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Education

I am a 1992 graduate of Valley High School. I earned an Associates degree in General Studies from Faulkner State Community College in 1994. I earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Auburn University at Montgomery in May of 1997. In May of 2012, I earned a Masters in Early Childhood/Elementary Education from Auburn University at Montgomery.

 

"In all your getting.....get understanding"



Experience

I am beginning my 6th year of teaching for Lanett City Schools. I spent 2 years at W.O. Lance Elementary.  I currently serve 7th, 8th and 9th graders as an interventionist at LJHS and LHS. I have 11 years of experience in the preschool setting.

This year marks my 4th season coaching volleyball. I will also serve as the varsity girls assistant coach. I am excited about the opportunity to coach the girls that I see in the classroom and the community each day. It is my desire to not only help produce great athletes, but to help produce great citizens! IT'S A GREAT TIME TO BE A PANTHER!!!!

 

 

~TO TEACH IS TO TOUCH LIVES FOREVER~ 



Bio

I was born and raised in the West Shawmut community of Lanett. I am a graduate of Valley High School. After high school, I went on to play college basketball at Faulkner State Community College and then at Auburn University at Montgomery.

 I am married to Coach Clifford Story, who is the head football coach and athletic director at Lanett High School. We have three handsome sons: Tre - 18, who is a freshman at the University of Richmond, Ken Ken - 15, and Caden - 13. It's all about sports in our house!

 

I enjoy spending time with my family, attending our church, O.H. Ministries, and trying new recipes. I have an absolute weakness for sweets....especially chocolate! I am a member of the illustrious sisterhood of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. I am grateful for the opportunity God has given me to work with children. I take my calling very serious and I love the children that have been placed in my care.

 

"Children may forget what you said, but they'll never forget how you made them feel!"