Jeanne Andres



    Ms. Andres began her teaching career in the year 2000 in Orleans Parish Schools in New Orleans, LA. She was a member of Teach for America at that time and taught at Live Oak Middle School as a self-contained EBD Teacher. Her tenure as a teacher in Georgia began in 2009 at Lovejoy High School in Clayton County Schools. She started out as an Interrelated Special Education Teacher and transitioned in 2014 to a General Education English Language Arts Teacher. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from The Ohio State University with a major in Sociology and a double minor in Women Studies and African and African-American Studies. Ms. Andres completed her Master's of Education degree from the University of West Georgia in 2008 with a concentration in Special Education. Most recently, she completed her Educational Specialist degree from Capella University in Curriculum and Instruction.

    She is a current member of the McDonough Lion's Club and supports the Stockbridge High School Leo Club as an advisor. She is a lifetime member, silver and gold awardee, and worked professionally for the Girl Scouts for over 8 years in Atlanta. Her coaching career has included cheerleading, volleyball, as well as boys and girls soccer. 

    Her interests outside of school include travelling, watching movies, enjoying sports (both televised and live), as well as attending concerts and plays. Although most of her family lives out of town she enjoys her time that she gets to spend with them during school breaks. She is an aunt to 5 nieces and 2 nephews. 


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    The World

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