Category: Education

Latta School Board Elects Officers

At the March meeting of the Latta School Board, Dr. John Kirby conducted the election of board officers.

First Steps Board Agenda Announced

First Steps Board of Directors Meeting Agenda, City of Dillon Wellness Center, April 23, 2019

NETC To Deliver Unmanned Safety Institute’s CTE Curriculum

Unmanned Safety Institute (USI), the world-leader in remote pilot training and certification, announced that Northeastern Technical College in Cheraw, South Carolina and Hampton Public Schools in Virginia will be delivering USI’s CTE curriculum, the Small UAS Safety Certification™, to their students for the 2019-2020 school year.

Summer Courses Presented To District Four Board

The summer courses were presented to the Dillon District Four Board at their March meeting.

District Four Personnel Recommendations Approved

The Dillon District Four School board approved the following personnel recommendations.

Dillon District Four To Conduct Kindergarten Registration

Dillon School District Four will conduct kindergarten registration for all students who will be four-years-old on or before September 1, 2019 or five-years-old on or before September 1, 2019.

High School Seniors Recognized For Good Citizenship

The Daughters of the American Revolution awarded four high school seniors the Good Citizenship Award on March 12, 2019.

Congressman Rice Hold Educators Summit

Congressman Tom Rice and the South Carolina Ports Authority hosted an educator summit in Dillon County recently with the theme, “Connecting South Carolina Students With Opportunity.”

East Students Hold Food And Supplies Drive For Animal Shelter

Recently, the students at East Elementary held a food and supplies drive for the Dillon County Animal Shelter, and Mrs. Holli Strickland’s second grade class out-collected all the other classes at East Elementary.

NETC Reps Attend Washington, DC Summit

Representatives from Northeastern Technical College’s administration and Area Board of Commissioners recently attended the Community College National Legislative Summit in Washington, DC to advocate for policies and funding that will move the college forward in the future.