Category: Education

News from Dillon District Four (Dillon and Lake View), Dillon District Three (Latta Schools), Dillon Christian School, NETC (Northeastern Technical College), and other schools and colleges

Dr. Kellyson Poe Retires

Dr. Kellyson S. Poe recently retired after serving as an educator for 20 years.

National School Counseling Week Being Observed

National School Counseling Week is being observed this week. The theme is “School Counselors All In for All Students.”

Palmetto Promise Unveils Data Tool To Compare Key Education Metrics Across The State

Palmetto Promise Institute unveiled South Carolina’s first-of-its-kind data tool to compare key education metrics across the entire state and by individual school district.

Applications Being Accepted For DHS Mays Scholarship

Sgt. Major (Ret) Ulysses Wesley Scholarship has established a $1,000 scholarship in his name which will be awarded to a deserving 2021 Dillon High School graduate who enrolls in an accredited two or four year institution.

District Four Teacher Of The Year Recognized

Recently in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, Ms. Kelli Floyd, Lake View High School/Dillon School District Four Teacher of the Year for 2020-2021, was recognized by the South Carolina Alliance of Black School Educators Association.

Kyle Berry Recognized For School Board Service

Kyle Berry, a Latta School Board Trustee, has been recognized by the South Carolina School Boards Association for 15 years of school board service.

District Four Celebrates National School Board Recognition Month

Dillon School District Four will join school districts throughout the state and nation to celebrate School Board Recognition Month in January.

Foundation For Carolinas Accepting Scholarship Applications

Foundation For The Carolinas is now accepting 2021 applications for scholarship programs managed by the Charlotte-based community foundation. Applications are available at www.fftc.org/scholarships.

LATTA SCHOOL BOARD MINUTES

School Board meeting minutes

NETC Named Pacesetter Of The Year By National Council Of Marketing And Public Relations

Northeastern Technical College’s (NETC) President, Dr. Kyle Wagner, was named Pacesetter of the Year by the National Council of Marketing and Public Relations (NCMPR) District 2. The Pacesetter Award recognizes a community college president who has demonstrated exceptional leadership and support in college communications and marketing.