My name is Kim Graham and I teach 6th grade math. I was born and raised in Paris and am a graduate of Paris High School. My husband and I live in Paris and together we have four children (three daughters and one son) and ten grandchildren (four boys and six girls). We also have a miniature schnauzer. During my spare time my husband and I love to travel, spend time at the lake and with family and friends.
This will be my 16th year teaching math but 20th in education. I was a library aide for one year, computer lab for one year, and Pre-K aide for one year. I have taught in the Tyler, Dallas, and Paris area plus one year in Tulsa, Okalahoma. I also taught part-time for five years at Paris Junior College and Tyler Junior College.
I received my Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies with a Minor in Mathematics in 2004 from Texas A & M Commerce, my Master of Education in Educational Administration and Policy Studies in 2013 from the University of Texas Arlington, my Master of Arts in School Counseling in 2015 from the University of Texas Tyler, and I just completed my Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction in Mathematics from the University of Texas Arlington.
My current certifications include 4-8 Math, EC-6 Generalist, EC-8 Special Education, EC-12 Principal, and EC-12 Counseling in both Texas and Oklahoma.