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I graduated from Hart County High School in 1984. I graduated from Brenau University in 1994 with a Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education. I received my Reading Specialist certification for grades P-12 from Clemson University.  I am currently working on my Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction at Georgia Southern University and will graduate in the Summer of 2017. 


I begin work as a Kindergarten paraprofessional in 1987. After five years as a paraprofessional, I taught in grades Kindergarten, First grade, and Third grade before working as a Reading Intervention teacher for grades K-5. This is my 12th year as a Literacy/Academic Coach. I can't believe I just started my 27th year in Education!


     My name is Tracy Hendrix. I was grew up in Hart County and graduated from high school in 1984. After graduating from college in 1994, I taught in the Hart County School System for 10 years before leaving to teach in Franklin County. What a great move that was for me! I taught at Lavonia Elementary for another 5 years before accepting a job as a Literacy Coach at Carnesville Elementary. After 8 years, I moved to Franklin County High School as an Academic Coach. I am in my 4th year at the high school. I don't mind getting up each morning to work with this awesome group of colleagues and students!

     I have been married for 28 years to Robert Hendrix. I have two adult sons (Kris and Dylan), two daughter-in laws (Blonca and Briana), and three grandchildren (Ava, Korben, and Kysen). 

     I believe our most important job as educators is to "walk our talk" as we model the importance of life-long learning for our students, as well as the parents and community members whom we partner with as we grow our next generation.