Kim Eades loves making a difference and helping children learn with love and kindness. Children are special to Mrs. Eades and they deserve a warm and caring environment in which to learn. Mrs. Eades fosters creativity and individuality in her classroom. She strives to provide all her students with opportunities to use their areas of strength and to develop in their areas of weakness. Her goal is to teach her students important skills and knowledge so they will be successful in the real world. Mrs. Eades has a deep desire to continue to learn and grow professionally. Mrs. Eades couldn't imagine working in any other profession!
Mrs. Eades has been an educator in Forsyth County Schools since 2000. She looks forward to her twentieth year of teaching and her tenth year in 2nd grade at Sharon Elementary. Mrs. Eades has taught kindergarten, first, second, third, and fourth grade. "I have truly enjoyed establishing relationships with my students, staff members, and Sharon families over the last 10 years that Sharon has been open."
In her role as 2nd grade teacher, Mrs. Eades says she most enjoys "diving into teaching and learning every day with her students." "I challenge myself to meet the individual needs of my students by giving them fun opportunities to learn!" she says. "I have a passion for learning the standards/curriculum and staying current on best instructional practices."
Mrs. Eades resides in Forsyth County with her husband, Justin, and their daughter, Ella McRee Eades(3), and two beautiful step sons, Cody(14) and Cooper(11). She is a huge UGA Bulldog fan and in the fall, she spends her Saturdays with the boys cheering on the DAWGS! During the summer, Mrs. Eades' family spends time at St. Augustine Beach.
Mrs. Eades holds a BS degree in Early Childhood Education from Georgia Southern University and a Reading and Literacy masters degree from Walden University.