ANNE STREET ELEMENTARY
Angela Betsill and Atlantia Clements
Ms. Betsill exemplifies EXCELLENCE and is a joy to have at Anne Street Elementary. She willingly volunteers and supports the various events at the school. She works hard to encourage staff and students each day.
Ms. Clements is a true example of EXCELLENCE! She is excellent in her craft as well as her interactions with students and staff. She is a shining star at Anne Street Elementary.
Ms. Hardwick has been hard at work with the Rigorous Curriculum Design Team. While this task has taken her away from the building at times, she has managed to continue to deliver high levels of instruction to her students. We thank her for the time and dedication she has given this process.
COWAN ROAD ELEMENTARY
Mrs. McGavin has consistently brought rigor and innovation into her Kindergarten class. She has served on the Rigorous Curriculum Design (RCD) team and represented Kindergarten for the school district. Mrs. McGavin is willing to pitch in with extra responsibilities and serves as a teacher leader within the building.
Rhonda Grubb is amazing! She worked for a few months encouraging and coaching our fourth and fifth graders to participate in the Reading Bowl. They practiced how to answer questions about the books and use buzzers to become competitive. Crescents team came in FOURTH place out of twelve teams!
She is an awesome role model for getting students excited about learning!
FUTRAL ROAD ELEMENTARY
Mrs. Davis is a wonderful teacher that truly puts her heart and soul into everything she does. This was her first year teaching Language Arts in 4th grade and she did a fabulous job! Her instructional strategies and her ability to engage students is truly remarkable. Thank you Mrs. Davis for giving your all each and every day!
JACKSON ROAD ELEMENTARY
Taylor is an excellent teacher and has really gone above and beyond this year to build her leadership skills and make a positive difference all around. She is always willing to step up, help and present ideas to enhance our experiences at JRE. Taylor is continuously finding ways to grow as a teacher and a leader. We are thrilled to have her as part of the Jackson Road Family!
JORDAN HILL ELEMENTARY
Tonya Nelms, assistant principal
Great organization and attention to detail are the best ways to describe Mrs. Nelms. Assistant principals have so many responsibilities that it is impossible to list them all. However, it is important to point out that other assistant principals contact Mrs. Nelms to assist them with how best to handle their MTSS process and their testing organization. She will be missed as she embarks on her new journey as a grandmother as well as entrepreneur of all things signs and corn-hole boards. We wish you nothing but the best Mrs. Nelms!
Mrs. Johnson is a Paraprofessional who demonstrates dedication by going above and beyond to ensure fundraising events are thoroughly planned and carried out. Her leadership skills also play a vital role in making activities and events at the school a success. Moore Elementary is delighted to have Crissy Johnson on its team!
MORELAND ROAD ELEMENTARY
Cathy Corbett, Lisa Miller and Pamela Jackson
Moreland Road and the Griffin-Spalding County School System are grateful for their many years of service to the students of Spalding County. Each of these ladies are a joy to work with and their dedication and devotion to our students has impacted many lives. Thank you all so much for everything you have done over the years, Moreland Road will not be the same without you. We wish each of you many blessings as you begin a new chapter of your lives. Enjoy your retirement, you have earned it!