Category: Education

District Four Board Adopts Changes To Content And Credit Recovery Policy

The Dillon District Four Board of Trustees adopted changes to the policy IKADD-R* Content and Credit Recovery.

Dillon District Four Board Adopts Changes To Student Absences And Excuses Policy

The Dillon District Four Board of Trustees adopted changes to Policy AR JH-R Student Absences and The Dillon District Four Board of Trustees adopted changes to Policy AR JH-R Student Absences and Excuses.

Two DMS Students Named Junior Scholars

Dillon Middle School is proud to announce that Chloe Dove and Charlotte Sellers, two eighth grade students, at Dillon Middle have been named 2018 South Carolina Junior Scholars.

FMU Honors Employees With Special Awards

Francis Marion University honored four employees with special awards at its annual Staff Awards Luncheon Thursday on campus.

Latta School Board Discusses Tuition, Other Matters

The Latta School Board of Trustees met for the regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, June 12, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. in the District Administrative Conference Room.

Evans Named Lake View High Teacher Of The Year

Congratulations to Lake View High School’s recently named 2018-2019 Teacher of the Year, Mrs. Samanthia Evans.

East Elementary Second Graders Participate In March Of a Dimes Project

East Elementary School second grade classes participated in a March of Dimes campaign for 2018, one of their school’s service learning projects.

Dillon Middle Student Accepted Into South Carolina Governor’s School Summer Program

Kelci Hunt, an 8th grader at Dillon Middle School, has been accepted into the South Carolina Governor’s School Summer Program for the Arts and Humanities.

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.