Dan Bozard, Chairman of the NETC Board, explained to the Dillon County Board of Education on Tuesday how NETC leveraged Dillon County Board of Education’s annual one mill ($73,113.01) for NETC to pay for 282 duplicated (took both Fall and Spring classes) Dillon County High School students (172 individuals) taking “dual credit” courses.
The work to fix the road at Lake View Elementary School will soon be underway thanks to the Dillon County Transportation Committee, according to Dillon District Four Superintendent Ray Rogers.
The Latta School Board unanimously passed a balanced general fund budget of approximately $11,000.000 for school year 2019-20 at its recent June School Trustee meeting.
Chairman Johnnie Daniels opened the meeting with prayer.
The South Carolina Ports Authority reported its strongest May on record, with 204,457 twenty-foot equivalent container units (TEUs) handled last month. Fiscal year-to-date TEU volume is up 9.7 percent, with 2,192,689 TEUs handled since the Port’s fiscal year began in July.
The Dillon County Board of Education approved their 2019-2020 budget at Tuesday morning’s meeting.
Construction work will be finishing up soon at Dillon High School.