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Ms.  Kimberly  L  Truitt
Collaboration SPE/Varsity Cheer Coach
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Education

1995-Abbeville High School (Honor Graduate)

1999-Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University-Cum Laude  (B.S. Criminal Justice, Minor-Juvenile Justice)

2012-National University (M.Ed-Educational Administration)



Bio

I bring you greetings as a native and 1995 Honor Graduate of Abbeville High School. After high school, I furthered my education on the "highest of seven hills" in Tallahassee at Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University.  In 1999, I received a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice with a minor in Juvenile Justice.  One month after graduation, I received my first job as a Juvenile Probation Officer.  At the time, I really thought that I was making a difference in the lives of our children.  After 6 1/2 years, I decided it was time for a change.  I needed to be in a position that would help our students before they turned to our justice system.  In 2005, I became a certified Exceptional Education Teacher.  It has always been rewarding to me to see the look on a child's face knowing that I have helped them.

Working with the students in Gadsden County, FL was a positive and rewarding experience.  I taught for seven years at the District's Alternative School, Carter Parramore Academy.  

This is my 7th year at Abbeville High School and I am sure it will be fantastic!!!!  

Being an educator has not only fulfilled my life, but it has also helped enrich the lives of our children.  Often times our children feel that they are hopeless and will never strive to be as ambitious as they want to be.  As an educator, there is a need for me to step in and show our children that they can have a very promising and prosperous life.  Education is "food for the soul" and nourishment to the body.

 

 

 

GO Jackets!!!

 

 

 

 

Intelligence plus character~that is the goal of true education.

~Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.