Welcome to Dillon Christian School. Can you believe that it is almost September and school has begun and summer is almost gone? Time is really flying by. But we are ready for whatever comes our way and I have many testimonies to that fact in today’s article.
Dillon County Board of Education meeting will be held August 24th at
9:30 a.m. on the third floor of the City-County Complex in Dillon.
South Carolina’s 2010 public high school graduates matched last year’s performance on the ACT college entrance exam despite an increase of more than 1,100 additional test-takers, the company said. The national average was down slightly.
The Bull Lee Memorial Chapel at Dillon Christian School will be dedicated on Friday, August 20th at 6:15 p.m., according to Headmaster John Davis.
Students headed back-to-school on Monday. As of press time, The Herald heard that the opening went smoothly with no major problems.
Latiffa Smith, an honors graduate of Dillon High School, has been awarded the Gordon Alumni Scholarship.
In the month of June 2010, Mrs. Kimberly H. Dease along with two of her coworkers traveled to Columbia, S.C. for and AMI Regional Award ceremony.
Dease was very astonished that she was selected as Teacher of the Year.
Dease is a Dillon resident and the daughter of Ann. H. Manning and Phillips M. Hamer.
Two people were reappointed to the Dillon County Library Board at a recent meeting of the Dillon County Council.
State Superintendent of Education Jim Rex said today that
federal funds approved by Congress on Tuesday would likely save more
than 2,000 South Carolina teachers from getting pink slips next summer.
A new administrative team is in place at Gordon Elementary School, and they are ready and eager to have a productive and successful school year.