Ann Rodgers is principal of Hahira Middle School - a sixth through eighth grade school in Hahira, which under Ms. Rodgers' tenure was in 1987 named a Georgia School of Excellence by the State Department of Education. Ms. Rodgers was active in developing the Georgia Initiative in Mathematics and Science Project funded by the National Science Foundation. Ms. Rodgers has also developed and directs British / American Teacher Exchange Program which has led to Hahira's recognition as Georgia's First School of the Future, as well as to the establishment of British sister schools for Lowndes County. Ms. Rodgers has also developed a teaching network to assist middle school teachers and administrators in Georgia, Florida, and Alabama. "When teachers are partners in a vision, when they are allowed to develop that vision, and when they have the trust of their administration then it is the students who reap the benefits by acquiring the skills to become productive citizens."
1968 Florida State University, B.A.