Phone: 706-310-1992 ext. 1611


Degrees and Certifications:

Specialist in Curriculum and Instruction, Master's in Business Education, Bachelor’s of Science in Education. ESOL Endorsement, Middle School English Language Arts certification, Social Studies certification, Gifted Endorsement

Mrs. Lynn Glass

My name is Lynn Glass, and I have been teaching since 1989.  I began my career as a high school business education teacher with bachelor’s and master’s degrees in business education from The University of Georgia.  In 2010, I earned my specialist degree in curriculum and instruction.  After teaching high school for nine years, I was blessed to be a full-time mom for the quickest eight years of my life.  When I returned to teaching, I had added an ESOL endorsement to my certificate and later completed the gifted endorsement program.  For seven years, I served English Language Learners at various elementary and middle schools throughout Oconee County as an itinerant ESOL instructor.  Malcom Bridge Middle School became my home school in 2013 where I began teaching English Language Arts and World Studies while continuing to serve language learners in my classes through the ESOL innovative model.

I have lived in Oconee County since I was 12 years old, and I am married to an Oconee native.  We both graduated from Oconee County High School when Oconee County had only one elementary, one intermediate, and one high school!  Perry and I have two wonderful daughters who graduated from NOHS, and yes, they tease us about being a house divided between Warrior blue and Titan red.  Our oldest graduated from Berry College with degrees in elementary education and Spanish and is teaching at Yargo Elementary School in Barrow County, and our youngest will soon complete her degree and begin her career in radiography.  My greatest passion is spending time with my precious family in my roles as wife and mother. I also cherish my time with my 95 year old grandmother.  An interesting fact I like for my students and their parents to know is that I do have an identical twin sister who also lives here in Oconee County.  She is often mistaken for me, so if you think you encounter me in the community and find me unfriendly, it's really not me; it's my twin!