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Broome named county's top teacher for 2020-21
Jamesa Broome
Jamesa Broome. Photo provided.

Jamesa Broome has been named Bryan County Schools 2020-21 Teacher of the Year, according to a press release sent by the district.

Broome teaches seventh grade math at Richmond Hill Middle School. Additionally, she is the math department chair, a member of the RHMS Leadership Team, a mentor in the Bryan Builds program, a teacher representative on the RHMS School Council, and the Southeast Region Representative for the Georgia Council of Teachers of Mathematics.

“Jamesa is a dedicated teacher who goes above and beyond for her students. She is innovative, passionate and driven. We are so honored to call her ours," said Elizabeth Bennett, Richmond Hill Middle School Principal.

Broome holds a bachelor’s degree in special education from North Georgia College and State University, a master’s degree in interrelated special education, and a specialist degree in curriculum and learning. She has been teaching and working with students for 28 years.

“We are fortunate to have so many quality educators in Bryan County and Mrs. Broome is the very best!”, added Dr. Paul Brooksher, Superintendent of Bryan County Schools.

In addition to teaching, Broome has served as a coach for basketball, softball, and cheerleading, at both the middle and high school levels. She is also an active member of New Beginnings Church where she is a member of the Worship Band and an AWANA leader.

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