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    Welcome to another great year at Old Town Middle School.  It's going to be another fantastic year. We are going learn in small groups online. In this classroom we love to cook, sharpen our life and social skills,  plant plants, make homemade gifts, participate in PE, choir,music, and art, sewing, arts and crafts, and keep up with current events in our community.  Our plan is to incorporate some of these things online! Our classroom is our family.  We look out and protect each other.  At the end of the day it's all about what did andwhat  we love about the day. Go Titans!!


    Laura Beasley lives in Gluckstadt.  She has a Junior in Germantown, a Freshman in MC and one that has already graduated.  This is her fifth year here at Old Town, but  31st year in the classroom.  Laura loves to cook, read, sew, walk, and watch movies. She has taught in Louisiana for the first 26 years.  She taught first grade, second grade, fourth grade, sixth grade, seventh, eighth grade social studies, math and reading, and Consumer Science.  Here at Old Town Laura has found her calling, teaching in the Special Needs classroom.  She wouldn't trade it for anything! This is her family away from home!

    Vivian Lewis - After years of employment in the corporate arena, Mrs.Lewis expressd she now enjoys working with the students at Old Town Middle School.  This is her fourth year with our institution. She lives with her husband in Clinton, MS where she is active in the community and enjoys gardening, painting, cooking, biking, and crafting. Prior to working at Old Town, she worked at a university where she collaborated with colleagues and assisted students with their financial and enrollment needs. She has happily repositioned herself working with our special needs students, which she fiinds exhilarating and rewarding to witness their development. She states, "I grew up across the street from a loving neighbor with special needs and it does my heart good to work in a classroom with such awesome children."