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The mission of Lyerly School is to provide an environment where every child is welcome and important, as they prepare to become a productive member of society.
Remember the choice is yours to have a great school year.
Courtney Driskell RSS
I was born and raised in Chattooga County. I attended Menlo Elementary School, and I am a graduate of Chattooga High School. After high school, I went on to attend Shorter College.  I received my Bachelor of Science degree in Early Childhood Education from Shorter in 2001. This allows me to teach students in grades pre-k through fifth. Since that time, I have been a teacher at Lyerly Elementary School.  I taught a combination kindergarten/first grade class for one year and have since taught Pre-K and fourth and fifth grades.  In 2011, I added an ESOL Endorsement to my certificate, and I completed the Gifted Endorsement program in May of 2014. I am currently working on a Master's Degree in School Counseling. This year I will be the school counselor for both Lyerly and Menlo Elementary Schools.

In 2010, I became the wife of Tyler Driskell. I'm lucky enough to be mom to three wonderful children.  Laney is in the tenth grade at Chattooga High School, Hayden is in seventh grade this year, and Claire is in the first grade. I also have two beautiful Yorkie dogs that I love like my children.

In what spare time I have, I enjoy playing with my children, swimming, sports, theme parks, scrapbooking, and reading. 

 
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