Category: Education

District Four Board Approves Personnel Recommendations

The Dillon District Four School Board approved the following personnel recommendations at their meeting.

First Steps Provides Training For Child Care Providers

The Dillon County First Steps Partnership Board in partnership with South Carolina Center for Child Care Career Development provided 21 hours of training for child care providers from January – May 2018 to ensure that every professional is certified to work with children 0-5 years of age.

Mechatronics Students Compete In Statewide Competition

Kevin Daniels and Reed Hardenbergh represented Dillon County in the statewide Mechatronics high school team competition held at the TD Convention Center in Greenville, SC.

Litter Trashes Everyone Message Brought To East Elementary Students

The Columbia Marionette Theatre and PalmettoPride presented “Litter Trashes Everyone” to four-year-old kindergarten, kindergarten and first grade students at East Elementary School on May 7, 2018.

Kilowatts Kitchen Presented At East Elementary

The National Theatre for Children presented Kilowatts Kitchen at East Elementary School recently. The purpose of the program is to teach about energy and resource conservation.

Latta School Board: May 2018 Minutes

The Latta School Board of Trustees met for the regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, May 8, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. in the Latta Elementary School Library.

District Four Board Takes Up FOIA Policy

The Dillon District Four School Board took up the policy regarding the Public’s Right to Know/Freedom of Information.

East Second Graders Visit South Of The Border

The second graders (Mrs. Dotson’s class, Miss Hamilton’s class, Miss Moody’s Class, Mrs. Price’s class, and Mrs. Strickland’s Class) at East Elementary went on a field trip to South of the Border.

ATEC’s Automotive Technology Program Undergoes Transformation

The Automotive Technology Program at the Dillon County Technology Center has undergone a transformation from being National Automotive Technology Education Foundation (NATEF) to becoming the new accredited Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Program.

DCS Educators Participate In STEM Workshop

ORANGEBURG – The South Carolina Independent School Association recently sponsored a STEM Workshop for its member schools.
SCISA Executive Director Larry Watt said that Bambi Eggert, Amanda Mussman, and Heather Peeler, faculty members at Dillon Christain School, completed the event where participants experienced innovative methods to integrate engineering design process into their STEM curriculum.