Mrs. Sarah Dean

Phone: (843) 875-7012

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

MA English- Morehead State University MS Education- Wilkes University SC GATE Endorsed

Mrs. Sarah Dean

 
Hello Wildcat Family,
I’m one of Dubose’s newest math teachers in Grade 8. It is my responsibility
to ensure that each young person who leaves my classroom is “Algebra ready” for High School.
I am originally from Texas and came to the Carolinas for college. I earned
my Bachelor’s Degree from Clemson University in Elementary Education
and later earned a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership from Coastal Carolina
University. In the future, I hope to pursue a doctoral degree in Curriculum and
Instruction. I began my teaching career in Charlotte, NC where I taught 8th-grade math,
including Algebra and Geometry, at a parochial school for seven years. I then
moved to Myrtle Beach, SC and worked at Myrtle Beach Middle School for seven
years. In my time at MBM, I served as an 8th-grade Algebra and Geometry teacher
for two years, an Instructional Coach for four years, and my last year I served as
the 6th-grade Assistant Principal. My husband and I moved to the Summerville area in
June of 2018 and for the past year, I have been blessed to serve as a “stay-at-home” mom to our wonderful son Toby.
When we are not working, we love to travel and most recently spent two weeks in Scotland.
I am looking forward to a wonderful year at DMS and am excited about joining the Wildcat Family

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