Dorchester District Two board members are postponing the change in bell schedules for the schools.
Recipients of the Palmetto Gold and Silver awards were recognized for general academic performance during DD2’s board meeting June 9.
Cellphone usage in Dorchester District Two high schools is now permitted during specific times throughout the day.
Rep. Jenny Horne has awarded her annual $1,000 college scholarship to Aurie Engel Schmieding, a recent graduate of Pinewood Preparatory School.
Eight students from local schools recently performed at the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) Tournament in Louisville, Ky., in May. A …
Larry Barnfield sees a lot of painting and music in his future.
A group of student Eaglets from Eagle Nest Elementary recently decided to band together to save some real-life eagles.
Clay Hill Elementary School in Ridgeville recently announced its Fourth Quarter Awards.
A recent press release from Dorchester District Two invites parents and community members to participate in a six-session parent education series to learn more about world class expectations for learning.
Since September, Morelisa Sabb’s second graders at Joseph R. Pye Elementary have been working on their own books.
When Ashlee Rollison’s friends come across a bug or spider in their rooms she knows their initial instinct is to kill it.
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On May 28 the well-known Spoleto Festival USA sprang to life in Charleston – and will continue until June 8.
Pics from the 2014 ARHS Graduation held May 30.
A motion to prohibit the use or possession of electronic cigarettes continues to move through the school district.
Krish Patel has always had a love for geography, and that love recently earned him fifth place in the 26th annual National Geographic Bee.
Kimberly Krauklis recalls a time she gave one of her students a little, inexpensive journal.
Nicole Richardson knew she wanted to become a teacher when she was in high school.
Prenn Woods, seventh grade world history teacher at Alston Middle School, was recently selected as Barnes & Noble’s local Teacher of the Year.
A collective 884 years of service and legacies is being left behind as Dorchester District Two bids farewell to 40 retiring employees.
Pinewood Prep announced its first group of graduating seniors to accept college scholarship offerings: Logan Dwyer, attending Middlebury College; …
STARTS (Students Turning to the Arts) is an eight day (half-day) summer arts program for current first and second grade students who live in the Dorchester District Two attendance area.
When she was a student at Stratford High School in Goose Creek, Kimberly Freeman enjoyed being a teacher cadet.
Mary Mizell, daughter of Thomas and Tina Mizell of Summerville, has been named to the Dean’s List for the second time at Winthrop University.
The Dorchester County School District Four Board of Trustees has announced the selection of Morris Ravenell as superintendent of education for the District, following a nationwide search.