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Jennifer Graff

2020 - 2021 Eighth Grade Last Updated: 7/28/2020 3:13 PM

I am looking forward to having your child in my math class for my 27th year of teaching and 12th year at E.T. Booth Middle.

I received my undergraduate degree in Early Childhood Education from the University of Georgia. After teaching 4th and 5th grades in North Carolina for 3 years, I returned home to Flowery Branch and began working at Friendship Elementary in Hall County. While teaching 1st and 5th grades for 2 years, I began work on my graduate degree at North Georgia College and State University where I received a degree in Middle Grades with a concentration in Math. I then transferred to C.W. Davis Middle School where I taught 6th grade for 6 years.

After marrying, I moved to Cherokee County and began working at E.T. Booth Middle School as an 8th grade math teacher teaching for 8 years. I chose to move in a different direction and became a special education teacher teaching 6th grade. After 15 years at the middle school level, I chose to return to elementary school transferring to Holly Springs Elementary and taught in the special education department working with Kindergarteners through 5th grade students in a variety of subject areas. While working at HSES, I received my Specialists Degree from Piedmont College. With my additional degree in hand, I am honored to be able to return to Booth and continue my love of teaching math at the middle school level.

My husband and I reside right here in Cherokee with our two boys, 17 and 13 who attend Cherokee County schools. Our boys play ice hockey and are involved in many activities that keep up busy.

I look forward to getting to know you and your student. Let’s make it a great year here at Booth!