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Mrs. Bethany McAfee
Bethany McAfee has been in the educational system for over 11 years. Her first five years were spent instructing college students at Vanguard University of Southern California as well as at Radford University in Virginia. Although she enjoyed teaching college students, after earning her master’s degree in English in 2011, she switched to teaching high schoolers. She has taught English grades 9-12, including Dual Enrollment College Classes and Yearbook.
In 2013 she was awarded one of eight “Super Teachers” in Virginia by the Virginia Lottery for her ability to build great relationships with students and use effective teaching practices. In Fall of 2014, she competed against the other teachers and ultimately became the Grand Champion of the “Super Teachers.” In addition to focusing on content, Mrs. McAfee also devotes time to cultivating kind and productive students in her classroom. In her spare time, Mrs. McAfee enjoys being with her family, volunteering at a local animal shelter, and playing basketball.