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Affecting students for life
Carol Ayers tries to give her students lessons that last forever
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Carol Ayers, center, leads Teaching as a Profession instruction for ninth through 12 graders at Screven County High School. Above, she outlines the last two weeks of class before finals and discusses upcoming events in which FCCLA students can participate. - photo by CRYSTAL WALKER/Staff
SYLVANIA - Rather than slowing down after 34 years of service as an educator, Screven County High School's Carol Ayers seems to be fueled by the stability her experience provides her in everyday instruction. During an interview with the Statesboro Herald, Ayers alluded to the ease of teaching and confidence that comes with experience, allowing all her energy to be channeled where it is necessary - the students. After leaving Pensacola, Fla., Ayers taught in Cobb County, Ga., before making her home in Sylvania in 1978.
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