eLearning day
Due to the current road conditions, Spartanburg County School District Three will have an eLearning day on Thursday, January 20, 2022. This will be an eLearning day for all students. Students will be able to log on to their devices and expected to complete assignments.

Whenever our District has dealt with inclement weather, our administrators check all roads and streets in our district to make sure our student drivers and buses can travel safely. While many of our streets have thawed out from this past week's storm, several roads, like the ones pictured below, have not.

District Three tries to make this decision as early as possible without preeminently closing. We understand how difficult it is for all families but we do try to give as much advanced notice as possible!

Transportation

Transportation


Support services are essential to the successful function of a school system. The administration must design school business and other support operations to support a quality educational program. Education is the district's central function. All support services must be provided, guided and evaluated by this requirement.
In order to provide support services that are truly supportive of the educational program, the board establishes these broad goals.
  • To provide a physical environment for teaching and learning that is safe and pleasant for students, staff and public
  • To provide safe transportation for students to and from school and nutritious meals for students
  • To provide an efficient and effective system for financial management and accountability
  • To provide support services with timely and high quality resources and assistance in the areas of accounting, transportation, food service and maintenance.

Contact:

James Mack
Assistant Superintendent for Finance & Operations
[email protected]

Jermaine Ballenger
Coordinator, Transportation
[email protected]