Category: Education

McClellan Selected As Dillon Middle School Teacher Of The Year

Ms. Jamie McClellan has been selected as Teacher of the Year at Dillon Middle School.

Two Latta High School Students Arrested For Allegedly Threatening School Shooting

Two Latta High School students were arrested today (Wednesday) for allegedly threatening a school shooting at Latta High School, according to Captain Cliff Arnette of the Dillon County Sheriff’s Office.

NETC Participating In Second Chance Pell Program

Northeastern Technical College is one of 64 colleges participating in the U.S. Department of Education’s Second Chance Pell Program.

Dillon District Four New Teachers Luncheon Held

The Dillon District Four new teachers luncheon was held at Twin Lakes Country Club on Wednesday, August 7th.

Dillon District Four Participating In Fresh Fruit And Vegetable Program

Dillon School District Four Office of Food Services is pleased to announce its participation in the Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Program for the 2019-2020 school year at Lake View Elementary, East, South, Stewart Heights, and Gordon.

District Four Principals And Assistant Principals Undergo Training In Preparation For New School Year

Principals, assistant principals, and some district staff underwent training last Tuesday in preparation for the new school year.

Local School Gets Hootie And The Blowfish Grant

The Hootie & the Blowfish Foundation announced its third annual multi-year grant cycle donations, granting a total of $120,000 over three years to four South Carolina charities working on projects that benefit veteran services and youth arts programs within the state of South Carolina.

Public Invited To Review Supplemental Textbooks And Instructional Materials

The public is invited to review supplemental textbooks and instructional materials for South Carolina High School Credential (SCHSC) courses that have been proposed for use in South Carolina’s public schools.

District Four Extends Summer Feeding Program

Dillon School District Four Superintendent Ray Rogers and Food Service Coordinator Missy Moody are pleased to announce that due to the success of the Seamless Summer Feeding Program it will be extended through August 8, 2019 at the Lake View Elementary and the Dillon High School sites.

NETC Awarded Funds To Pilot ‘Pathways To Diesel Technology Careers’

Northeastern Technical College was recently awarded $272,337 from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to pilot the “Pathways to Diesel Technology Careers” project.