I was born and raised on a farm on the outskirts of a town with no traffic light and one stop sign. My life consisted of waking up with the roosters and attempting to carry two 5-gallon buckets of water 60 feet to a large red barn that housed 4 steers- not to mention the feeding and watering of rabbits, chickens, and pigs- all before the bus was to pick me up down our dirt lane. Though the chores seemed endless I had an unforgettable childhood, but at the time for graduation I was ready to experience the other side of the world-- the city. I attended the University of Toledo and obtained a BA in Communication. Following college I lived in Cleveland, OH; Pittsburg, PA; and now Loganville, GA. I worked in the corporate world in Human Resources and then decided to stay home and raise my two beautiful daughters: Callie and Emma. I have returned to my true calling and love which is teaching. I now hold a Masters in Education and a Specialist Degree along with a Leadership Certificate. My husband, Brian Hobbs, also teaches for Walton County. I expect every student who enters my classroom to see film in new ways. I have a different approach to teaching, realizing that every child learns differently. My goal is for them to see the potential inside of them and help them succeed and realize their great self worth.