Category: Education

DMS Cast Votes For Book Awards

These Dillon Middle School students recently cast their votes in a statewide reading program called the South Carolina Junior Book Award.

Dillon District Four Receives Unclaimed Funds

State Treasurer Curtis Loftis identified nearly $200,000 in unclaimed funds for South Carolina school districts Thursday.

Latta School Board Minutes: February 2018

The Latta School Board of Trustees met for the regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. in the District Administrative Conference Room.

Lake View Seventh Graders Create Models

Lake View students in Mrs. Sharon Ann Williams’ seventh grade science classes created models of plant and animal cells.

Pell Grants Available For NETC’s Summer Semester

For the first time in years, eligible students at Northeastern Technical College will be able to receive Pell Grants to assist with the cost of the 2018 Summer Semester, which begins May 14.

LVHS Students Participate In USC Honor Band

Lake View High School Band members Caroline Dale and Abby Smith were recently selected to participate in the USC Honor Band.

Dillon County First Steps Initiates Reading Program At Hamer-Canaan Head Start

Dillon County First Steps (DCFS) is partnering with a literacy foundation to initiate the Raising A Reader (RAR) Program at Hamer Canaan Head Start.

Latta School Board: January 2018 Minutes

The Latta School Board of Trustees met for the regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, January 9, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. in the District Administrative Conference Room.

District Four Superintendent Pledges To Take All Threats Of School Violence Seriously

After various claims of impending school violence in recent days in light of the recent tragedy in Florida, Dillon District Four Superintendent Ray Rogers states his commitment to all community stakeholders to take any threat seriously.

Sheriff’s Office Investigating Rumored School Shooting Threat At DHS

On Monday, February 19, 2018 the school resource officer at Dillon High School was made aware that there was a social media post threat concerning a school shooting at Dillon High School, according to Captain Cliff Arnette.