Sharon Carr

Professional Biography

  • Miss Carr graduated from Central Washington University in 1977 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Education with a major in special education and a minor in elementary subjects. In 1995, Miss Carr completed a Master’s Degree program in Educational Technology and later received her Principal Certification in 2002 from City University. Additionally, Miss Carr completed the School Human Resource Professional Program through Western Washington University in 2005.

    Miss Carr began working for the Olympia and Griffin School Districts in 1977 as a Para educator and substitute teacher in a K-8 special education classroom. In 1979, Miss Carr accepted a full time special education position at Hawkins Middle School in the North Mason School District. While teaching in North Mason, Miss Carr also taught 7th grade World History and Health. In 1990, Miss Carr accepted a position in the Yelm Community Schools where she taught special education in grades K-8 at McKenna Elementary, Mill Pond Intermediate and Yelm Middle Schools and general education (Health) in grades 5 and 6 at Mill Pond Intermediate and grades 10 through 12 (Library/Computer Lab, Health, World History and Math) at Yelm High School. In 2015, Miss Carr accepted her current teaching position at Chambers Prairie Elementary where she teaches special education.


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