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Subjects Taught
Special Education


Georgia Southwestern 1988-1992

Bachelor of Science in Special Education

Certifications Include:

Adapted Curriculum P-12

General Curriculum P-12

ELA P-5, Math P-5, Reading P-5, Science P-5, and Social Science P-8 Cognitive Level




2005-present SID/PID Self-contained Teacher FMMS

1995-2005 Homemaker

1992-1995 SID/PID Self-contained Teacher PSES

1991-1992 Respite Care, Middle Flint Behavioral Health




I am originally from Americus, Georgia and graduated from Southland Academy in 1988.  I attended Georgia Southwestern State University in Americus where I was very involved in leadership at the Baptist Student Union.  I met my husband of 24 years, Jason in college at the BSU. He is a product of the Houston County school system and graduated from NHS in 1988.  We moved to Warner Robins in 1992 when I received a job with the best school system in the country. We have 4 children Austin (College student), Hunter ( 12th grade), Cole (8th grade), and Maggie (5th grade). All of my kids have been fortunate enough to be FMMS wolves (Maggie will be next year). Jason works at Hobbs Home Medical as well as has his own business doing payroll for small businesses and churches.  Our family is very involved in the ministries at our church, The Vine in Perry and our faith is a very important part of our lives.

I helped my mom with a special needs sunday school at a group home periodically when I was very young, which is what sparked my interest in the field. My major was Physical Therapy until helping with Special Olympics one day in college.  I knew then, God's plan for me was to teach Special Education. Not long after that, I started providing respite care for parents of children with special needs through Middle Flint Behavioral Health, which helped confirm I made the right decision.

"The greatness of America is in how it treats its weakest members: the elderly, the infirm, the handicapped, the underprivileged, the unborn."~Bill Federer