I am Nancy Brim, a teacher at East Jackson Comprehensive High School. I currently teach Earth Systems and Physical Science . In past years, I taught Honors Biology and General Chemistry at East Jackson.
Before coming to East Jackson, I taught at Lakeside High School for 19 years teaching AP Chemistry, Gifted Chemistry, Accelerated Chemistry, General Chemistry, Environmental Science, and Test Prep.
Before that I taught for six years at Miller Grove Junior/Middle School teaching Physical Science, Survey Physical Science, Earth Science, and Integrated Science.
I attended Sewanee: The University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee and received a Bachelor of Science in Biology. I then attended San Jose State and received a Master of Arts in Secondary Education with an emphasis on science. I later became certified as a National Board Certified Teacher in 2003 and successfully renewed in 2013.
I am involved in Georgia Science Teachers Association, the state science teacher’s organization. I have served as secretary, secondary representative, vice-president, and currently I am the Executive Secretary/Treasurer and run the conference store for the annual GSTA conferences held in February around the state. The 2019 conference will be in Columbus at the convention center February 14-16. You can access the GSTA website here.
I am also involved with Camp Juliette Low where I have been attending since 1979. I have been a camper, unit counselor, unit leader, ropes course director, pool director, CIT director, and currently serve as a co-director (since 1994). The camp is located in the North Georgia mountains on top of Lookout Mountain in a beautiful part of the state. See more at Camp Juliette Low.