Georgian Educator

Every day that I’m out buying groceries or getting gas or grabbing a bite to eat, I run into one of my students or someone who knows me from the school I teach at, Cross Keys High School. I live in the same neighborhood where the feeder middle school, Sequoyah, and one of the feeder elementary schools, Cary Reynolds, is located, and I’m only ten minutes away from my work. The location couldn’t be more perfect.

People always ask me, “How do you have time to do all the things you do?” and I always respond, “It’s about synergies.” Many teachers live in one community, teach in another community, and often recreate in yet a different community. In order to be actively involved in all three – and to have an interior life – one would have to resolve to never sleep. However, when all three occur in the same space…

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