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Mrs.  Toni  Woods
Fourth Grade
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Subjects Taught
Fourth Grade

Education

Piedmont College, Demorest, GA 2004

  • Master of Arts in Early Childhood Education
  • Graduated Dean’s List Scholar List (GPA 4.00)

Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA 1999

  • Bachelor of Science in Middle Grade Education 
  • Primary Concentration in Social Studies – Minor in Language Arts

  • Dean’s List, 3 Semesters                  

  • Faculty Scholar List, 5 Semesters 

 

 

 

 



Experience

I began teaching in Douglas County in 2000 at Holly Springs Elementary. I was with Douglas County for eight years. I continued to teach in private schools until 2014. I was thrilled to accept a position at Winston Elementary in December, 2015! 

I have had the good fortune of teaching a diverse group of children at various grade levels; with the majority of my years being spent at the elementary level. My passion is meeting the individual child at his or her level using a variety of educational tools. I am committed to helping my students become critical thinkers, problem solvers, and to create lessons that will lead to moments of discovery.

Professional Development:

  • Completed 30 hour comprehensive Orton-Gillingham Multi-Sensory training
  • Corrective Reading 
  • Promethean Training – Created and used flipcharts in lessons
  • In service on helping students with learning disabilities
  • Participated in Learning Focused Schools Training

 



Bio

Hi, my name is Mrs. Woods and I am thrilled to be your child’s 4th grade teacher at Winston Elementary school! I am committed to making this a memorable and enriching year. Teaching is my passion, especially teaching reading. I hope to instill a love of reading in all of my students. The next few months are sure to be busy as we work hard, explore, and have fun! I can’t wait to get to know you, but first here’s a little about me.

 

I was born in New Orleans, LA, but grew up right here in Douglas County. In fact, my parents owned a fabulous Italian restaurant in the county for eighteen years called Carollo’s Restaurant. I worked there many weekends and miss it a lot! I am married to Jim Woods and we have one son named Jacob (14). I spend most of my spare time taking him to practice and to basketball games. We have an Australian Shepherd named Smokey.

 

I’m very excited to spend the 2017-2018 school year with you. Let’s make it a great one. Go WILDCATS!

 

My Favorites:

Food: Pasta

TV Show: Fixer Upper

Book: Cookbooks

Animal: Dogs

Season: Summer

Fast Food: Chick fil A

Sports: Duke Basketball

Hobby: Taking Smokey for walks, DIY (Pinterest), cooking