Ms. Katie Robinson
Welcome to the 2022-2023 school year.
I am excited about working with you all this year!!
7th Grade Resource Science Co-teacher and Math Co-teacher
Tutoring needs are Wednesday after school or as needed until 4:30 as scheduled, ahead of time.
Please look in your child's Google Classroom for their daily assignments.
Grades are posted on the parent portal, not in Google classroom.
I'm excited about helping your child learn and be successful!
- 1st- period Lit block
- 2nd- period Co-teach Science with Bolton
- 3rd-period Co-teach Math with Puente
- 4th-period Planning
- 5th-period Planning
- 6th-period Resource Science
- 7th-period Resource Science
Phone: 912 772 7001
Degrees and Certifications:
Master of Arts in Teaching BS Child and Family Development General Special Education Early Childhood
Ms. Katie W Robinson
ALL ABOUT MS. ROBINSON
I was born and grew up in Rome, Georgia as an only child. Georgia Southern University is where I got my undergraduate degree in Child and Family Development. I graduated with my Master of Arts in Teaching from Valdosta State University. Ebenezer Middle School is where I got my start as a substitute teacher, moving on to a paraprofessional for 3 years. I am beginning my fifth year of teaching 7th grade as a co-teacher. I teach science and math. I have assisted in coaching Competition Cheer and Boys Basketball. God has blessed me with three amazing children, Tren, Mollie, and Meadow who are twins. My son graduated last year and is working towards furthering his education. My twins are in 11th grade at Effingham High School. We all have a love for competitive sports! There is just too much to be thankful for in my life and this world.
This is going to be a wonderful year here at ECMS! I love my job, the teachers I work with and the school I work in. Teaching was my childhood dream, so dreams can indeed come true!! I am looking forward to working with students and seeing them grow with smiles. It is a goal of mine each day to see that I can make a difference in my student's lives, no matter how small or large. I want each student and all parents to understand that growth occurs from struggles and even failure sometimes, which we should all accept. Together with effort, we can create our own success. Children are near and dear to my heart!