The Dorchester District 2 Education Foundation held the fifth Big Obstacle Challenge to raise money for Dorchester District 2 schools. 225 participants conquered the course on Saturday.
The BCSD is looking for drivers and drivers assistants to fill dozens of vacancies in their transportation department.
I truly have a pretty calm demeanor. Much of the time. A glaring exception is dealing with cell phones, especially those ringing throughout my immediate blood line. These convenient but madden…
Dorchester County is considering amending its budget, passed last month, to allow Dorchester District Two to receive additional property tax revenue to pay for teacher salaries.
The transportation department of Dorchester County School District 2 is making preparations for the upcoming school year.
When we visit Summerville Library (the George H. Seago, Jr., Branch of Dorchester County) on July 31, we might think we have entered Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
Campers at Beidler
The Berkeley County School District will hold a teacher recruitment fair this month.
The Lincolnville Elementary School bell rang through the main auditorium for the first time since 1969.
The Dorchester County District 2 school board voted unanimously to raise the prices of school breakfast and lunches for the 2019-2020 fiscal year.
The countdown is on for the first-ever South Carolina Aeronautical Training Center to welcome students later this year at Trident Technical College’s main campus in North Charleston.
On June 7, South Carolina Connections Academy, a statewide K-12 online public school, celebrated the graduation of more than 500 graduating seniors during a ceremony in Columbia.
Valedictorian: Ashleigh Morgan Allen Family: Delena Allen, mother; Chris Allen, father; Dylan Allen, brother; Austin Allen, brother.
The Dorchester County School District held its annual Teacher of the Year luncheon at Summerville Presbyterian Church.
The Berkeley County School Board has unanimously approved implementing a three-year pilot program for competency-based learning at one school in Berkeley County.
Jackson Radcliffe is no stranger to receiving awards and commendations. The Ashley Ridge senior has been class president from the 9th grade to the 11th grade and student body president in his …
The Dorchester Two Educational Foundation said goodbye to six members at their meeting this morning at the district office.
Dorchester District Two officials said they’re looking at a more than $7.8 million deficit in the proposed 2019-2020 budget and plan to seek a tax increase from County Council next week.
More than 1,000 residents of the Dorchester School District Two attendance area will have special privileges when they use their Senior Citizens Privilege Cards at school and district events a…
A student from the Dorchester County Career & Technology Center has taken the top prize for the second consecutive year in the First Aid/CPR competition at the SkillsUSA state championship…
An effort is underway to try to diminish the more than $500,000 in school lunch debt students across the tri-county have accrued this past school year.
The cafeteria at Summerville Elementary has a variety of choices for the students to choose from thanks to Pamela Eckert, cafeteria manager.
‘We are all talented, just in different ways’
Charleston Southern University broke ground for an additional health science building on Monday, January 28. The 13,272-square-foot building is an expansion to the first health science buildin…
Dorchester District Two officials are gearing up to tackle a top issue that’s long been on the minds of state residents: education reform.
The following local individuals have been named honor students for the fall 2018 academic term at Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College:
A fifth-grade student at Flowertown Elementary can cross a momentous item off her bucket list: publishing a book.
Old pizza boxes, shipping materials and tape – it was the starting formula for several Philip Simmons Middle students as they prepared for the final week of school before winter break.
Dorchester District Two school board is urging tax reform from legislators in the coming year.
Regional school districts will aim to tackle teacher retention in the upcoming new year.
Dorchester School District Two officials appear to be leaning toward using a construction manager at risk process to tackle their next project – turning the old Rollings Middle School of the A…
The incumbents prevailed in the Dorchester District Two race and are set to serve another four years on the district’s board of trustees.
Alston-Bailey Elementary hosted a Meet the Teacher event for Grandparents on Oct. 24 from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. Family members were invited to tour Alston-Bailey Elementary, meet their grandchildre…
One-fourth of America’s children live in mother-only families.
Technology has its pitfalls and benefits.
Beech Hill Elementary school counselor Tammy Masopust has been nominated for the 2018-2019 national LifeChanger of the Year award.
Gregg Middle School eighth-grader Caroline Gilstrap has been selected to represent Team USA in the 2018 Pan-American Judo Championships to be hosted in Ecuador Nov. 15.
Dorchester School District Two will celebrate academic excellence with the 2018 Academic Awards Programs to be held in October. In its 23rd year, this unique program will recognize the academi…
The Agriculture Programs at the Dorchester County Career & Technology Center and Ashley Ridge High have partnered to create the Dorchester County Young Farmers’ program.
Dorchester District Two’s school board has given Superintendent Joe Pye a “Superior” rating.
Victoria Smith of Summerville recently attended Space Camp at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center, home of Space Camp, Space Camp Robotics, Aviation Challenge and NASA Marshall Space Flight Cente…
Summerville is down to its final week of summer before area students head back to school.
Summerville High School Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps conducted its annual summer Freshman Indoctrination camp July 30 through Aug. 2.
With the start of the new school year just weeks away, Summerville Police Department is asking the community to help the agency provide for its less fortunate community members.
Dorchester District Two board members are adding four school resource officers from the Summerville Police Department for the upcoming school year to accommodate four elementary schools that h…
Ashley Ridge grad earns college degree, works for Charleston PD
Five Summerville High Navy JROTC Cadets attended the Navy JROTC Area SIX Navy JROTC Leadership Academy held at The Citadel in Charleston during the week of June 25-30.
Dorchester District Two approved a budget that includes $150,000 for new security officers.
Ashlee Rollison, of Summerville, graduated from Clarion University of Pennsylvania on May 12 with a MSLS Information and Library Science with School Library Media degree.
On Thursday mornings at Eagle Nest Elementary, some fourth-graders come to school dressed in Eagle Nest ties and dress pants. They are members of the Eagle Nest MOD Squad. The MOD Squad is the…