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Teaching and Learning stretches beyond the classroom.  It encompasses:

 

 

Alicia Elder
Assistant Superintendent for Teaching and Learning

Mrs. Elder has been an educator for 18 years. This year will mark her second year as the Assistant Superintendent for Teaching and Learning for Monroe County Schools. Mrs. Elder began her teaching career in 1999 as a teacher and coach at Upson Lee Middle School in Thomaston, Georgia.  Mrs. Elder taught science for three years and coached middle school cheerleading and softball.  At the conclusion of the 2002 school year, Mrs. Elder made the transition to assistant principal and served 1 year as an assistant principal at Upson Lee Middle School, followed by 5 years as an assistant principal at Hubbard Elementary School in Forsyth, Georgia.  Prior to serving as principal at K.B. Sutton Elementary for five years, Mrs. Elder served three years as principal of Upson Lee South Elementary School in Thomaston, Georgia.  

Mrs. Elder received her Bachelor of Science in Education Degree from Georgia Southern University in 1999, Master of Education Degree from Georgia Southwestern State University in 2001, Educational Leadership Endorsement from Troy State University in 2003, and Specialist in Educational Leadership Degree from Cambridge College in 2007.

Mrs. Elder serves as a member of the Forsyth-Monroe County Rotary Club, Monroe Reads Organization, Professional Association of Georgia Educators (PAGE), Georgia Association of Educational Leaders (GAEL), Georgia Association of Curriculum and Instructional Supervisors (GACIS), and a member of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD).  

Mrs. Elder is a native of Statesboro, Georgia and graduated from Statesboro High School in 1995.  She is married to Justin (former MP grad) who currently teaches Economics and is the Head Football Coach at Upson Lee High School in Thomaston, Georgia.  They have three children (Charleigh-7th grader at Monroe County Middle School; Olivia-5th grader at Samuel E. Hubbard Elementary; and Sam-3 years old). Mrs. Elder and her family reside in rural Culloden, Georgia.  Mrs. Elder loves spending time with her family and friends and exercising.  Mrs. Elder and her family also enjoy supporting the Williams Syndrome Association to help spread awareness about this genetic disorder.

 

 


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