Degrees and Certifications:
Degrees: Bachelor of Arts Psychology from The Citadel, Master of Arts Teacher in Education from Western New Mexico University Certifications: High School Math, Middle School Math, Gifted Education, Teacher Support Specialist, Special Education
Mr. Archie "Val" Proveaux
Val Proveaux is the oldest son of an Air Force family that traveled the country and also part of the world. After many moves and attending 14 different schools Val graduated from The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina as an Air Force ROTC Cadet Second Lieutenant, in 1982, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology, and also worked with the Navy Department as an apprentice at the Charleston US Naval Shipyard to become a nuclear qualified journeyman pipe-fitter. After attending college he was employed as a Human Resource and Operations Understudy manager with American Scientific Products. As a corporate human resource manager he was involved with training and development and other administrative duties.
In 1990, after several corporate job changes and several company moves, Val became a public school teacher at Gallup High School in Gallup, New Mexico. He was hired in a teaching program similar to the TAPP program here in Georgia and received his Master’s Degree in special education while he satisfied the requirements for certification. While working In New Mexico, Val worked as a Gifted and Talented Teacher and Special Education teacher. Val then moved to Georgia and took a special education teaching position at Stockbridge Middle School. Val also worked at Henry County Middle School, Henry County High School, Pike County High School, Cowan Road Middle School in Griffin, and Memorial Middle School in Rockdale County. Val is currently working as the High School Accelerated Math Teacher teaching Algebra 1 and Geometry and 8th Grade Math at Eagles Landing Middle School.