Anderson School District Three


Employment Opportunities

  • Director of Special Education-Click for more information. Resumes should be sent to Kathy Hipp at

    ESOL Teacher-resumes should be send to Kathy Hipp at

    Crescent High School-English Teacher, Business Education Teacher, Special Education Teacher, Boys PE Teacher, Girls PE Teacher, Music Teacher/Band Director-Resumes should be sent to Barry Jacks at

    Iva Elementary School-Reading Coach, 4th grade Math Teacher-Resumes should be sent to Eric Hughes at

    Starr Elementary School-1st Grade Teacher-Early Childhood Certification required. Prefer Elementary Education and Early Childhood Certification-Resumes should be sent to Melissa Davis at

    Substitutes needed-Anderson School District Three is in need of substitutes. If you are interested in becoming a substitute, please contact Cheryl Smith at 348-6196 ext 2000.

    ASD3 Bus Drivers needed-Applicants should contact Cindy Watkins at for information.

    Anderson County Alternative School-High School Science Teacher. Click for more information.

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Anderson School District Three takes Pride in creating teaching and learning environments for the Purpose of imparting World Class Knowledge and Skills into South Carolina Graduates who display Passion for the Life and Career Characteristics required to make a meaningful contribution to the community and society as a whole.


 District Three Building Teachers of the Year


Crescent High School--Jeff Craft
Starr Elementary-Sharon Harbin
Iva Elementary--Stephanie Harbert
Flat Rock Elementary--Andrea Lollis
Starr Iva Middle--Todd Johnson
Teacher of year  

2015-2016 Anderson 3 District Teacher of the Year

Mr. Jeff Craft

Mr. Craft has been a teacher and coach in Anderson District 3, at Crescent High School since 2002.  He teaches U.S. History and has played an integral role in the increased passing rate for both the AP U.S. History and end-of-course tests.  Jeff also serves as JV Softball Head Coach and Varsity Assistant Softball Coach.  Mr. Craft believes, “My classroom is my mission field as a role model.  Nothing is more important.”