Anderson School District Four

Anderson School District Four is located in the picturesque Upstate region of South Carolina within the communities of Sandy Springs, Pendleton, and Townville and closely located to the larger cities of Anderson and Greenville. Anderson District Four is just the right size with approximately 3,000 students. We are comprised of six schools with four elementary schools, and one middle school which feeds into one high school.

We balance low student/teacher ratios with large school opportunities. Our programs such as STEAM, Leader in Me, the Arts, and Technology prepare our students for life beyond their school experiences. The students in Anderson District Four are high achieving, having test scores which fall within the top percentages in the state. All six of our schools listed as being among the healthiest schools in the nation. 

Anderson District Four boasts a family atmosphere. We are One Team, creating a welcoming and friendly atmosphere for students, parents, and each other. We demonstrate this by listening, engaging, and communicating clearly.

Anderson District Four encourages a balance of academics, athletics, and service. We provide multiple avenues for the personal growth of our students.

We invite you to join our team. GOING ABOVE AND BEYOND IS THE ANDERSON 4 EXPERIENCE! #experience4

Anderson School District Four
Jan 23, 2019
QUALIFICATIONS:  SC certification in any middle-level/school, PK-12, or CATE area, plus Project Lead the Way certification; Experience in Design and Modeling and/or Automation and Robotics, preferred Summary: Under the direct supervision of the principal, the Project Lead The Way (PLTW) teacher is responsible for classroom instruction of the PLTW Design and Modeling, and Automation and Robotics courses, which integrates science, technology and math concepts with engineering. Provides innovate and creative, commitment to STEM education, and an overall passion for project, problem-based learning with real world application. Ensures all students acquire the course level objectives set forth in the PLTW Curriculum.   Responsibilities include: Attend necessary training (including summer) Expand the STEM initiative at the middle school level Technology and coaching professional development Lead LEGO after-school club Monitor and enhance learning using multiple strategies such as observation of student performance, appropriate questioning techniques, formal and informal assessment, appropriate adjustment of instructional strategies, effective instructional feedback, and appropriate and sufficient reviews and summaries of content and skills Maintain and reinforces appropriate expectations for student performance and responsibility, and student expectations for completing assignments Display confidence and enthusiasm, and promotes student to student interactions and student to teacher interactions Establish and communicate to students and parents clear and appropriate rules and consequences for student behavior, and enforces rules in a fair and consistent manner Maintain confidentiality of student records Work cooperatively with the district Attend staff meetings and serves on committees, as required Fulfill professional responsibilities beyond the classroom Perform requirements as established by state and federal laws and requirements established by the Board of Trustees Performs other duties as directed
Anderson School District Four
Jan 23, 2019
Summary: Provide leadership in the development and implementation of the ESOL program at Riverside Middle School and Pendleton High School. The ESOL teacher will also assist in the improvement of instruction and assessment of Limited English Proficient Students. Responsibilities include: Identify and assess LEP students as assigned. Plan and provide instruction, assessment, and monitoring of LEP students and their records. Communicate with parents regarding academic progress and school programs. Coordinate services with school personnel and staff. Coordinate and implement professional development opportunities that provide teachers with content knowledge and best-practice instructional and assessment strategies for LEP students. Monitors and enhances learning using multiple strategies such as observation of student performance, appropriate questioning techniques, informal assessment, appropriate adjustment of instructional strategies, effective instructional feedback, and appropriate and sufficient reviews and summaries of content and skills. Maintains and reinforces appropriate expectations for student performance and responsibility, and student expectations for completing assignments. Displays confidence and enthusiasm, and promotes student to student interactions and student to teacher interactions. Establishes and communicates to student and parents clear and appropriate rules and consequences for student behavior, and enforces rules in a fair and consistent manner. Maintains confidentiality of student records. Works cooperatively with the district. Attends staff meetings and serves on committees as required. Fulfills professional responsibilities beyond the classroom. Participates in professional development programs. Performs requirements as established by state and federal laws and requirements established by the Board of Trustees. Performs other duties as directed.
Anderson School District Four
Jan 03, 2019
Other K-12
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution; valid South Carolina teaching certificate; knowledge in SC Academic Standards and documented successful teaching experience with adults, preferred; proficiency in the use of technology Job Goal: To teach adult students the content and skills needed for successful completion of High School Equivalency and WorkKeys exams. Performance Responsibilities:  Plans and provides daily instruction that meets the individual needs, interests, abilities, and developmental levels of assigned students; Provides content for learners that is appropriate for the unit objectives, for students’ ability and developmental levels and maintains a pace appropriate for all students; WorkKeys Certification, preferred (tests and/or classes offered in July and August at Anderson Adult Education Center) Participates in professional development programs and Adult Education Training Performs other duties as directed