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Melissa Terry is an adjunct professor who currently serves as principal of A.R. Lewis Elementary School in Pickens, S.C. With more than 25 years experience in education, Terry has worked as both a teacher and administrator. A National Board Certified teacher, she has taught the first, second, fourth and fifth grades. She was named the Teacher of the Year at Clemson Elementary in 2000.
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  • Teacher of the Year - Clemson Elementary 2000
  • Finalist for Pickens County District Teacher of the Year 2000
Education
School Leadership Add-On Certification
Furman University
M.Ed.
Clemson University
B.A.
Clemson University

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