Ms. Marsha H. Fehr

Phone: 229-409-5586 ext.2346

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

M.Ed. in Early Childhood Education General Special Education Certification Special Education Adapted Curriculum Certification Autism Spectrum Disorder Endorsement

Ms. Marsha H. Fehr

 

 

     Hello! My name is Marsha Fehr, and this is my 19th year teaching at the Elementary (P-5) level.  I began my teaching career in Atlanta City Schools, where I taught both 1st and 2nd grade.  Wanting to be closer to family, I decided to move to Jefferson County, Georgia.  I taught at Louisville Elementary School for twelve years in Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 4th and 5th grades.  My son and I decided it was time for a change, and decided to move to Ben Hill County four years ago, where I began teaching 5th grade at Ben Hill Elementary. After three years of teaching fifth grade, I moved to fourth grade.  However, I have moved to the Special Education Department, and currently teach a self-contained classroom.  I am passionate about teaching, and enjoy watching children's minds grow into readers, thinkers, and problem solvers.  There is nothing more rewarding than watching a "light bulb" go off in a child's head, and witnessing a bright smile emerge onto their face as they have one of those "aha!" moments.  

     I attended Mercer University in Macon, GA where I received my bachelor's degree.  I continued my education in Atlanta, GA where I received my Masters in Early Childhood Education.  I have recently added both General Special Education and Special Education Adapted Curriculum certification to my teaching certificate.  I also have added an endorsement for Autism Spectrum Disorder.  

     In a nutshell, I love teaching and I love children.  I am passionate about what I do, and I truly feel that as people we have an opportunity to learn something new every day - we must just keep our eyes, ears and minds open to the world around us.  I aim to instill my passion for learning into the student's I teach.  I want them to experience and believe that learning can be fun!