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Brandi Parmer Staff Photo

I graduated high school from Villa Rica High School and continued my education locally at the University of West Georgia. I graduated college during the spring of 2015 with a bachelors in Early Childhood Education. 


After college, I immediately began my professional career as an educator with Liberty County Schools, outside of Savannah, GA. My first year teaching, I had the privilege of teaching preschool with the Georgia Pre-K Program. After my first year, I was offered a first grade teaching position at another school in the county. I am happily teaching my third year as a wolf cub with MAES. Although I'm new to MAES and Douglas County Schools, I am ecstatic to be "home" teaching. 


I was born in Minnesota and relocated with my family at the age of nine. Since then, I've called Villa Rica home until moving outside of Savannah, GA in 2015.

When I was a child, I always wanted to be the teacher while playing. When I was in middle and high school, I still aspired to be an educator, however, I did not feel "smart enough." At this season of life, some of the most influential people in my life were educators and invested their love and aspirations into me. With some encouragement of these loving individuals, I just knew I could do it. I became very dedicated to the field I call my mission field.

As a life long learner, I strive to share this passion with the students I'm blessed to teach. I value each student and their story. I believe in strong character education. I value their personalities and incorporate that into our daily learning. I strive for a classroom environment that is positive and encouraging with peers. I want the students to learn how to build the skills it takes to collaborate effectively with others. My hopes for each child leaving my room is to know their value and potential. 

I am so thrilled to have your child in my classroom this school year. We will have a great school year!


"Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all." - Aristotle