Mrs. Dugger has been an educator since 2012 and has worked in both middle and high school settings. She has served as a curriculum team lead, new teacher mentor, and sponsor for multiple student clubs and organizations. She also recently served on a strategic development team for a STEM program within a traditional high school setting. During this experience, she worked as a Humanities co-teacher, blending her Language Arts content with STEM subject areas.
Mrs. Dugger earned her Bachelor’s Degree in English Education from the University of North Georgia, a Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Western Governors University, and her Education Specialist Degree in Teacher Leadership from Georgia College and State University.
Mrs. Dugger is married and has two children- Sutton and Griffin. She recently moved from Atlanta, GA, and currently resides in Madison, AL.
Bachelor’s Degree, English Education, University of North Georgia
Master’s Degree, Curriculum and Instruction, Western Governors University
Education Specialist Degree in Teacher Leadership, Georgia State College and State University.