Most of my childhood (and early college years) was spent in Louisiana. I attended Louisiana State University – and eventually transferred to Georgia College – earning a Bachelor’s degree in Biology. I began my professional career as a microbiologist in the kaolin industry. With a desire to work with children, after marriage, I returned to college seeking certification in the field of education. I have taught pre-kindergarten and kindergarten, in addition to a variety of middle and high school grade sciences (including earth science, physical science, chemistry, biology, anatomy and physiology, environmental science, and AP biology), while also pursuing a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Georgia College. In 2008, I made the move from the classroom to begin working with Sandersville Technical College/Oconee Fall Line Technical College as their High School Coordinator – helping high school students in five counties (including Warren) earn college credits/credentials while they were still enrolled in high school.
My husband and I have two college-age daughters. When my youngest graduated from high school and headed off to college, I was thrilled to take on the new opportunity afforded me by Warren County as the Dean of Students and, shortly thereafter, as Warren County Middle School’s principal. I have felt so welcomed by the Warren County community. Warren County Middle School has an awesome faculty and staff working tirelessly for the success of our students. I am humbled to work in their company and alongside all the other wonderful educators in Warren County.
Letter to the Parents