Category: Education

Lake View Students To Be Published In Anthology

Recently, twenty-eight Lake View High School 8th grade students were selected to have their work published in the Creative Communications anthology honoring young poets entitled, A Celebration of Poets – Spring 2019.

A-1 Auto Transport Offering Scholarships For Local Students

A-1 Auto Transport Inc. is one of the top transport companies in the nation operating in South Carolina and they are currently holding a scholarship opportunity for any eligible students in Dillon County. Scholarships are awarded in the sum of $250, $500 and $1,000 per year.

Jacorie McCall Elected Secretary Of Wofford Campus Union

Jacorie McCall was elected as secretary of the Wofford Campus Union.

Palmetto Fellows Late Award Application Period Open Until June 14

The South Carolina Commission on Higher Education (CHE) announced today the Late Award application period for the Palmetto Fellows Scholarship is open until June 14, 2019.

East Kindergarteners Collect Funds For Animal Shelter

The students at East Elementary in Dillon have once again proven they have caring and giving hearts.

LMS Academic Challenge Team Crowned Division II State Champions of Academics

The Latta Middle School Academic Challenge Team had the honor of being crowned the Division II State Champions of Academics this school year.

Miller Wins Best Of Art Show Award At LVHS

Congratulations to senior Haley Miller for claiming Best of Show honors in this year’s Lake View High School Art Show.

Latta Student Collects Items For Animal Shelter

The Animal Shelter Donation Drive was a project Allyson Ray created in order to collect items for the Dillon County Animal Shelter.

FMU Faculty Members Honored At Awards Dinner

Four Francis Marion University faculty members were honored for outstanding individual work during the past year at the University’s annual faculty awards dinner Thursday night.

Latta Superintendent’s Contract Extended Until 2022

At the February meeting of the Latta School Board after an executive session, a motion to extend the Superintendent John Kirby’s contract through June 30, 2022 was made by Ray George and seconded by Stuart Poston. Vote was unanimous.