Phone: 706-769-3575 ext. 1205
Degrees and Certifications:
Mrs. Alicia Cook
My family moved to Oconee County in 1988. I graduated from Oconee County High School in 1998 where I marched in band and cheered. I attended Brenau University, where I graduated with my BS in middle grades education. I am certified to teach social studies, science, language arts, and reading. I also have my gifted endorsement. I began my teaching career in Jackson County at East Jackson Middle School (in 2003) before coming home to Oconee County Middle in 2005.
After teaching 10 years, I decided to complete my Masters in middle grades language arts education at Piedmont College, followed by my Educational Specialist degree in educational leadership. I also coached cheerleading for 10 years before deciding that I needed to be a mommy. I have also coached track and volleyball.
I am married with two boys, both in the Oconee County schools. My husband is also in education as a high school guidance counselor, so education is in our blood. I love being a part of this community, and I truly believe in this education system.