Jeromy Williams has been a special-education teacher for the past 10 years. He spent the first four years of his career teaching second-grade special-needs pupils at Screven County Elementary School. He was awarded Teacher of the Year (1999) at Screven County before coming to Columbia County.
Jeromy Williams, Harlem High School Teacher of the Year
Photo by Jim Blaylock
Williams started his career in Columbia County working with the transition program at Evans High for four years before transferring to Harlem High.
In his first year at Harlem High, Williams has been recognized as the Teacher of the Year.
"Being selected as Teacher of the Year is such a blessing," he said. "I have a learning disability myself. I got into special education to help students that have had to struggle through school like I did."
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