After 17 years with Troup County School System (TCSS), Kim Whaley, 5th grade English Language Arts and Read 180 teacher at Ethel W. Kight Elementary (EKES) says this is the place for her, “I choose to teach with TCSS because I give back to the community that gave me my foundation.”
In the classroom, Whaley brings a servant leadership mindset to her teaching. “I teach my students what it looks like to be respectful, responsible, and safe in every aspect of the school day. These are school-wide expectations that we each and the students practice them every day. It is good to see behavior incidents become less and less. The result of the behavior incident decreases is an increase of learning in the classroom.”
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