About the Educator


I am beginning my thirty-second year as an educator. The past twenty-eight years have been spent working at Carrollton City Schools. I obtained a Bachelor's degree in Speech-language Pathology and Audiology and a Master's degree in Speech-language Pathology. I currently hold a Certificate of Clinical Competence with the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. I also hold a professional license through the State of Georgia and an active teaching certificate in Speech-language Pathology from the Georgia Professional Standards Commission. While working at Carrollton City Schools, I have had the pleasure to work with students in every grade level, PK-12, and it is impossible to determine my favorite grade. I have enjoyed working and being a team member at each school location and was once honored as a Teacher of the Year at Carrollton Elementary School. Two years during my career at CCS were spent as an Instructional Technology Coach. I love technology and learned so much during those two years as an IT Coach.  

I  am the Special Education Parent Mentor. I strive  to enhance communication and collaboration between families, educators and the community, ultimately leading to greater success for students with disabilities. There will be many opportunities for parents to gain useful information that is important to parents of students with disabilities.  The calendar of events will be able to be located on this website.

I am married with a son, daughter-in-law, daughter, and son-in law, who are all in their 20's and are past graduates of Carrollton High School. I love learning about new technology and spending time with my family, friends, and a very spoiled dogs.  Jenny is  black lab and the best dog in the whole world! Ranger is a golden retriever and keeps me active.

I am excited about beginning a new school year!  Go Trojans!