Phone: 706-310-1992 ext. 1812
Degrees and Certifications:
B. S., Psychology, the University of Georgia Phi Beta Kappa Phi Kappa Phi Human Factors Society, prior member Graduate work, Engineering Psychology, Georgia Institute of Technology M. A., Teaching, with a concentration in Secondary Mathematics (6th - 12th grades) Gifted Endorsement
Mrs. Freeman has been teaching math at MBMS since 2014. Prior to teaching, she was a human factors engineer and quality analyst for AT&T in network engineering & outside plant, respectively. In the classroom, she teaches using things you can hold (spheres, tubes, Hot Wheels) and through teaching with root words and analogies! She has been known to teach math using literature from A. A. Milne to Edgar Allan Poe.
On a personal note, the Freemans live on a gentleman’s farm in Oconee County. She and her husband Stan have two college students, John and Matthew. She is a graduate of OCHS when there were still only three total schools in the county. The family enjoys walking the trails behind their home with their shelter dog, Anna. Lately, the Freemans have been known to escape to the mountains and national parks. Glacier National Park in Montana has been their favorite escape, but Banff in Alberta, Canada is a close second. 2019 brought travel to see Lassen Volcanic, Crater Lake, and Redwood National Parks.
If your children are in Mrs. Freeman’s classroom for math, please know that they will be loved for who they are. Math is the subject that causes the most anxiety for students so it’s critical to have a fun and caring classroom. Your children are very important young people! She will also push them to learn as much as they can possibly learn. They will know very soon that they are adored and they will be challenged! Those two things co-exist very nicely in her classroom!