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Tina Paul

I graduated from Hart County High School and later attended Emmanuel College.  I am married to Larry, a sales professional who works at Heyward Allen Motor Company.  We are the proud parents of two NOHS graduates--Caleb, Class of 2009, and Connor, Class of 2012. We are also the very proud grandparents of Brody (4), Finley (infant) and Millie (infant). We live in Oconee County and attend Bethlehem Church Oconee Campus.

In my spare time, I enjoy camping, playing cards and board games and watching movies or sporting events. I also enjoy spending time with friends, whether we are going out to eat, seeing a movie, shopping (of course) or getting out of town for a long weekend.  However, none of those compare with the joy I experience when spending time with my grandchild.

I am a UGA Bulldog fan and a fan of any college that is fortunate enough to have recruited some of the finest students who have previously walked the halls of our great school.  I cheer for the Braves, the Falcons and the Hawks but my favorite team to cheer for is the Titans!

I have been employed at NOHS since August, 2007 beginning as a paraprofessional in the Special Ed department and later transferring to the Attendance Office in 2008. During the summer of 2016, I transferred to the Athletic Office.  I've enjoyed watching sporting events for many years, starting first with my own children and continuing at NOHS after becoming an employee.   I love the students at NOHS and all of the afterschool activities that they are involved in.  

Time and again it has been said that educators make a difference in the lives of students, but students make a difference in the lives of educators each and every day. This is the most rewarding career and I am fortunate to be here.  While I enjoy the long summer break, I always look forward to returning to school, seeing the students again and being a part of all of the activities that make high school such an important part of student’s lives.