• Welcome to Mrs. Schultz's Classroom!


    Grade: 9th-12th grade Resource/Inclusion 
    Email: schultzk@apps.anderson1.org
    Phone: (864) 850-5900 
    Fax: (864) 850-5929
         Hello!  Welcome to the 2019-2020 school year.  This is my 18th year as a resource teacher at Wren High School.  I have a total of 26 years experience spending the first five years teaching daily living skills to adults with severe and mental disabilities.  The last 21 years have been in the classroom.  Prior to joining the Wren family, I taught in Pennsylvania and Greenville County.  I taught all grade levels from Kindergarten through grade twelve.  I am certified to teach students with varying disabilities.  I have a Bachelor of Arts degree from Lock Haven University in Pennsylvania and a Masters of Education degree specializing in Special Education from Clemson University.  I received National Board Certification in 2009. I recently earned an educational specialist degree in school administration through Furman. 
         I am married to my college sweetheart and we have three precious children.  My oldest son, Andrew, is a music educator with the Chester School District.  My middle son, Matthew, graduated from Clemson in August and will be working as a graphic coordinator in Greenville. My youngest child, Emily, is a Sophomore at Charleston Southern University.  She is an active member of the marching band and various choral ensembles.  
         I chose this profession because I feel that I am making a difference in children's lives.  As you can imagine, working with children is an absolute blast, although the paperwork is another story!  I plan to do all within my power to help your child become the best they can be because they deserve it. Students will believe that "failure is not an option" in the classroom.  As the parents of my students, please know that your involvement is welcomed and encouraged. 
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