Alicia Conerly

I am currently the Assistant Principal of Monticello Elementary School in Lawrence County School District in Monticello, MS. I obtained my bachelor’s degree from The University of Mississippi Medical Center in 2008. My degree was in Cytotechnology. I received my master’s degree in education from William Carey University in 2012. I obtained my specialist degree in Educational Leadership from Arkansas State University in 2014. I also obtained my STEM certification from Mississippi College in 2016. I have won several awards on the local, state, and national level. I have two passions my faith and education. I love to sing, read, and praise God. My husband is Pastor and I am a member of many church Auxiliaries on the local, state, and national level. I have three boys 14, 9, & 7.




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Recent Reviews by Alicia

Tue Jun 11, 2019 10:37 PM
5 Science for All: Using the Textbook Effectively to Encourage Student Growth
This was an awesome article! It provided strategies that I once used in the classroom myself, as well as, those that I now encourage my teachers to use. The are all effective and produce excellent results when used with fidelity. The key is to use them with FIDELITY!!! They can be used across several other disciplines as well. Therefore, I would recommend this article and it it's resources to all grade levels because they can be tweaked to fit all.

Tue Jun 11, 2019 10:20 PM
3 Science for All: Supplementing the Textbook Effectively to Encourage Student Gro
This article was very informative. Working in a southern rural area, I am not sure if all of the resources provided would be feasible for low socioeconomic schools. The tool Diigo and the books provided would have to be purchased in order to get the full benefits of using them based on what the article intended. There is a free portion of Diigo, but it limits you tremendously. I did enjoy the concept and the case made for supplemental texts to textbooks.

Tue Jun 11, 2019 2:29 PM
5 Science for All: Building a Bridge Over Homework
This article is is AWESOME! I am still one of those old school educators who believes in giving homework. This article is proof of how valuable homework is. The added touch to the article was the missing homework email. I feel that teachers on all grade levels would benefit from this information.