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Regina Graham Staff Photo
Subjects Taught
Psychology, World History

Education

B.A. Mass Communications (Journalism) Winthrop University 1998

Minor: History

 

Secondary Teacher's Cerfication in Social Studies Francis Marion University 2000



Experience

2000-2012 Hannah-Pamplico High School

2012-Present Johnsonville High School



Bio

Johnsonville High School is home to me.  My father, Charles L. Graham, was the first principal in the current building, and my mother, Jacke Graham, was the study hall supervisor and cheerleading coach.  I grew up roaming the halls and flashing my school spirit to everyone since I was old enough to understand what school spirit was.  I have known the school alma mater since I was in 1st grade and was voted Most School Spirit when I gradated in 1994. 

I swore I would not be a teacher like everyone else in my family and after graduation set out to become a sports writer or magazine design editor by getting my degree in mass communications at Wintrhop University in Rock Hill, South Carolina.  I graduated from Wintrhop in 1998 and set out, looking for a job.  In our area, these type of jobs were few and far between, so after the summer my prinicpal father convinced me to go to Francis Marion to work on my education certification.  Begrudingly, I did so.

Even more begrudingly I loved it. Teaching came so naturally to me, and I loved it in ways I never imagined.

Two years later I started teaching at Hannah-Pamplico High School.  I taught there for 12 years.

Finally, it was time to come to JHS.  In 2012 I could finally let my true gold and black flash again.  I am now in my fifth year at my beloved alma mater.  I love being home.  I love teaching my childhood friends' children.  I love walking the same halls my parents did. (They are both deceased.)

I am also the yearbook advisor, which I adore.  I love that I get to use my journalism skills and add to contribute to the history of our community. 

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