Hubbard finds new opportunities


Kayla G. Maples, Staff reporter

   Starting her career as a fourth grade math teacher, now world history teacher Kelly Hubbard felt like she was led to George County High School.

    “I am very excited to be at George County High School” she said. Hubbard brings with her a wealth of knowledge due to her having 18 years of experience and her ability to teach at multiple educational levels. 

   She graduated from George County High School and went to Mississippi State University to get her Bachelor’s degree in teaching but Hubbard then continued her education at William Carey University obtaining a Master’s degree.

   Along with her wealth of knowledge and other skills, Hubbard has also accumulated a few pet peeves over the years such as noises and tapping.

   When she is not busy grading papers in her classroom ,she enjoys traveling, relaxing  and spending time with her family including her two daughters 

   Hubbard is very close to her roots and is very passionate about teaching at the high school she graduated from. Proving that once a rebel, always a rebel.