Renegade educator talks multiple firings, questioning authority and throwing ice at squirrels
When he was a former Pickens school superintendent Lee Shiver was never without suit and tie. On the day of this interview, he had a pony-tail and was wearing a Hawaiian shirt, shorts, baseball cap, Converse tennis shoes with no socks, and a rubber clown nose.
Since retiring as an educator, Lee Shiver has lived in Pickens County for about a year, keeping a low profile. Previously he served as superintendent of schools here from 1999 through 2005 and was also involved in numerous civic and church groups.
See Shiver's full interview in this week's print or online editions.