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This summer, the Kershaw County School District and the Kershaw County Library are working together to encourage all of our community to read "All Together Now!"

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School Registration 2024

Families of returning KCSD students—including families who completed their pre-kindergarten or kindergarten students’ initial enrollment this spring—will receive an email with your students’ registration codes and instructions to complete the online registration process on Monday, July 8. If you do not receive this email on July 8, please check your spam or promotions folder. If you do not see it, please contact your children’s schools for this registration code and information.

Read More about KCSD Registration Opens July 8, School Supply Lists posted online
News Graphic - Vaccine Clinic 2024

On July 1, 2024, the S.C. Department of Health & Environmental Control (DHEC) became two separate agencies: S.C. Department of Environmental Services (SCDES) and S.C. Department of Public Health (DPH). 

The S.C. Department of Public Health and the Kershaw County Health Department have informed the District of the following changes for the Back-to-School Vaccine Clinic scheduled for July 11.

Read More about Important update regarding Back-to-School Vaccine Clinic scheduled for July 11 in Camden
New Administrators 6-4-2024 News

Following the June 4 meeting, the Kershaw County School Board announced several administrative transfers and a new hire for the 2024-2025 school year. Leigh Abee is moving to Lugoff-Elgin High School as an assistant principal, Harriet Boykin-Garity moves to Jackson School as an assistant principal, and Kimm McDonald transfers to Midway Elementary as an assistant principal. Melissa Rabon will serve as an assistant principal at North Central High School.

Read More about KCSD announces administrative transfers and a new hire for 2024-2025 

Educating All Students for Success

Nestled in the heart of the Palmetto State, the Kershaw County School District is home to over 11,500 students and over 1,000 employees. Our graduation rate is over 90%, and more than 90 percent of our graduates attend college or some other form of continuing education, join the military or enter the workforce.

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