Two Kershaw County School District (KCSD) educators are assuming new roles. North Central High School (NCHS) social studies teacher Katie Hough will become an Assistant Principal at Camden High School (CHS) and Nikki Ingram has moved into the position of Middle Level Reading Interventionist.
Hough is replacing Lesley Corner who became CHS Principal last month. She has taught at NCHS since 2013 and was named the school’s teacher of the year in 2016. Hough has been serving as an Administrative Assistant at NCHS this year and did principal internships at NCHS, CHS and Doby’s Mill Elementary School. She completed KCSD’s Developing Administrators Program and the Kershaw County Leadership Academy.
She received a Master of Education degree in Educational Leadership from Winthrop University, a Master of Arts degree in Teaching from the University of South Carolina (USC) and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Clemson University. While at USC, Hough received the Preston Award in Secondary Education. She is also a CHS alumna.
Ingram has been most recently serving as a Technology Integration and Implementation Specialist. Prior to that, she had been a 7th grade English Language Arts and social studies teacher at Lugoff-Elgin Middle School (LEMS) since 2016 and taught the same subjects at North Central Middle School (NCMS) for the previous ten years. She was the 2019 LEMS Teacher of the Year and the 2009 NCMS Teacher of the Year as well as the 2007 and 2008 NCMS Reading Teacher of the Year.
She received a Master of Education degree in Instructional Accommodations from Francis Marion University and a Bachelor of Arts in Middle Level Education degree from the USC. In her new position, Ingram will work closely with administrators and teachers to provide resources, professional development, mentoring and one-on-one assistance to teachers.