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Dillon High School

 
Mr. Timothy Gibbs, Principal

 Ms. Wendy McDaniel, Assistant Principal
Ms. Sandy Cook, Assistant Principal 
 Mr. Jason Gunter, Assistant Principal
 

The mission of Dillon High School is to prepare all students to achieve excellence by creating an environment conducive to learning where students, staff, and families work together to promote the skills needed in a continuously changing world.

             
SCHOOL NEWS AND INFORMATION

Due to inclement uncertainties, Dillon High School’s Commencement Ceremony at Dillon Memorial Stadium will be postponed until Tuesday, June 2, 2020 at 9:00am. Dillon District Four wishes to provide a ceremony in which students can be honored without the threat of rain. Practice will be held on Monday, June 1, 2020 at 10:00 am.



Everyone should arrive on time.




Message to Graduates & Junior Marshals

*Graduation practice will begin at 10:00am on Monday, June 1st

* Seniors are required to wear your MASK and have on at all times.

*You will line up according to your last name in the designated area (along the white wall or on the baseball field)

*Walk through practice with directives from staff

*Receive your yellow card for your vehicle (if you drive, this is your entrance into the stadium)

*Receive your sashes and/or cords from the appropriate person

*Receive tickets

*Dismiss

 


Guest Message

*All guests must have a ticket regardless of age

*Please adhere to social distancing guidelines

*Please wear MASKS at all times

*Parking is at Stewart Heights Elementary

*Guests in need of handicap parking will park inside the stadium on the home side (must have decal)

*Guests whose child’s last name begins with A-K must sit on the home side of the stadium

*Guests whose child’s last name begins with L-Z must sit on the visitor’s side of the stadium

*Please hold your celebrations and applause until the end of the ceremony to ensure The Class of 2020 is given their just due.

                                                                                                                                                        

  

                                                                                                                                     Please be safe!

Messages for parents, school staff, and others working with children

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hildren about Coronavirus Disease 2019

Try to keep information simple and remind them that health and school officials are working hard to keep everyone safe and healthy.


      

  ALL 1ST SEMEMSTER TEXTBOOKS (EXCLUDING YEAR LONG CLASSES) SHOULD BE RETURNED TO THE SCHOOL AT THE END OF THE SEMESTER.


 
  

          FROM THE PRINCIPAL'S DESK


 



Sincerely,
Timothy P. Gibbs, Principal

 

Important Seniors!!!



FLU Shots Available at School
1. Go to http://www.scdhec.gov/slvcconsent using your smartphone, computer or tablet and enter 11704005 as your validation code. 2. Complete the online consent and submit to DHEC.
Paper consent forms are available.
See School Nurse for more information



 

MAY - until further notice

School is cancelled


 




CLASS OF 2020 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCE LIST





TEACHER WEB PAGES  


What's Happening

Cafeteria News:

Dillon School District Four has qualified again for the Community Eligibility Program (CEP) all students in Dillon School District Four receive FREE breakfast and FREE lunch daily. We want to encourage all students to take advantage of this opportunity.

For access to the Dillon School District Four Wellness Policy please go to our home page at http://www.dillon.k12.sc.us/ select Departments, Food Service, and Wellness Policy.




Retake Policy

There is no reason for any student at Dillon High School to fail. Every student has the opportunity to retake  any test, assignment, project or quiz which resulted in a failing grade or for grade improvement. Students are allowed a total of 5 retakes each nine weeks. Students and    teachers are responsible for arranging    suitable times for retakes.

Parent Resource Center

DHS now has a resource center available to all parents. Please call Ms. Cynthia Williams at 774-1230 ext. 226 for more  information

 

VERY IMPORTANT...PLEASE NOTE THE CHANGES!!!

 

ATTENDANCE INFORMATION

District policy is as follows:

The school year consists of 180 school days.  Attendance is the presence of a student on days when school is in session.  Students may be counted present only when they are actually at school, on homebound instruction, or are present at a school activity which is authorized by the school.  This may include field trips, athletic contests, academic contests, music festivals, student conventions and similar activities.

Students must have 120 hours of seat time to earn a Carnegie unit (60 hours for a ½ unit).

This limits all absences to 10 days (5 days for a ½ unit). This includes all days missed – excused, unexcused, bereavement, medical, etc.

When students have three (3) consecutive or five (5) total unexcused or unverified absences (by class and/or school day) the school will contact parents and develop a truancy intervention plan (TIP) for improved attendance.  Students under 17 years of age who violate a TIP will be referred to a higher authority for truancy.  Parents will be required to meet with administration to develop plan.

If you are not in class, you are marked absent!

*Only five (5) days can be made up to count toward ATTENDANCE RECOVERY.

 

ATEC STUDENTS
ALL students
will ride the bus to and from ATEC every day. If you are late and miss the bus to ATEC, your parent must sign you in at ATEC. Students of parents choosing not to take them to ATEC due to late arrival will remain in ISS until 3rd block or until students return from ATEC. Driving privileges for students going to ATEC will be at the principal’s discretion.

 


Links

 

 Library

Card Catalog

Discus

QuizList Interactive

DHS Student Handbook






Guidance Scholarship Information

Parents and students are being asked to create accounts for college planning and scholarship information. . . . Hundreds of scholarships are available through these websites currently.  Amounts will vary from $500-20,000.  Students will need to apply right away.  Local scholarships will become available at a later date.

 

www.cappex.com

www.fastweb.com

https://fafsa.ed.gov/

 

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The 2018-2019 Dillon High School School Improvement Council

Ex-officio Members:

Timothy Gibbs-Principal
Wendy McDaniel-Assistant Principal
Elected Members:
Charmane Bethea-Partent
India Farmer-Student
Amanda Hastings-Teacher
Nicholas Jackson-Student
Felicia McCollum-Teacher
David Owens-Parent
Maurice Robinson-Teacher
Stone Jackson-Student
Cynthia Williams-Teacher ( Chair)
Appointed Members:
Gary Cook- Community Member
Major Hulon- Community Member
Sherri Purnell- Community Member
Karen Stagg- Community Member


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