Carly Ward is a certified teacher in both regular education and special education grades kindergarten to fifth grade. Carly graduated from Columbus State University with a Bachelor's degree in Special Education and a Reading Endorsement certification. She is also certified to teach the Orton-Gillingham Multi-Sensory Approach to Reading program. She enjoys teaching all subjects and her approach to learning may be different than what you see in a regular classroom. She seeks to use many different learning styles to meet the academic needs of her students. If you walked into her classroom or tutoring session,
7+ Years of Private Tutoring
you may see the children singing while learning a math concept or playing an active game during reading. She believes that not all children learn the same way and that learning should be fun! Carly has been working as a teacher in the Fulton County School System for the past 4 years. Prior to working for Fulton County, Carly worked at Bridges Learning Center, a private school for children with autism. She has also been tutoring elementary aged children for the past 7 years. She has experience working with children who have many different needs, including children with specific learning disabilities, emotional/behavior disorders, autism, developmentally delayed, and children with cerebral palsy. Carly has been married since 2008 and although she and her husband don't have children, their dog Jack might as well be called 'son'! She enjoys running, traveling, snowboarding in the winter, and Braves baseball games in the summertime!
Meet Tricia Ward
Hi, I am Tricia Ward. I have been in the teaching field for 27 years! It is hard to believe it has been that long because I still love it as much as I did my first year! I have been teaching in Fulton County and have mainly taught at Spalding Drive Elementary Charter School. I have taught Kindergarten, 2nd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade. For the last several years I have concentrated in teaching Language Arts and Math, but I have taught all subjects.
I received my degrees in Early Childhood Education from Clemson University, and from Georgia State for my Master’s Degree. I also have an Educational Specialist Degree in Leadership and Administration. I am a certified TAG teacher (Talented and Gifted) as well. I have had various endorsements and trainings over my career including 6 Traits Writing, Reading Recovery, and Math University among others.
Teaching for 27 years
Meet Hanna Ronemous
Hanna Ronemous is a certified teacher in Elementary Education, Pre-K- 5th grade and Special Education, Pre-K-8th grade. Hanna received her Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education from Berry College and her Master’s Degree in Interrelated Special Education from Brenau University. She is currently teaching her 8th year. She has experience from the Atlanta Public Schools System and the Cobb County Schools District working with young children with and without special needs.
Teaching for 8 Years
She and her husband live in Cobb County and have three children and a Boxer dog. Along with her experience working with children with special needs, she also has a child with special needs. She and her husband have successfully applied early intervention strategies to provide the least restrictive environment for their child. Hanna enjoys cooking, learning new things, and spending time with family.
Meet Heidi Kastner
Tutors children of all ages and abilities.
Teacher of the Year at Murdock Elementary School for the 2007/08 School Year
Over 10 years of teaching experience
ranging from Preschool through 1st grade**