Category: Education

New S.C. Historical Society Educational Coordinator To Offer Free Resources To Dillon County Schools And Others, Oversee Other Statewide Initiatives

The South Carolina Historical Society (SCHS) has appointed Bailey Knight as its first Educational and Volunteer Coordinator. In this newly-created role, Knight will oversee education initiatives and outreach for teachers, students and schools throughout South Carolina that promote the SCHS and its archival resources.

Oliver Wins Award

Frank Oliver, the chief executive officer at Wildlife Action, Inc. in Mullins was honored by the Francis Marion University Department of Biology Tuesday, Oct. 3 with the presentation of the Lawrence F. Swails Award.

Final Order Issued In L.O.S.T. Case

The Honorable Michael G. Nettles, Circuit Court Judge, has issued a final order filed Thursday which held that Dillon County’s Council acted unlawfully when it, by a 4-3 vote, included Local Option Sales Tax (LOST) funds historically allocated to the Dillon County Board of Education in its own budget.

ATEC Student Passes All Ten Automotive Tests

Luis Delaluz has been a student in the Automotive Program at the Dillon County Technology Center beginning in the tenth grade.

Dillon District Four Teachers Of The Year Recognized (with video and photo gallery)

Ashleigh Paige Baxley, first grade teacher at East Elementary School, was named the 2017-2018 Teacher of the Year at the annual banquet held on Monday, September 18, 2017.

PHOTO GALLERY: Dillon Middle School Principal Calls On Pastors To Be More Involved With School

A special breakfast designed to encourage the involvement of ministers and youth pastors with Dillon Middle School students who attend their churches was held recently hosted by the DMS student council and administration.

Educational Entities Receive Literacy Grants

This morning, the Dollar General Literacy Foundation awarded nearly $100,000 in youth literacy grants to South Carolina schools and nonprofit organizations.

Online Classes Are A Real Thing At LVHS

Over 2000 students in South Carolina are enrolled in online courses through various programs. Dillon School District Four has partnered with EdOptions Academy to deliver online courses to our students in high school.

District Four Breakfast And Lunch Menus: September 12-15

Breakfast and Lunch mrnus for September 12-15

Latta School Board Minutes: August 8, 2017

The Latta School Board of Trustees met for the regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, August 8, 2017 in the District Administrative Conference Room.