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Bachelor of Science - University of West Georgia '15

Mrs. Becky Earnhart

Hello,

My name is Becky Earnhart. I teach Social Studies, Reading, and English Language Arts. This will be my fourth year of teaching 4th grade at Jackson Elementary school. Altogether, I am in year 22 of working in education, previously working in the Troup County school system at Hillcrest Elementary School and more recently in the Butts County School System at Daughtry Elementary, as a Paraprofessional.

I am married to Brad Earnhart who is now retired from Central Georgia EMC. Together, we have a little French Bulldog named Jackson. I have two grown children, Holly and Mitchell. I also have five "bonus" kids whom I love as my own! My oldest is Holly. She is 29 years old and lives/works as a nursing instructor in South Carolina.  My son, Mitchell is 27 years old and is a Middle School Geography teacher in Florida. We also have Karli who is 26, Taylor who is 25, Cammi & Addi who are 21, and Daniel who is 20. Karli has two little girls, Emersyn and Willow, Cammi has a little girl named Ellie and Addi has a little girl named Aloura.

An interesting fact: My Mother & Father in law, Don & Susanne Earnhart, own the local radio station WJGA 92.1, here in Jackson.

I grew up In Vinings, Ga., a suburb of Atlanta. I have an older brother named Kevin and an older sister named Laree.

Recently, we have moved to Jackson Lake where we have purchased a lake lot. We are in the process of remodeling a home where we will eventually live. We are SO excited about that!!

I graduated from the State University of West Georgia in 2015 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminology. From there, I entered the Griffin RESA TAPP program for my teaching certification. 

Away from school, I enjoy working in the yard, restoring old furniture, and spending time with my family. 

I absolutely adore children and love what I do! From my very early years, I have always known I wanted to be a teacher.  I would "play school" with my neighborhood friends all the time. I even had a little magnetized whiteboard in our basement with the magnetic letters and numbers that I would "teach" with. :)

As always, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to us either through email or by calling the school.

Mrs. Earnhart