Master Teachers (R)
Tina has been a member of the faculty at Cheraw Primary School for nine years. She teaches second grade and in the past has taught pull-out literacy groups. She has a Master’s Degree in Instructional Accommodation from Francis Marion University in Florence, SC. Tina is presently working on her Ph.D. in Education Leadership from Cappella University. She says, “I enjoy teaching and using my creative ideas to help students learn.”
A teacher for 36 years, Domer has been at Greenwood High School since 1981. He teaches Western Civilization and Human Geography. He received his BA in history from Clemson and his MA in history from Georgia State. He received a Fulbright Teacher Exchange Grant to Durham England in 1980 and taught British social and economic history at New College, Durham.
Hope teaches third grade at Springfield Elementary, a Charleston County School District Showcase Technology School. She graduated from the College of Charleston and is currently working on her master's degree. She is a former member of the Charleston Symphony Youth Orchestra and was featured in Who's Who in American High School Students and Who's Who in American College Students.
Libia teaches fifth-eighth grade Spanish at Blacksburg Middle School. She is a member of the Palmetto State Teacher Association and the Cherokee County Reading Council. She earned her liberal arts degree from Limestone College and earned her master's degree from Winthrop University. She originally joined the Cherokee County school system as a substitute teacher. After finishing her studies, she became part of the faculty at Blacksburg Middle.Sandy Rogers
A teacher for five years, Sandy teaches sixth grade science at Colleton Middle Annex in Walterboro. He earned his bachelor of science degree in elementary education (along with an additional 18 hours) from Charleston Southern University. In his first year of teaching, he was named "Rookie Teacher of the Year." In addition, he has been named "Teacher of the Month" and "Innovative Teacher of the Month." He has earned his Starlab certification from the National Science Center in Augusta, GA.
Prior to becoming an instructional technology specialist in Laurens District 56, Brenda taught third grade at Joanna-Woodson Elementary for three years. She is the secretary of the Laurens County Reading Council, a member of the Laurens 56 Teacher Advisory Council, and a member of the District Technology Team. In 1997, she graduated from Lander University with a degree in elementary education. In 1999, she earned a master's degree in educational administration from Clemson University.
A fourth-grade teacher at Stone Academy in
Greenville, Melanie graduated from Clemson University with
a bachelor of arts degree in elementary education and special
education. She is the chair of Stone Academy's Science
Committee, assistant Team chair, sponsor of the Photography
Club, and a School Improvement Council participant. Last
year, she was named "Teacher of the Year" and
won WYFF/Channel 4's "Golden Apple" award. South
Carolina ETV and the State Department of Education spent
a day filming in her classroom to use as an example of
a "model class" for the state ADEPT new teacher