Phone: (803) 425-8975
Degrees and Certifications:
Bachelors in Multi-Categorical Special Education from Columbia College Class of 2007 Masters in Education in Divergent Learning from Columbia College Class of 2015
Ms. Ashley Middleton
From December 2007 to June 2015 I taught functional academics, life skills, and transition to high school students. From 2015-2018 I taught functional academics, life skills, and transition in the Kershaw County School District at Camden Middle. From the 2015-2016 school year to the present I have been teaching functional academics, life skills, and transition skills. My class uses the alternate curriculums News 2 You & Unique (ULS) and essentials for living. We prepare recipes weekly, care for an outdoor garden where we grow vegetables, fruits, and flowers. In addition to this, we care for the class pet(s) and run a school-based coffee cart business on late start Wednesday.
I am a graduate of Camden High School. I have a Bachelors's in Multi-Categorical Special Education K-12 and a Master's in Education in Divergent Learning. My degrees are from Columbia College in Columbia SC. Due to a conflict with scheduling supervisory hours ( Covid pandemic), I switched from a BCBA (board certified behavior analysis) Master's program to a Master's of Arts and in Autism Spectrum disorders.
I have three children, 1 daughter, and 2 sons. Currently, both of my sons are enrolled in Kershaw County Schools. They are in Stover Middle and Lugoff Elgin High School.
The highlight of my career is being a Special Olympics Coach and being in charge of LE's Unify Champion Schools Program. We renewed our status as a National Unified Champion School! We were awarded our banner during 2020-2021! I encourage everyone to BE A FAN!