Mrs. Sallie Minick has been chosen as the 2018 Webster County Schools Teacher of the Year. She is an inclusion teacher for our elementary and middle schools. As an inclusion teacher, Mrs. Minick teaches alongside fellow classroom teachers teaching various subject areas at different grade levels. When asked about co-teaching any subject/grade level in various classrooms, she replied, “I embrace the challenge and responsibility of establishing an environment where all children can learn and grow to maximize their potential.” She also added, “As an educator, I must adapt various teaching styles and learning styles to reach the children in the most effective way possible by continuing to research innovative ways to reach students in this ever changing world. It is my primary goal to develop all children in my classrooms both educationally and socially.” By working with and collaborating she considers it a blessing to serve alongside the staff of Webster County Schools.
Mrs. Minick’s education background includes a Bachelor of Science in Education - Exercise Science & Wellness from Georgia Southwestern State University and a Master’s Degree in Education - Special Education from Valdosta State University. She is married to Danny Minick and they have two children.