Phone: 706-769-7941 ext. 1035
Degrees and Certifications:
Bachelor of Science- History and Political Science- Shorter College 2002 Master's Degree- Library Media Technology- Georgia State University 2008 Political Science (Grades 6-12) History (Grades 6-12) Geography (Grades 6-12) Economics (Grades 6-12) Behavioral Science (Grades 6-12) Media Specialist (Grades PreK-12) Early Childhood Education (Grades PreK-5) Middle Grades Endorsement ESOL Endorsement Gifted Endorsement Library of Congress Summer Teacher Institute 2011 Teacher of the Year 2012-2013- Atha Road Elementary School, Walton County Teacher of the Year 2015-2016- Oconee County Primary School, Oconee County
Mrs. Paulette Moon
Paulette Moon is the Media Specialist for Oconee County Primary School. Her career in education started in 2002 at Conyers Middle School in Conyers, Georgia. While at CMS, she taught 7th grade social studies for two years and coached the CMS cheerleading squad. In 2004, she began teaching at Youth Middle School in Walton County. Paulette taught 6th grade social studies for three years at YMS. During her time at YMS, she coached cheerleading, served as the SST chairperson for her team, and worked on the textbook adoption committee for the social studies department. In 2007, she started her journey as a Media Specialist/Librarian at Atha Road Elementary School in Walton County. During her time at ARES, she served on the Title I committee, the Leadership Team, organized Literacy Nights, and school book fairs. One of Paulette's most exciting experiences as a Media Specialist came in the summer of 2011, as she was honored to be selected to participate in the Library of Congress Summer Teacher Institute in Washington D.C. Paulette has been the Oconee County Primary School Media Specialist since 2015. She could not ask to be at a better school than OCPS! The teachers and staff are kind, hard working, and dedicated to giving students the best education.
In her free time, Paulette enjoys spending time with her husband Josh and children Emma and Evan, and of course- reading!