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Certification workshop explains steps to becoming a teacher


Those in attendance from left to right:  Michelle Evans, George Washington Carver Freshman Campus; Keela Swinson, Coffee Middle School; Kim Clayton, Director of Personnel and Public Relations; Kate Walker, former math teacher and current Testing Coordinator and Matt Day, Coffee High School. Submitted photo Those in attendance from left to right: Michelle Evans, George Washington Carver Freshman Campus; Keela Swinson, Coffee Middle School; Kim Clayton, Director of Personnel and Public Relations; Kate Walker, former math teacher and current Testing Coordinator and Matt Day, Coffee High School.

Coffee County Schools recently held a certification workshop for those individuals interested in becoming a teacher.

 

Presented by Kim Clayton, Director of Personnel and Public Relations, those in attendance not only were educated on the “Steps to Teaching” but also had the opportunity to hear from various teachers from the district who had been “career switchers” and completed an alternative certification route.

 

Coffee County Schools will be holding their annual Teacher Job Fair on Saturday, March 12, 9:00 AM – Noon in the Performing Arts Center of Coffee High. All of the district administrators will be in attendance conducting in-formal interviews in preparation for the 2022-2023 school year.

 

If you are interested in learning more about the teaching profession, information will be available at the job fair.

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