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  • 4K CERDEP Registration is Ongoing

    Williamsburg County School District is now accepting applications for children who turn 4 years old on or before September 1, 2019. Student screening to identify readiness levels is required prior to placement. Parents, you will need to complete a 2019-2020 enrollment application. If your child is accepted, you will be notified. For more information, please contact Ruby Faison, Coordinator of Early Childhood & Parenting, at 843-355-5571 ext. 6177

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  • Health and Safety Awareness Fair

    WCSD Office of Parenting will host a Health and Safety Awareness Fair on Saturday, May 4, 2019. This event will take place at Kingstree High School Gymnasium located at 616 Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue Kingstree, SC 29556. For more information, please contact Ruby Faison, Coordinator of Early Childhood & Parenting, at 843-355-5571 ext. 6177.

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  • 3rd Grade Teacher Chosen To Attend Summer Institute

    Anitra Williams, a 3rd Grade Teacher at Hemingway Elementary School, will be attending the Science P.L.U.S Instititue this summer in Greenville, SC. Ms. Williams will take part in a physical science course designed for 3rd grade students. Congratulations Ms. Williams!

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  • Student at KMMSA Receives PERFECT SCORE on PSAT Reading

    Kimberlyn McKnight, student at Kingstree Middle Magnet School of the Arts (KMMSA), receives a PERFECT SCORE on the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test (PSAT) Reading Test. This accomplishment qualifies her to be a SC Junior Scholar. She will be recognized and receive an Award of Merit Certificate from the SC Department of Education.

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  • Senior at Kingstree High School Receives the Palmetto Fellows Scholarship

    Janae Dorsey, a senior at Kingstree High School, has been selected to receive the highly coveted Palmetto Fellows Scholarship, a merit-based program established in 1988 to recognize the most academically talented high school seniors and encourage these students to attend college in the State.

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