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Subjects Taught
First Grade


I received my Bachelor of Science degree, in Elementary Education, from Erskine College in Due West, South Carolina. My M.A.Ed., with a focus in reading, came from Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, Tennessee. I am National Board Certified in Early Childhood Education. I am trained through the SC Office of Teacher Effectiveness as a High Progress Literacy Classroom instructor.


My 32 year teaching adventure began as a kindergarten and first grade teacher in Clarksville, Tennessee. As my husband completed his U.S. Army pilot responsibilities, we moved to Greenwood, South Carolina where I taught fifth grade, initially, and moved to second grade. As our adventure brought us to Pawleys Island, I started in 2nd grade at Kensington Elementary. After 5 years as a Kensington Koala, I moved to Waccamaw Elementary to teach 4th grade. Due to my National Board Certification, I was not able to move to the newly opened WIS with my 4th grade team. Therefore, Ms. Reid gave me the opportunity to return to teaching 2nd grade. During the past 4 years, my adventure has come full circle as I am, again, teaching 1st grade. I am honored to serve as a member of Coastal Carolina's Teacher Education Advisory Council. What an awesome adventure. I am excited for each and every day.


I am very excited to be teaching your first grader this year. We have many fun and exciting activities planned and I look forward to much parental involvement.

As many of you know, this is my thirty-second year as an educator.

My husband, Hunter, is the director of the Warrior Virtual Online Academy. We have a son, Christopher, who is a graduate of Clemson University and works for American Timberland. He and his wife Kaelyn live in Lexington, SC where she is a K-4 teacher. We, also, have a daughter, Cayla, who is married to Alex Long. They live in Augusta, GA where she is beginning her first year as a second grade teacher.

When not participating in school activities or spending time with our children, you will find me encouraging our nieces in their many activities, enjoying my home, reading, or relaxing at the beach.

I look forward to our class becoming a family where we will share a new adventure each day. Included in our class family is a turtle, Franklin. As we progress through this year, we will share many moments of growth and challenges, as well as, loads of fun.

You may reach me at school, 237-4233, or at the home number sent home with your child.