1st Grade Teacher
Casey Morris received her BS from the University of Florida. She enjoys helping students fall in love with reading and loves working with students as they learn how to decode words and use phonics to become stronger readers. Ms. Morris has been teaching for 11 years.
Right after college, Ms. Morris worked in Philadelphia as a program coordinator for HOPE worldwide. She helped to coordinate service projects for students in the US and internationally. She also worked for the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia as a researcher. Her team worked to find better ways to help young children (birth to five) be assessed for developmental delays and connect with Early Intervention services.
Prior to coming to ANCS, Ms. Morris taught English to first through fourth grade students in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. She was able to support the creative process in starting a phonics program at the school.
Although Ms. Morris was born and raised in Florida, she really enjoys the mountains of North Georgia. She has a large family and loves being an aunt to five adventurous boys and one strong girl. Ms. Morris has traveled to many different countries and loves being able to immerse herself in different cultures. She finds herself being more comfortable outdoors than indoors- swimming, hiking, camping, picnicking, and swinging in a hammock.