A Glance into DSD4

T.O.Y 2020

It's the teacher that makes the difference,

not the classroom.

 

 ---F. Sionil Jose

2020 Dorchester School District Four Employees of the Year

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Alone We Can Do So Little;

Together We Can Do So Much.


--Helen Keller

Caroline Weathers

Mrs. Caroline Weathers

Click here to see how schools and educators across the country are learning from and adapting to the increased demand for virual learning. Our very own, Caroline Weathers was featured in this NPR print and audio story. 

 

Mrs. Weathers is the Project Lead the Way instructor and Community Instructional Liason at St. George Middle School. She was also the 2016 District Teacher of the Year.

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This summer, help your child become a confident, enthusiastic reader in the Summer Reading Skills Programs, offered by Clemson University's Center for Corporate Learning. Classes are taught by instructors from the Institute of Reading Development.

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Dorchester School District Four

2021-2022 Operating Budget

Tuesday, May 11, 2021

6:00 PM

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St. George Middle School

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Clemson Summer 2021 Reading Program

Clemson Summer Reading Program

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Linkit
LinkIt! provides instructional data warehousing, assessment solutions, and analytics to K-12 school districts. LinkIt! help schools streamline the process of collecting, managing, and analyzing student performance data to help improve academic achievement, save time, and increase overall productivity. Specifically, the company’s data warehouse and assessment platform enable partner school districts to store and analyze both third-party and locally generated data for all grade levels and subject areas. LinkIt! also provides custom analytical services for more effective decision-making and action planning. Dorchester 4 staff will be working with LinkIt! to more effectively deliver assessments and analyze student data to improve teaching and learning outcomes.

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A Call for Education Reform

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An academic opportunity offered throrough the

South Carolina Governor's School for Science and Mathematics

for high school students who are interested in engineering.

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Congratulations to Our 2020-2021 DD4 Teachers and Employees of the Year!

Teachers of the Year

Clay Hill Elementary-Chaquain Boone

Harleyville Elementary–Jennafer Easterlin

Williams Memorial Elementary-Jocelyn Fludd

St. George Middle-Marie Gladfelter

Harleyville-Ridgeville Middle-Tamara Washington

Woodland High-Brittany Sibert 

Rookie Teachers of the Year

Clay Hill Elementary-Nicole Mitchell

Harleyville Elementary-Rachel Chapiesky

Williams Memorial Elementary-Kaelah Primus

Woodland High-Andrew Chariker 

District Level

Classified Employee of the Year

Yulonda Rivers 

Appreciation

Classified Employee of the Year

Clay Hill Elementary-Gail Pinckney

Harleyville Elementary-Garrett Smith

Williams Memorial Elementary-Jessica Stickles

St. George Middle-Wendy Judy

Harleyville-Ridgeville Middle-Autumn Hart

Woodland High-LaTresha Davidson 

Bus Drivers of the Year

St. George Middle/Woodland High School: Ned Berry

Williams Memorial Elementary School: Annie R Johnson

Harleyville Elementary/Clay Hill Elementary/Harleyville-Ridgeville Middle: Vickie Carson