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Ms.  Jane  Martin
Library Media Specialist
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  • 1972 graduate of Community High School
  • 1974 graduate of Motlow State Community College with an Associates of Science degree in Secretarial Science
  • 1978 graduate of Middle Tennessee State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Education
  • 1982 graduate of Middle Tennessee State University with a Master of Science degree in Business Education
  • Additional 30 hours of graduate course work in Library Science and English as a Second Language


     I began my teaching career in August of 1980.  My first seven years were spent at Cascade High School as a Business teacher.  I transferred to Community High School in August of 1987.  After 20 years of teaching in the classroom, I became the Library Media Specialist.


     After graduating from Community High School in May of 1972, I immediately began my college experience at Motlow State Community College.  My initial plans were to obtain a one year certificate in Secretarial Science.  Upon experiencing success on the college level, I decided to finish my Associates degree in Secretarial Science.  After my graduation from Motlow in 1974, I entered the workforce as a secretary.  It didn't take me long to realize that being a secretary wasn't what I wanted to do for the rest of my life.  I entered MTSU in the fall of 1976 and started working on a Bachelors degree in teaching.  After graduating in 1978, I applied for teaching positions, but there were no openings in Business Education.  I worked for the next two years as a secretary until a position was open.  In order to get the job, I had to return to college in the summer of 1980 and complete my certification in English.  I was hired as a Business / English teacher at Cascade High School where I spent the next seven years.  In the fall of 1987, I transferred to Community High School as a middle and high school English / Reading teacher.  I spent the next thirteen years in this position.  In the fall of 2000, I became the Library Media Specialist at Community High School -- The Best School . . . . . . Period!!