Florence School District Three

  • 125 S. Blanding St., PO Drawer 1389, Lake City, SC 29560
  • www.fsd3.org

Florence County School District Three, located in lower Florence County, is the second largest of the five school districts in the county. The district is at the midpoint between Columbia and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina - approximately 65 miles east of Columbia and 65 miles west of Myrtle Beach.

The Florence County School District Three System serves the communities of Lake City, Olanta, Scranton and Coward.  

The district is home to many well-known graduates, such as Challenger astronaut and physicist Dr. Ronald E. McNair, as well as many doctors, lawyers, educators, judges and business leaders.

A 9-member Board of Trustees, elected from seven single-member districts, governs the school district.

Florence School District Three
Jan 15, 2019
Other K-12
Must be certified or eligible for SC certification as a Media Specialist.
Florence School District Three
Jan 15, 2019
Other K-12
Must be certified or eligible for SC certification as a Guidance Counselor.
Florence School District Three
Jan 15, 2019
Other K-12
Must be certified or eligible for SC certification in Spanish Education.
Florence School District Three
Jan 15, 2019
Other K-12
Must be certified or eligible for SC certification in Physical Education.
Florence School District Three
Jan 15, 2019
Other K-12
Must be certified or eligible for SC certification in Music Education-Choral ,Voice,  or SC acceptable Music Education certifications with the required Choral classes.
Florence School District Three
Jan 15, 2019
Other K-12
Must be certified or eligible for SC certification in Art Education.
Florence School District Three
Jan 15, 2019
Other K-12
Must be certified or eligible for SC certification in Special Education-( Multi-Categorical preferred ).
Florence School District Three
Jan 15, 2019
Early Childhood
Must be certified or eligible for SC certification in Early Childhood Education.
Florence School District Three
Jan 15, 2019
Elementary
Must be certified or eligible for SC certification in Elementary Education.
Florence School District Three
Jan 15, 2019
Middle School
Must be certified or eligible for SC certification in Middle or Secondary Math.
Florence School District Three
Jan 15, 2019
Middle School
Must be certified or eligible for SC certification in Middle or Secondary Science.
Florence School District Three
Jan 15, 2019
Middle School
Must be certified or eligible for SC certification in Middle or Secondary English.
Florence School District Three
Jan 15, 2019
Middle School
Must be certified or eligible for SC certification in Middle or Secondary Social Studies.
Florence School District Three
Jan 15, 2019
High School
Must be certified or eligible for SC certification in Secondary Social Studies.
Florence School District Three
Jan 15, 2019
High School
Must be certified or eligible for SC certification in Secondary Science.
Florence School District Three
Jan 15, 2019
High School
Must be certified or eligible for SC certification in Secondary Math.
Florence School District Three
Jan 15, 2019
High School
Must be certified or eligible for SC certification in Secondary English.
Florence School District Three
Jan 03, 2019
High School
Must be certified or eligible for SC certification in Secondary English.
Florence School District Three
Jan 02, 2019
Elementary
School Guidance Counselor Must be certified or eligible for SC certification in Elementary Guidance.
Florence School District Three
Dec 07, 2018
Posting:                    Principal Start Date:               July 1, 2019 Responsible To:       Superintendent Salary:                      District Administrative Salary Schedule, 12 months Summary: •    To lead the school, its personnel, programs, and activities in a direction to yield the highest standards of achievement and instructional excellence for all students. Magnet School Pillars: •    Diversity •    Innovation Curriculum and Professional Development •    Academic Excellence •    High Quality Instructional Systems •    Family and Community Partnerships Major Responsibilities: •    Work with staff to ensure instructional practices provide various opportunities for diversity among the magnet school student population. •    Design, plan, and implement educational opportunities that are connected to an innovative curriculum and professional development for teachers and staff that are related to the Creative Arts and Science curriculum. •    Promote instructional best practices across all curriculums that promote academic excellence. •    Develop and support programs to enhance learning and exploration in a high quality  instructional system. •    Work with families and communities to build partnerships that provide or expand curriculum programs which support student success. •    Vision- fosters the success of all students by facilitating the development, communication, implementation, and evaluation of a shared vision of learning that reflects excellence and equity. •    Instructional Leadership- fosters the success of all students by leading the development and alignment of the organizational, instructional, and assessment strategies that enhance teaching and learning. •    Effective Management- fosters the success of all students by managing the school organization, its operations, and resources for a safe, efficient, and effective learning environment. •    Climate- fosters the success of all students by advocating, nurturing and sustaining a positive school climate. •    School/Community Relations- fosters the success of all students by collaborating effectively with Stakeholders, identifying and engaging business, community and higher education in partnerships with the school. •    Ethical Behavior- fosters the success of all students by demonstrating integrity, fairness, and ethical behavior. •    Interpersonal Skills- fosters the success of all students by interacting effectively with stakeholders and addressing their needs and concerns. •    Staff Development- fosters the success of all students by collaborating with school and district staff to plan and implement professional development activities that promote the achievement of school and district goals. •    Principal’s Professional Development- fosters the success of all students by using available resources and opportunities for professional growth. •    Student Growth- responsible for the success and achievement of all students by being accountable for student outcomes within federal, state, and local assessments and other evidence used to determine the academic growth or status of all students. •    Abides by all federal, state and local laws related to students and their well-being. Minimum Qualifications/Requirements: •    Master’s Degree in Educational Administration or a related field is required. •    South Carolina certification in Secondary Administration, or the ability to obtain such certification. •    Three to five years of successful teaching and administrative experience at the Secondary level preferred. Leadership Qualities Required: •    Ability to organize programs, personnel, and activities required for productive learning. •    Ability to manage financial, material and human resources effectively. •    Ability to develop, implement, monitor and evaluate program goals and initiatives. •    Ability to exercise strict confidence in handling sensitive information. •    Excellent written and verbal communication skills. This job description is intended to serve as a summary of the primary responsibilities and  qualifications for this position. It is not intended as inclusive of all duties an individual may be asked to perform while in this position or of all qualifications that may be required now or  in the future. The information contained in this job description is for compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and is not an exhaustive list of the duties performed for this position.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals erform the essential functions.