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Ms.  Arnthena  Hill
Special Education Teacher
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Alabama A &M University Bachelor of Science Degree
The University of West Alabama Master's Degree


Employed by the Perry County Board of Education as a special education teacher from August, 1989-Present

Prior to obtaining employment in Perry County I was employed by:

The Sumter County Board of Education as a special education teacher at North Sumter Jr. High School,

Bryce Hospital as a special education/adult education teacher at the Bryce Adult School, and

The Los Angeles Unified School District as a special education teacher at Shenandoah Elementary School.



     I am a native of Hale County, born and raised in the wonderful city of Sawyerville, Alabama.  I am the second of four siblings.  I attended high school at the Greensboro Public School, East Campus where I graduated as the salutatorian of my class.  I then attended Alabama A&M University where I majored in Special Education with a concentration in Mental Retardation.  I graduated with honors and furthered my education by obtaining a Master's Degree from The University of West Alabama.

     I am the mother of three adult children; Maurika, Luthan, and Johnathan; graduates of The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Tuskegee University/Harvard Business School, and Alabama A&M University.  They are, indeed, blessings to me and proof that "something good" can come out of the Blackbelt.

     I consider every child a gift.  It is my belief that every child can learn; not necessarily the same thing, the same way, and in the same amount of time but, EVERY CHILD CAN LEARN!  If I did not hold firm to this belief I guess I would not have been in this profession this long.  I have an affinity for the "least of these", those who have no voice, no audience, no advocate, yet they have gifts.  I take responsibility for these children.  I know that there are times that I must speak for them, listen to them, cheer them, stand up for them, and cultivate their gifts when no one else will...I TEACH.