My name is Amy Loiselle, and I grew up in Tampa, Florida. After high school, I attended the University of Alabama where I earned my bachelor’s degree in the field of special education. After teaching for several years, I went on to earn my Master’s degree from Walden University in 2006. While at Walden, my degree focused on Curriculum and Instruction with a specific emphasis in Reading/English Language Arts and Social Studies. I continued my higher education at Piedmont University earning a Specialist degree in 2008.
My teaching profession began in Cobb County at Dodgen Middle School where I taught special education and reading. While at Dodgen, I began a coaching career in competition cheerleading at Walton High School. After getting married and moving to the Woodstock community, I transfer to Cherokee County in 2004 and began my career at E.T. Booth. At E.T Booth, I have taught two years of special education, eight years of 7th grade reading, and four years of 8th grade literacy workshop and lit comp. I have been on multiple committees, served as team leader, and I am currently the English/Language Arts department chairperson for BMS.
I am extremely excited to begin another year at Booth Middle. My philosophy is to encourage students to grow into young adults that will flourish in the real world. My goal is create a learning environment that inspires the students to want to come into my classroom each day.
I can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org .