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

School Report Cards Released

On September 1, the State Department of Education released its 2020-2021 report card, a summary of exam scores, graduation rates, and school conditions in 80 South Carolina public school districts.

Latta Student Awarded Music Grant

Mariah K. Melton, daughter of Tramaine Spears, has been awarded the Kathleen Lazar Baskin-Florence Symphony Guild musical grant.

Dillon Native Makes Delivery To District Four

BRANDON ALLEN, a Dillon native who now lives in Rock Hill, delivered 50 booksacks to Dillon District Four filled with school supplies.

LVHS Assistant Principal Wants To Equip Students With Tools To Become Productive Citizens

Chris Ray has been named Lake View High School’s new assistant principal.

New Lake View Elementary Principal Hopes To Be A Role Model

Mrs. Tamara Denise Nance-Bethea is the new Principal at Lake View Elementary School in Lake View, South Carolina. She has been in Education for 26 years.

Latta Schools Offers Free Summer Recovery Camp

Latta Schools offered a free two-week “Summer Recovery Camp for the Academics through S.T.E.A.M.” (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math) on July 26-29 and August 2-5.

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)