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Child Identification Kits

In 2022, the South Carolina General Assembly unanimously passed S.1103, otherwise known as the South Carolina Child ID law. As a result, Spartanburg School District Three has been given at-home child ID kits that are available for each student. You may pick up a kit for your child(ren) at the school's front office. Please click here for more information.

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Posted Monday, March 27, 2023

eLearning day for all Students for Friday, March 3

At 3 am, there was a drastic change in the National Weather Service's forecast and its predictions of high wind speeds with gusts of over 40-50 mph, resulting in a wind advisory for all of Spartanburg County.
High winds are expected to begin at 1:00pm, which would not allow our drivers time to safely return students home if we opted for a half-day.
Therefore, because Spartanburg School District Three will always prioritize safety, schools and offices will have an eLearning day on Friday, March 3.
All afterschool activities, including Boys and Girls club and athletics, have been canceled.
Your students' schools will be in touch with you about eLearning assignments.

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Posted Thursday, March 2, 2023

Need the Internet?

If you need Internet, this is your call to action!

Do you live in an area that doesn't have access to the Internet?

Filling out this survey could help citizens of District Three be a higher priority in getting high-speed, fiber-based Internet in and around our community.

You can fill out the survey here.

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Posted Thursday, January 26, 2023

Free Parenting Class

Parenting is tough, but it's better with support! Join us for a free class for parents of children (from birth to 6 years old) on
November 18, 2022, at Pacolet Elementary School and Cowpens Elementary School. Click here for more information!

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Posted Monday, October 24, 2022

SCDOT construction to affect bus and car riders

According to SCDOT, there will be road resurfacing that will affect several roads in our District, beginning on October 1. This includes Clifton Glendale Road, from the traffic circle to Highway 176, which will be down to one lane for an expected 6-8 weeks. This will impact both car and bus riders on the afternoon commutes. Please expect road construction delays beginning next week.

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Posted Monday, September 26, 2022

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