Teacher Tell All

Chatham High school family consumer science teacher opened up during a interview about her long journey in the school system.

Mrs. Kimberly Bolling has been a teacher for seventeen years. She has taught family consumer science for thirteen years. She taught a Chatham Elementary school for three years, and she also has been a SPED teacher and a teachers aid for four years. She was even a bus driver for seven years.

Mrs. Bolling said, “I have always wanted to be a teacher, but I never thought I would have achieved that goal.”

She went to Roanoke College for a year then went to Liberty University for two years and graduated from Liberty in May of 1998.

Her dream job was to become a homebound  teacher. She would like to be one because she can set the times for  when to visit students.

She enjoys working at CHS.

Mrs. Bolling actually wanted to be a Dallas Cowboy cheerleader at one time, and she used to be a bus driver.

“The best thing about being a teacher is the block schedule, and you get breaks during the year,” she said.

Mrs. Bolling said, “If I could pass any wisdom down to the students, it would be to take of yourself and your future family.”