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Avery named LCSS Teacher of the Year
Teacher of the Year Avery
Sheryl Avery, Liberty County School System Teacher of the Year, with Liberty County High School Principal Debra Frazier and Liberty County School System Superintendent Dr. Franklin Perry.

Sheryl Avery, ninth and tenth grade literature and English composition teacher at Liberty County High School, was named district Teacher of The Year during the 2021 Teacher of the Year celebration dinner Nov. 7 at Bradwell Institute.  

Avery’s response to winning the honor?

“I have always sought the opportunity to change the world. Being a teacher means reaching the younger generation, and this also means reaching future generations who will one day become our leaders in an ever-changing society,” she said. 

2021 Teacher of the Year


Pre-K:  Jenna Maney

Button Gwinnett: Danielle Strickland

Frank Long: Carla Tyson 

Joseph Martin: Rhonda Long

Liberty Elementary: Angelene Lawson-Malek

Lyman Hall: Kaitlyn Caudill

Taylors Creek: Tiffany Gallob

Waldo Pafford: Errol Roach

Lewis Frasier: Walter Edgington

Midway Middle: Yoko Parker

Snelson Golden: Darlene Leverett

Bradwell Institute: Hannah Akin

Horizons Learning Center:                  Alisia Jackson-Hall

Liberty College and Career Academy: Caryn Brown


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