I grew up in small town Alabama and attended college at the University of Alabama. I was very active in my sorority, Pi Beta Phi and was also a student assistant to advisers in the College of Arts and Sciences. It was while working as a student assistant that I discovered that I enjoyed helping people learn new things. After college, I got a job as a newspaper reporter and I also got engaged. Once I was married my husband and I moved to North Carolina where I held my first teaching position. After several moves, my family and I have found ourselves back in Alabama which we are proud to call home.
Bachelor of Arts, University of Alabama
Master of Education, Armstrong Atlantic State University
Middle Grades 4-8
I have taught Middle School Language Arts for 15 years. I taught 6th,7th,8th grades while living in Raleigh, North Carolina, and I taught 6th and 7th grades while living in Savannah, Georgia. I then moved to Augusta, Georgia where I taught 7th and 8th grade Language Arts.
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