Stephanie Williams

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Caroline Hubbard

Paraprofessional Stephanie Williams assists a student in Chris Kesterson’s environmental science class. Williams previously worked at Oak Grove Elementary School for two years before moving to Starr’s Mill.

Caroline Hubbard, Editor-in-Chief

Responsibilities 

  • Collaborative paraprofessional
  • Assist students with Independent Education Programs
  • Collaborates in Chris Kesterson’s environmental science class
  • Collaborates in Jeff Schmidlkofer’s physics class 

Education

  • Bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of West Georgia
  • Master’s degree in psychology from the University Of West Georgia 

Background

  • Previously worked with students in the TRIAD program at Oak Grove Elementary

Starr’s Mill is proud to welcome paraprofessional Stephanie Williams who joins the Panther Family from a fellow Fayette County school.

Williams joins the Panther family as a collaborative paraprofessional, working with students in science classes.

“The goal is to make sure each student is provided with their specific accommodations in the classroom,” Williams said.   

Despite the struggle of changing schools, Williams’s favorite part about being at Starr’s Mill has been joining the PALS club and working with the special education department.

“Transitioning from Oak Grove Elementary School to Starr’s Mill High School was a huge jump for me,” Williams said. “ I do miss the students a lot!”

In her free time, Williams enjoys watching movies with her family, exercising, cycling, reading self-help and wellness books, volunteering, and sleeping.

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