Mrs. Yolanda Ross

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Mrs. Yolanda Ross

"If a child can't learn by the way that I teach, then I must teach in a way that he can learn."

 

Greetings!  My name is Yolanda Ross.  I am a first and second grade Inclusion Teacher.  I have a strong belief that all children are capable of learning.  I truly believe that education is the the key to success.  In my quest for success, I have obtained several degrees.  After graduating East Side High School in 2005, I attended Mississippi State University.  In 2009, I obtained my Bachelor's Degree in Educational Psychology.  In 2012, I obtained my Master's Degree in Special Education from Delta State University.  In 2014, I obtained my Specialist's Degree in Elementary Education from Delta State University as well.  

As an educator, I feel that teachers can help change and shape the world; one student at a time!!

Ms. Ramona P. Rice

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Ms. Ramona P. Rice

I am Ramona Rice, a Special Education Teacher at Nailor Elementary. 

     I am a native of Mound Bayou, MS.  I attended I. T. Montgomery Elementary School and a graduate of the John F. Kennedy High School. I am the mother of 4 children, (one daugheter and 3 sons). I have one (1) grand daughter.I have attended Jarvis Christian College in Hawkins, Texas, Delta State University, received a Special education Degree and Early Child Development. I attended Mississippi Valley State University where I have 36 graduate hours in Elementary Education and received certification in Elementary Education.  Therefore, I have B. S. Degree in Special Education and certified in Special Education and Elementary Education. I have taught three years in First grade at the I. T. Montgomery  Elementary School, in Mound Bayou, MS. Also, I have taught Special Education in the Cleveland School District for 16 years.  I have taught at D. M. Smith Middle School, Bell Elementary and presently at Nailor Elementary School.

I have a passion and enjoy working with children in all stages of their development.

“Some see the Disabilities, but as a teacher I see the Possibilities.”  Every child can learn.

Mrs. Angela Hardin

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Mrs. Angela Hardin

Mrs. Hardin is a Speech/Language Pathologist in the Cleveland School District with 24 years experience serving children with communication disorders.  Mrs. Hardin is a native of Cleveland and 1990 graduate of Cleveland High School.  Mrs. Hardin received her Bachelor's Degree of Science at Delta State University and Master's of Science Degree in Speech Pathology at Mississippi University for Women.   Mrs. Hardin currently holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech Pathology and has been serving the children of H.M. Nailor Elementary since 2010.   Mrs. Hardin is a proud mother of two children and an active member of the Cleveland community. 

Mrs. Emily Hale

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Mrs. Emily Hale

Mrs. Emily Hale is a K-2 self-contained Special Education teacher at H.M. Nailor Elemetary School. Mrs. Hale is a native of Greenville, MS, and now lives in Cleveland, MS. Mrs. Hale is married to Corey Hale and has a 3 year old daughter, Anderson "Andi" Hale. Mrs. Hale has been teaching for 7 years and 6 of those years have been at H.M. Nailor Elementary School. Mrs. Hale attended Mississippi State University and recieved her Bachelors Degree in Special Education.

 

"To some, a disability may seem like a broken binding on an old book. However, the inside remains full of inspiration, motivation, and life. Once you take the time to understand the unique qualities of a child with special needs, you begin to see them for who they really are; EXCEPTIONAL."