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Janine George Staff Photo

This is my sixth year at Douglas County High School. I graduated from Valdosta State University with my masters in Deaf Education in 2011, where I met wonderful people and grew professionally.  I completed a second masters in Dual Sensory Impairments, better known as Deafblind, as well as an endorsement to become a Teacher of the Visually Impaired at Texas Tech University in 2015.


As always, I am excited to be a part of the Tiger family and have wonderful students here and at other schools throughout the county. I am married with two beautiful daughters. Also at home are my other children, my two cats and my two dogs. 


This is going to be a great year and I look forward to many adventures! 


I am a teacher of many hats. I work with students throughout Douglas County and many different schools from preschool through age 21 with various ability levels. Some students are deaf or hard of hearing, some are visually impaired, some blind, some deafblind, and many have multiple disabilities. But one thing they all have in common is that they will forever be my kids. I have the best job in the world and get to do great things everyday. There is nothing as rewarding as seeing your kids achieve a goal they have set for themselves and surpassing that goal to achieve so much more. I also have the pleasure of sponsoring the American Sign Languae (ASL) Club here at Douglas County High where we learn about Deaf Culture while learning to sign and all the adventure that goes along with learning a new language.