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Mrs. Jennifer Hall

Mrs. Hall graduated from Kennesaw State University and began teaching in 1995. She moved to North Carolina and taught in a private school for 5 years teaching first through fifth grades. In 2000, she moved to Kingston and taught Kindergarten at Elm Street for the 2000-2001 school year. Mrs. Hall then taught 2nd grade at Kingston Elementary in Bartow County. While teaching at Kingston Elementary, Mrs. Hall was offered a wonderful opportunity to be a School Improvement Specialist in Paulding County. When she got married in 2007, she moved to south Georgia with her husband and worked as a Literacy Coach in Colquitt County. In addition to being a Literacy Coach, she also taught 2nd grade and was the Teacher of the Year for the 2011-2012 school year. Mrs. Hall taught gifted students the last three years teaching in Colquitt County. While living in Colquitt County, Mr. and Mrs. Hall were blessed with two beautiful miracle children. Their first daughter was born in 2012, and their second daughter was born three years later in 2015. In the summer of 2015, Mrs. Hall and her family moved back to north Georgia, when their second daughter was 6 months old, to be closer to Mrs. Hall's family. She was offered a job teaching 4th grade ELA and Social Studies in Polk County which she happily accepted. She currently lives in Cedartown with her husband and their two daughters. 
Mrs. Hall is excited to be back at Elm Street teaching gifted students!