Jill Peacock Staff Photo
Education

Georgia Southwestern State University - Americus, GA

Bachelor of Science in Education (B.S. Ed.)

Health and Physical Education 1995

Georgia Southwestern State University - Americus, GA

Master of Education (M.Ed.)

Health and Human Performance 2004



Experience

ESS Teacher- Morris Innovative High School, Dalton, GA (2015-2016)

Head Boys and Girls Soccer Coach

Physical Education Instructor grades K-5 - L.K. Moss Elementary School (2000 to 2015)

Head Coach Marion County Varsity Tennis (2003-2015)

Boys State Champions Class A 2013 & 2014, Semi-Finalist 2015

Overall 13 year Record as Head Coach Boys and Girls: 212-110

Also coached basketball, track, and softball off and on during career

Physical Education Instructor grades 6-8 - Sumter County Middle School (1996-2000)

Head Girls Basketball and Head Girls Track coach

Certified National Archery in the Schools Instructor and Coach

Part-time Instructor for Georgia Southwestern State University-

            Classes taught at GSW include:

                        HPER 2050- Physical Education for Early Childhood Teachers (Summer 2006- 2015)

                        HPER 3050- Materials and Methods of Early Childhood Physical Education       (Summer 2006-2012)

                        HPER 3550- Special Problems in Special Populations (Summer 2006-2012)

                        HPER 3800- Family Health Issues (Spring 2006)



Bio

I am in my 21st year of teaching.  I am originally from Buena Vista, GA but I now live here in Calhoun.   My husband, Judson Peacock, is a teacher here at Ashworth Middle School as well.  We have two children who are both grown and hopefully being productive citizens!  I love to read and I believe that reading is an important part of being a lifelong learner.  Good books can take you to new places and lead you on new adventures plus they can give you insights into things you didn't know before.  I hope that the students here at Ashworth will become lovers of reading and trust in their ability to write by the time they leave my class.