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Mrs. Geurin: I am excited to begin my 16th year teaching TAG at Crabapple Crossing and my 26th year as an educator. My previous teaching experience was in East Cobb County where I was born and raised! I have an undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia, Early Childhood Education certification from Georgia State University and a Masters degree from Brenau University. I am currently working towards my Specialist degree from Georgia Southern. My husband Tony and I have been married for 31 years and I have 3 children. Craig and Zach are both graduates of Georgia Southern, . Amy is a senior at Georgia Southern. When I get the chance, I enjoy reading, gardening, volunteering in the community, and going to the beach with my family. Teaching and guiding students to reach their potential is what I enjoy most about teaching. I look forward to a great year of learning and discovering with your children. Follow me on Twitter @geurinccetag
Mrs. Keller: Welcome! I am very excited to be joining the Crabapple Crossing Colts this year! This is my 34 year of teaching….wow! I grew up in Richmond, Virginia where I began my teaching career. I meet my husband of 40 years in Richmond, then moved to Ohio, Colorado, then back to Ohio. We moved to Atlanta in 1991 where I began teaching 1st-3rd grades at Dolvin ES in Fulton County. I retired in June of 2014, or so I thought. The opportunity presented itself the following fall to begin teaching in the Talented and Gifted program at Dolvin. Over the last five years I have taught TAG at Dolvin ES, Birmingham Falls ES and Summit Hill ES. The TAG program is my real love!! Watching these young minds grow and think, brings me such joy! My husband, Steve and I have 2 daughters, Sarah and Rebecca, 2 grandsons, JP and Grant, and one fluffy cat, Denver. I love to read, to travel, play a little tennis and to spend time with my family and friends. Thank you for letting me be a part of your student’s life!
Mrs. Waller: It's hard to believe, but this will be my 23rd year teaching. About half of my teaching career was in regular ed, and the other half has been in TAG. I absolutely love teaching TAG because it affords me the opportunity to help children think outside of the box, and really dive into some interesting topics! I encourage my students to not just think of one right answer all of the time, but to think of many different ways that they could solve a problem. My husband Chris and I live in Roswell and have two children, Natalie and Phillip. Natalie is a sophomore at Georgia College, and Phillip is a junior at Roswell High School. When I'm not at CCE, you can find me walking along the "Hooch" with our golden retriever JoJo, cheering on Phillip at his lacrosse games or Facetiming Natalie to make sure she's surviving at college without me! Thank you for sharing your children with me, I look forward to working with them this year! And, remember to follow me on Twitter @ccetag