Although the Kershaw County School District’s (KCSD) school year is over, local educators encourage students to continue the learning process this summer. (Includes information on summer reading, Summer Enrichment from Grades 1-8 and for High Schoolers, and open gym details.)

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  • Elena Gaston named 2016 SC Outstanding Biology Teacher

    May 17, 2016 - Camden High School Biology Instructor Elena Gaston has been selected as the 2016 SC Outstanding Biology Teacher. The honor identifies a teacher who has made valuable contributions to the profession and to her students.

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  • LEMS to celebrate School to Watch Award, reading goals

    May 16, 2016 - Lugoff-Elgin Middle School (LEMS) will celebrate being the first school in South Carolina to receive the national School to Watch award four times during an 8:30 a.m. assembly on Wednesday, May 18 and then more than 95 percent of the student body will load up on 12 school buses to travel to a Columbia Fireflies baseball game as a reward for meeting their reading goals.

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  • Morgan finalist for SC Superintendent of the Year Award

    May 16, 2016 - Kershaw County School District Superintendent Frank Morgan was one of four finalists for the 2017 Superintendent of the Year Award from the South Carolina Association of School Administrators. “I am honored to have been named as a finalist,” Morgan said. “I am extremely blessed to work in a school district with such outstanding students and staff and in a community that supports and values education.”

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    ATEC Student Garrit Strunga Wins Graphics Award

    May 12, 2016 - Garrit Strunga, a Camden High School junior in ATEC’s fall semester graphic communications class, was recently presented with The Printing Industry of the Carolinas (PICA) 2016 Student Achievement Award for high school students.

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  • Stover Middle social studies teacher Craig Jelks was named 2016 Kershaw County School District.

    Stover Middle's Craig Jelks is KCSD Teacher of the Year

    April 21, 2016 - Stover Middle School social studies teacher Craig Jelks was named 2016 Kershaw County School District Teacher of the Year at a gala Thursday while Camden High English teacher Amy Goodwin was named first alternate. Also honored during the evening’s celebration was Midway Elementary third grade teacher Lindsey Catoe who received the Outstanding First Year Teacher award. Pine Tree Hill Elementary Principal Melissa Royalty also was recognized as the district’s Principal of the Year.

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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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