Before my experience at Oconee Middle School, I was a high school special education teacher in two different Georgia school districts. I taught students who were on the autism spectrum and had emotional and behavioral disorders. Most recently, I also served as a high school graduation coach in my previous district. I was also fortunate enough to coach student-athletes in football and wrestling.
In order to prepare myself for my role as an educator, I attended Clemson University in South Carolina where I received a Bachelor's Degrees in Special Education. During my teaching career I completed my Master's Degree in Educational Leadership at Georgia State University and Education Specialist Degree in Educational Leadership at Valdosta State University. I am currently pursuing a Doctoral Degree at Valdosta State University.
I look forward to a great year here at Oconee County Middle School with our fabulous young Braves and outstanding staff.