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Biography

In 1999, I graduated from the University of West Alabama with my B.A. in History, and in 2001, I earned my M.A.T. in Social Science Comprehensive.  I began my teaching career in Meridian, Mississippi at Northeast Lauderdale High School in 2001.  In 2006, I made the transition to Demopolis High School.  I currently teach United States History I, Government and Economics.  
I am also the DHS Scholars Bowl Coach and the Community Service Endorsement Diploma Program Coordinator.  In 2016, I was chosen to sit on the executive board of the Alabama Association of Historians as the K-12 Representative.
Currently I teach:  AP Government and Politics, American Government and Economics
Courses previously taught:  Sociology, Psychology, African American History , AP US History, AP World History, Human Geography 
 

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A quiet approach from this group, but witty, nonetheless.
 
Advanced US History I competed in a series of rap battles modeled after the Broadway play "Hamilton."  Each group was assigned a historical figure and an an opponent.  They had to prepare a 1 and a half minute rap about their figure and their opponent.  
I was so impressed with how through they were in their research and how eloquently they "roasted" their opposition. 
A more relaxed approach to battle, but slay, he did!
 
Advanced US History I competed in a series of rap battles modeled after the Broadway play "Hamilton."  Each group was assigned a historical figure and an an opponent.  They had to prepare a 1 and a half minute rap about their figure and their opponent.  
I was so impressed with how through they were in their research and how eloquently they "roasted" their opposition. 
Winner! Winner! Chicken Dinner!
 
Advanced US History I competed in a series of rap battles modeled after the Broadway play "Hamilton."  Each group was assigned a historical figure and an an opponent.  They had to prepare a 1 and a half minute rap about their figure and their opponent.  
I was so impressed with how through they were in their research and how eloquently they "roasted" their opposition. 
Advanced US History I competed in a series of rap battles modeled after the Broadway play "Hamilton."  Each group was assigned a historical figure and an an opponent.  They had to prepare a 1 and a half minute rap about their figure and their opponent.  
I was so impressed with how through they were in their research and how eloquently they "roasted" their opposition.