Ashley Short - Teacher


Mrs. Short's Class

March News


Wednesday, March 7- Adaptive PE carnival and special Papa John's pizza lunchat Roswell Community Center

Friday, March 9- Teacher Workday/no school

March 11- Remember!!!! Turn clocks back one hour!!!

Friday, March 16- Menchie's field trip ($5.00)




Ashley Short - Teacher

              Ashley Short went to University of Georgia for her undergraduate degree.  She graduated in 1996 with a B.A. in Psychology.  She graduated from Georgia State University in 2004 with a master’s degree in Special Education.  This is Mrs. Short’s 13th year of teaching.  She taught for 4 years in Cobb County as a special education teacher.  She then taught 2 years at Kennesaw Charter School, a privately managed charter school in Kennesaw.  At Kennesaw Charter School, Mrs. Short worked as a special education inclusion teacher, lead teacher, curriculum support teacher and enrollment specialist.  Following, Mrs. Short taught GA PreK for one year and then moved to Fulton County and the North Metro Department.  This is Mrs. Short’s 6th year with our program. 
            Mrs. Short is married with 4 children and lives in Marietta with her family, 2 dogs and a rabbit. She likes to eat out and watch movies outside of school.
Martha Harris - Assistant
My name is Martha Harris and I have been a paraprofessional for 28 years with the last eleven years at Sweet Apple/North Metro Program. I am married and have two children and four wonderful grandchildren. I enjoy going to church and spending time with my family. My love for children and helping them achieve is what makes my job enjoyable and very rewarding.

Mary Beth McCoy - Assistant

I enjoy working with young people. My husband Bob and I have 3 grown children of our own and 4 grandsons. We also foster parent teenage girls. We attend Brown Bridges Church.

I have worked in the North Metro wing at Sweet Apple for 10 years. When I am not working I enjoy spending time with my family. We love spending time around the water and a have a boat on Lake Lanier.

I look forward to the future.