White County High School
I was born and raised in Georgia. I graduated from North Georgia College and State University in 1986 and in 1988 with a Bachelor's Degree in Science and Masters Degree in Education, respectively. I began my teaching career in Franklin County, Georgia where I taught physical science and biology and served as a sponsor for the Anchor Club. In 1991, I married David Dockery (a white county native) and soon after we moved to Gainesville, Georgia. I made a change in my teaching career leaving Franklin County for Gainesville High School and taught Biology and Human Anatomy & Physiology and sponsored the Student Council. In 2002, my husband and I built a home in the Shoal Creek community of White County and in 2005, I began teaching at White County High School. While at White County I have taught in the areas of Chemistry, Botany, Environmental Science and Human Anatomy & Physiology. In 2010, I received a Specialist Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Lincoln Memorial University and in 2013 I completed my Gifted Endorsement. My husband, David, works in Gainesville and serves as the Public Works Director for the City of Gainesville. We have two children, Jackson and Sarah.