About

Although born in Long Beach, CA, most of my childhood was spent in Kingsport, TN.  I have earned a B.S. in elementary education (East Tennessee State University), a Master’s degree in early childhood education (University of Tennessee and Georgia State University) and gifted certification (University of West Georgia).  I started out as a marine biology major (long story!) and still love reading and learning about anything and everything in the field of science!

I have taught elementary school in several states and retired from Fulton County in 2007 with over 30 years experience.  In 2005 I received the Innovative Teacher Award from Tech4Learning in 2005 and many of my (former) students won awards from the county level all the way to the International Student Media Festival.  I’m hoping to quickly get ‘back up to speed’ so we’ll see technology-advanced, student-centered learning at its best here at Roswell North.  

In my free time, I belong to two book clubs, attend meetings and social activities with the North Fulton Retired Educators Association, do a variety of activities as a volunteer in several local organizations, remain a consultant for an educational software company, and spend as much time as possible hanging out at my best friend’s beach house in NC.  I recently lost my best buddy, my cat, Bentley, and my son is always in the process of either moving in or out so I am thrilled to make lots of new friends at my very own neighborhood school and keeping up with my goal of being a life-long learner!

Ms. Kathie McDavid mcdavid@fultonschools.org

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