Mrs. Anna Howie will Join Talbot Schools Curriculum Team

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Talbot County Public Schools has announced that Mrs. Anna Howie will join the curriculum team as Supervisor of Career and Technology Education Programs effective July 1, 2018.  Mrs. Howie will replace Mrs. Pamela Clay, who will retire at the end of June after a long and distinguished career with Talbot County Public Schools. In addition, Mrs. Howie will be providing coaching support to middle school math teachers to improve student achievement.

“Career and Technology Education truly makes a difference for our students and their future,” said Dr. Helga Einhorn, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction.  “This is why it was so important to me to find someone who can continue to lead our programs with not only expertise but also a passion for student success.  I am looking forward to Mrs. Anna Howie joining our team in this very important role.  Her experience in mathematics will be an additional asset in supporting teaching and learning.”

Mrs. Howie earned a Bachelor of Industrial Engineering (BIE) degree from Georgia Institute of Technology in 1999.  She holds an Advanced Professional Certificate in Mathematics for grades 7-12 and Middle School Mathematics (grades 4-9), and is certified as Administrator I.   She earned a Masters in Administration and Supervision from the University of Phoenix in 2014.

Howie currently serves as Supervisor of Mathematics and Accountability for Dorchester County Public Schools, where she has worked since 2002.   She began her career teaching middle school science, social studies, mathematics and physical education.  She has also served as Instructional Mathematics Coach, Assistant Human Resources Administrator, and Local Accountability Coordinator. Other professional development includes attending the Women in Education Leadership Conference and the Aspiring Principals Institute.

Mrs. Howie comes from a line of educators who have served Talbot County. Her grandfather, Willis Scott, Sr. taught Industrial Arts at Moton High School and her mother, Peggy Scott-Rice was an English teacher at Easton Middle School. She lives in Easton with her husband, Kirk Howie, principal of Easton High School, and their children Jaylen, KJ, and Teagan.

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