A new administrative team is in place at Gordon Elementary School, and they are ready and eager to have a productive and successful school year.
The South Carolina Department of Education has announced 102 new recipients of Robert C. Byrd Honors Scholarships, a program that promotes academic excellence using federal funds.
As we prepare to begin the 2010-2011 school year on August 16, Dillon School District Two is informing all students in grades 4-12 and their parents of the revised Discipline Code Book.
Latta FFA members Sarah Lane, Caleb Coleman, Kristen Herring and Doug Bowman will represent South Carolina in the National FFA Farm Business Management Finals to be held during the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana, in October, according to John W. Parris, state director of public affairs with the SC FFA organization.
Latta Superintendent John Kirby said at the Latta District’s next regular board meeting on August 10th, there will be discussion on what the next steps are for the Latta District now that the Dillon County Board of Education has ruled to go with the assessed valuation funding formula.
Dillon County First Steps is now accepting applications of Parent As Teachers Program.
The Dillon County Board of Education voted 5-3 on Tuesday morning to follow a recommendation from the Dillon County legislative delegation asking the board to change the local school funding formula basing it on assessed valuation and not a per pupil basis as has been previously done.
On Sunday, July 11, counselors and leaders from Camp Pinehill came to Mount Calvary Baptist Church to minister during the Sunday evening service. The group sang, gave testimonies, performed skits, and shared from the Bible.
The Dillon District Two School 2010-2011 budget was presented at the June 21st meeting of the Dillon District Two School Board.
The school funding formula is on Tuesday’s agenda for the Dillon County School Board.