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Nannette F.


124 Madisyn Dr. Hampton, GA 30228
(404) 915-6931

Dedicated educator with over nineteen years of instructional expertise, developing creative lesson
plans, analyzing data, improving instruction on a school and district level, and implementing
instructional best practices.

Reading Certification (K-12)
Special Education
Certification (K-12)

ESOL Certification (The English for Speakers of Other Languages) (K-12)
Elementary Education
Certification (K-6)

Gifted Endorsement (K-12)
No Child Left Behind
Initiative Teacher

Content Area Department Chair
Monitored/Proctored: ACT
and SAT

Team Leader

Organized and presented content many workshops for the department, school, and district

Nominated for the Rookie Teacher of the Year(County wide)

International Baccalaureate (IB) ( Presenter and Interviewer)

Nominated for Teacher of the Year (County-wide)

Teacher of the Year Committee (school and region level)

Nominated for Union Steward of the Year (County-wide)

Rookie Teacher of the Year Committee (school and region level)

National Board for Professional Teaching Standard Assessor

Facilitated/Designed lesson plans for the county

Georgia Association of Educators (GAE)

 Georgia Council of English Teachers (GCTE)
Classroom Experience
Luella Elementary School: 2015-Current
575 Walker Dr. Locust Grove, GA 30248
Principal Dr. Carla Montgomery

4th/5th Grade Gifted/TAG ELA teacher
Hampton Middle School: 2009-2015
799 Hampton Locust Grove Rd.
Principal-Dr. Flemister-Bell: (770) 707-2130
Asst. Principal (currently working as principal at Luella Middle School)Mrs. Stanley: (678)

ELA Department Chair-supports teachers in strategies, research, and data analyzes
-Current 8th grade ELA teacher
-7th Grade Team Leader
-7th and 8th Grade Content Area Chair
-Organized and presented content workshops for the department, school, and district level
(some of the many workshops presented)
(1) ELA Master Class (Eagles Landing Middle and Stockbridge Sr. High)
(2) Writing Across the Curriculum (school-wide)
(3) Employing Text-based Answers in the ELA Block (district-wide)
(4) Text Structures in the classroom (school-wide)
(5) Technology in the classroom (school-wide)
(6) Write Score and Triumph Online (dept.-wide)
-Facilitated/Designed lesson plans/curriculum for the county utilizing the new standards
-Monitored/proctored the following test (ACT/SAT (Luella High school) CRCT, Georgia Milestones
-Designed and implemented school-wide instructional tools and programs (lesson plan, HMS
brochure, and DEAR/DEAW)
-Three years in a row all students passed Language Arts standardized testing (CRCT)
-Two years in a row all students passed the Reading standardized testing (CRCT)
-Cheerleading Coach (football/basketball)

Pleasant Grove Elementary: 2007-2009
150 Reagan Rd, Stockbridge, GA 30281
Principal-Traci Cooper: (770) 898-0176

Second, Fifth and SIEP Grade Teacher

Organized and participated in the following:
-Curriculum Night
-Balanced Literacy
-Fall Festival and Santa Night
-Sunshine Committee

-Pleasant Grove Idol
-SIEP/Summer School

Teacher On Special Assignment (TSA), 2005-2007
United Teachers of Dade
2200 Biscayne Blvd. Miami
Fredrick Ingram-Current Union President: (305) 854-0220

Administrator-Union Liaison

Work collaboratively on projects in conjunction with Miami Dade County Public Schools
(MDCPS) and United Teachers of Dade (UTD) on the district, region, and school-site levels
-Focused on school improvement by analyzing effective schools and their personnel. (What
makes an effective school?)
-Organized and facilitated several professional development county-wide (over 500 schools)
-Dealt with administrative and faculty issues for 22 schools
-Organized the Rookie Teacher of the Year program and selection process for the district for
over 390 schools
-Organized the New Teacher Orientation workshops and program for over 4,000 new teachers
-Mentored teachers from elementary to high school about advocating the needs of students
and teachers
Frank C. Martin International K-8 Center: 2001-2005
Pamela Brown(retired): (305) 238-3688

First , Third, and Fifth Grade Teacher
-Chartered one of the first IB PYP in Florida (International Baccalaureate-Primary Years
-EESAC and School Improvement Committee
-Primary Years (IB) Interviewer for the magnet program
-Cheerleading Coach
-Before and after school tutoring/Saturday School
-Teacher of the Year Committee (school and region level)
-Rookie Teacher of the Year Committee (school and region level)
-Nominated for Union Steward of the Year
-National Board for Professional Teaching Standard Assessor
-PTA Executive Board-4th Vice President
-Union Steward-recognized for having the most teachers join
-Nominated Teacher of the Year
Golden Gate Elementary: 1999-2001
4911 20th Pl S.W., Naples, FL
Oliver Phipps (239) 377-6900 (no longer principal)

Second Grade Teacher
Rosemont Elementary, 1998-1999
4650 Point Lookout Road, Orlando, Fl. 32808
Mary Alice Hodges: (retired) 407-522-6050

Second Grade Teacher
Avalon Elementary: 1996-1998
3300 Thomasson Drive, Naples, FL 34112
David Van Veld: (239) 377-6200

First Grade Teacher
-Nominated for the Rookie Teacher of the Year
-Nominated for Teacher of the Year
-PTA liaison

University of Miami, Miami, FL
M.S. Ed.: Reading and Learning Disabilities, May 2005

-Secretary and helped form the first Black Graduate Student Association
-Teacher Scholarship-United Teachers of Dade
-Advisor to the undergraduate sorority of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
Bethune Cookman University, Daytona Beach, FL
B.A.: Elementary Education, May 1996
-Participated in the Marching Wildcat Band

Selected for the following:
-Who’s Who Among College Students
-President’s List
-Order of Eastern

-Dean’s list
-Miss Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc.

-Band Scholarship
-Miss Band