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Degrees Earned:

B.S. in Chemistry from Piedmont College - 1994

M.Ed. in Special Education from North Georgia College and State University - 2000

Ed.S. in Instructional Technology from Valdosta State University - 2004

Ed.D. in Teaching and Learning from Liberty University - 2014


2014 to Present - Valdosta State University

2004 to Present - GAVS

2000 to Present - South Habersham Middle School

1996-2000 - Alpine PsychoEducational Center

1995-1996 - Hall County DFACS

1994-1995 - Towns County Comprehensive School

As a teacher at South Habersham Middle School, I will focus on equipping students with the knowledge and skills needed to be responsible, productive members of their communities. I will also employ, diverse methods to help students reach their fullest potential to become well-rounded citizens of character.

Science is all around you! In science class, we will learn how to think like a scientist. We will explore the nature and composition of matter and the energy that moves it.

Science teaches us how to become effective problem-solvers in real-world situations. Therefore, as we learn science, we will identify how it applies to our lives. In addition to reading and discussing science content, we will design and carry out meaningful activities and draw conclusions based on our experiences. At home, discover the importance of science in everyday life by looking at the chemistry of baking a cake to fixing the family car with a metric wrench.