Mandy Reinert serves as Director of Secondary Instruction and Teacher Quality for Anderson School District Three. Her duties encompass various areas including middle and high school curriculum, district testing, personnel and certification, teacher evaluation, mentoring and induction, student learning objectives, textbook coordination, and professional development. Mrs. Reinert has spent twenty-eight years in the field of education, including teaching science at Crescent High School in School District Three. She began her teaching career at Southwood Middle School where she taught science and math. Before moving into a director’s position, Mrs. Reinert served as an assistant principal at the middle school level and as an assistant principal of curriculum and instruction at the high school level. Before moving to Anderson Three, she was the associate principal at Belton – Honea Path High School.
Mrs. Reinert grew up in Anderson, SC and is a 1984 graduate of Westside High School. She graduated from Clemson University in 1988 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Science Teaching from Clemson University. In 1996, Mrs. Reinert graduated with a Master of Education Degree in Administration and Supervision from Clemson University.
Mrs. Reinert met her husband Greg in high school and they have been married for twenty-eight years. They have three children, Samuel, William, and Anna-Frances. When away from work, Mrs. Reinert enjoys watching her children play sports and spending time with her family.
Mrs. Reinert feels fortunate to be a part of the Anderson School District Three community.