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Billingsley School    Billingsley, AL

Susan Carter Staff Photo
Subjects Taught
2nd Grade


UAB 1994-2000

Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education

Working towards a Masters in Instructional Leadership and Administration at the University of West Alabama 





In 2000, I began my teaching career at Jonesboro Elementary School.  I taught second and third grade before moving to Trussville City Schools in 2003.  From here I had the opportunity to teach third grade for four years at Paine Intermediate, in Trussville.  During this time I was also the AEA representative for our school, on the SACS Accredidation Commitee, and a part of the Leadership Team.  In 2006, I married and moved to Billingsley.  I have been at Billingsley for 9 years teaching second grade.  Go Bears!! 


My name is Susan Carter and this will be my 10th year at Billingsley School! YEAH! I began teaching in 2000, where I had the opportunity to begin my teaching career with the Bessemer City School System. From there I moved to Paine Intermediate in Trussville where I taught third grade. Before teaching, I was a student at UAB where I received my undergraduate degree in Elementary Education. I hope to further my studies and receive my Master's and AA in Educational Leadership. I am originally from Homewood, Alabama, and spent 7 years in Hoover before moving to Billingsley. My husband is Jeremy Carter who is a native of Billingsley and graduated from BHS in 1995. He is currently the Defensive Coordinator, and Head Baseball Coach at Morgan Academy in Selma. We have two beautiful children, Kenley 7, and Nash 3.  In my spare time (not that there is much) I enjoy running, being outside, and SEC Football. Roll Tide!!!!

Over my years of teaching, I have learned many things. I learned you need a solid foundation of teachers who love their job and want to make a difference in the life of a child. I have that opportunity! My promise is to give 100% of myself every day to your child. I have a vision for my students to become lifelong learners, who are independent readers and thinkers. I want them to take every opportunity to learn something new. I look forward to this upcoming school year and can’t wait to see how the students will grow!!      

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