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Literacy Spot Graphic Kinard Wins the South Carolina Reading Recovery Literacy Spot Award
 
Kinard applied for the Literacy Spot Award from the state department. This prestigious award is granted to schools which promote and strengthen Reading Recovery as an effective resource. Members from the Reading Recovery Advisory Council, Clemson University, and the State Department recognized Kinard’s achievements in literacy school wide.
 
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News & Announcements

  • Kinard awarded two Clover Leaf Grants

    Ms. Hubbard was awarded her grant for "One Page at a Time". This grant provides supplemental books for students in grades K-2. She will be able to buy leveled guided reading books through Scholastic in subjects such as biographies, weather, seasons, history, literary elements, and poetry. Ms. Cato's grant was for "Family Literacy Packs". Her grant enables students to choose one literacy pack of books to take home and share with their families each week, and students will have the opportunity to earn a personal book while creating the habit of family literacy time and becoming stronger readers.

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  • The Cat in the Hat and Mayor Grice Visit Kinard

    The South Carolina Education Association AND Cat in the Hat visited Kinard this morning to talk about the importance of reading. Clover mayor Mr. Donnie Grice even read a story to the students. All students in PK-2 were given a Dr. Suess book and a goodie bag from the SCEA.

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  • Kinard's 2013-2014 Report to the People

    This is the annual Kinard Elementary School's Report to the People.

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  • A Discount For You and Funds for Kinard

    Sloan Financial, one of Kinard's community partners, offers a coupon toward tax preparation service and additonal funds for Kinard.

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  • Kinard Elementary Earns State Award and $1,000 Grant

    Kinard Elementary has received a state recognition from the South Carolina Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (SC-ASCD) for its extensive efforts to engage all students.

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  • Fall Festival Pictures are Posted

    Visit the Kinard Photo Gallery under the "Our School" tab to view some great snapshots taken by Kinard staff.

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  • CSD Partners with Kelly for Substitutes

    Kelly Educational Staffing has been selected to coordinate and manage all aspects of Clover School District's substitute teacher progam. Click the headline above for more details.

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  • Fourth Graders Plant a Legacy

    Mr. Eller's fourth graders planted a variety of flowering plants in Clover's Centennial Park, leaving their mark on this historical site.

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  • First Graders Author Panda Books

    Ms. Hoops' class has worked hard for over two weeks on their Panda research and resulting books. Here they show off the result!

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  •  Bench

    Leadership at Work -- Kinard's Bench Project

    How many times have you seen a situation and thought, “someone should really do something about that?” Kinard fourth grader, Lucas Raetz didn’t wait for someone else to take on his cause, he was proactive in making a change that would become a win-win for everyone

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