Eighteen Kershaw County School District students were recognized by the Kershaw County School Board Tuesday night for earning perfect scores on standardized tests given this spring. Camden Middle student Brianna Vergara was the only KCSD student to earn a perfect score on at least one section of SCPASS which measures student performance on the South Carolina Academic Standards for students in grades four through eight. The other 17 students earned perfect scores on at least one section of the ACT Aspire test given for the first time this spring to students in grades three through eight.
Pictured front row, left to right: Andrew Langmo (English), Doby’s Mill Elementary; William Hayden (English), Doby’s Mill Elementary; Holly Parker (writing), Lugoff Elementary; Liliana Battiata (writing), Camden Elementary; Brianna Vergara (social studies), Camden Middle; Mary Boucher (science), Camden Middle; Karrie Broughton (writing), North Central Middle; and Mary Parsons (writing), Stover Middle.
Pictured back row, left to right: William Morris (writing), Lugoff-Elgin Middle; Tiffanie Cheung (writing), Camden Middle; Morgan Jones (reading), Camden Middle; Charlotte Morris (reading), Lugoff Elementary; Molly Edenfield (English), Lugoff-Elgin High; Sarah Hanson (English), Lugoff-Elgin High; Kaleigh Mullis (English), Lugoff-Elgin High; and Alex Stribling (writing), Lugoff-Elgin High