Phone: 706-769-6655 ext. 3621
Degrees and Certifications:
The University of Georgia Bachelor of Science, Family and Consumer Science Education 2010-2014Athens Technical CollegeAssociates of Science, Hospitality, Restaurant and Tourism Management2007-2009PSC Certified Family and Consumer Science EducationMiddle Grades MathematicsNational Restaurant AssociationServSafe Food Manager Certified ServSafe Food Handler Certified
Ms. Caitlin Mitchell
Hi! I’m Caitlin Mitchell and I am the Early Childhood Education teacher in the Career, Technical and Agricultural Education Department at North Oconee High School. I was very blessed to start my teaching career at Oconee County High School in 2014 after graduating for the University of Georgia with a bachelors degree in Family and Consumer Science Education. I was able to transfer to North Oconee High School in 2017 to continue teaching FACS Education.
In the Early Childhood Education pathway, I teach the following courses: Early Childhood Education, Early Childhood Education II, and Early Childhood Education Practicum.
In addition to my teaching role, I am the NOHS adviser of our Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) chapter. FCCLA is a career and technical student organization (CTSO), where students learn to become emerging leaders in our ever changing society and FCCLA is the only CTSO with family as its main focus. I thoroughly enjoy this aspect of my job because it gives the students opportunities to grow into phenomenal leaders, compete on a state and national stage and travel across our great nation.
In addition to my advisory role, I have been the JV Girls Soccer Coach for the past year. I have enjoyed this additional role because I am about to witness a competitive yet goofy side to our student athletes. I am the Georgia FCCLA Region 3 Adviser and I have the Georgia FCCLA Region 3 Officer, Zubaida Adres. I have presented roundtable and workshops at Georgia Association of Teacher in Family and Consumer Sciences and Georgia Association of Career and Technical Education conferences.
During my short time in the Oconee County School System, I have been recognized for the following awards:
- Georgia FCCLA New Adviser of the Year
- Georgia FCCLA Spirit of Advising Award
- Georgia Association of Family and Consumer Sciences Teachers New Teacher of the Year
- Georgia Association of Career and Technical Education - New Teacher of the Year Nominee