Please join us in congratulating Christy Goforth who has been selected as the new Special Education Director. She is replacing Traci White who is retiring on May 31st. Mrs. Goforth grew up in McRae, Georgia and moved to Milledgeville in 1992 to attend Georgia College and State University(GCSU) where she received her Bachelor’s in Psychology. She has also earned a Master’s Degree in Special Education & Leadership as well as a Specialist Degree in Curriculum from GCSU. Mrs. Goforth has been employed with the Baldwin County School District for 25 years. She began her career as a Paraprofessional at Westend Elementary School. She also taught at Boddie Middle School for 9 years in a self-contained special education classroom and then later moved on to Oak Hill Middle School. Mrs. Goforth served as the Special Education Coordinator for the middle school for 10 years and Pre-K - 2nd grade for the past 4 years.
Christy and her husband, James, just celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary. They have two children; Tyler and Hannah. Christy believes: “Most stress comes from the way you respond! Adjust your attitude, be grateful for each day, and remember from where your joy truly comes!”