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Teacher Name: Connie K. Beal
This year finds me in the midst of my 31st year teaching. I am excited to once again be at the home of the Wildcats! For 28 years, I taught elementary age students. I covered all grades from kindergarten-fifth. Working with fifth-grade had always been my favorite. I took some time off to care for my mother and then handle her affairs. A few years ago, I found myself at Locust Grove High School working in the ISS room. I soon learned that I loved the high school environment and wanted to be even more a part of the education side. Three summers ago, I took the GACE and became certified to teach high school and then landed a job right here at LGHS! I look forward to another new and exciting year .
I have always been a part of the Clayton and Henry County area. I grew up in Clayton County and graduated from Jonesboro High School. After graduation, I attended West Georgia University and graduated from their with an undergraduate degree and Master's degree in Early Childhood Education. I taught in Clayton County for 16 years and then the rest of my time has been here in Henry County. My two children both graduated from Union Grove High School. My daughter grauated from Southeastern Baptist and Theological Seminary in 2016 and os currently working for Chick-fil-a in the training program. My son attends Kennesaw State University where he is majoring in Sports Management. This year he worked as an intern at Training Camp for the Falcons!!! I real dream come true!! We are looking forward to him graduating in 2018. My husband and I have been married for 28 years and he works for FedEx.
If your child is in my US History class with Coach Harrell, we have a website available with our class notes, assignments and important dates: nharrell.weebly.com If your child is in Ms. Carroll's class, we have a Google Classroom. If your child is in my English class with Ms. Salmon, we also have a Google Classroom.
Please feel free to contact me anytime!!! I am looking forward to a productive year.
Connie K. Beal