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

Dillon County Technology Center Hosts Trailblazer Summit

The Dillon County Technology Center hosted the Northeastern Technical College Trailblazer Summit July 26 – August 5.

Chevella German Wins State Head Start Award

Chevella German is the recipient of the South Carolina State Head Start Association’s Staff Of the Year Award.

CareSouth Gives Out Free School Supplies To 300 Students

CareSouth Carolina gave out free school supplies to 300 students in the Pee Dee area as part of its Back to School Drive-Thru Bash on Saturday at the Dillon Wellness Center.

First Day Of School At East Elementary

EAST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL—Here are some students at East Elementary School on the first day of school. (Photos by Dr. Miranda Page)

Latta School Board Minutes: June 2021 Meeting

Latta School Board Minutes: June 2021 Meeting

Dillon County Board Of Education: June 2021 Minutes

Dillon County Board Of Education: June 2021 Minutes

Khalil Wins Scholarship Essay Contest

0 Lea Foster Khalil is the winner of the Furman Bee and Linnie Bond Watson Essay Contest sponsored by the Isham and Mary Hays Watson Descendants Association. She will receive a $200 scholarship. Here is her winning essay: Why I’m Proud of My Watson Heritage By Lea Foster Khalil Descendant of William Latta High School…

Latta School Board Accepts Retirement Resignation Of Dr. John Kirby

The Latta School Board of Trustees accepted the retirement resignation of superintendent, Dr. John Kirby, at their June 8th meeting.

Dillon District Four School Board Approves 2021-2022 Budget

The Dillon District Four School Board approved their 2021-2022 proposed budget at their last meeting.

Dillon County Technology Student Receives Award For Success In Automotive Studies

CHRISTIAN BRITT, a Latta High School student enrolled at the Dillon County Technology Center Automotive Department, has been awarded a 180-piece set of tools and tool box from AutoZone in Dillon for achieving the highest grade and for his attendance at the Dillon County Technology Center.