Degrees and Certifications:
M.Ed Instructional Technology American InterContinental University B.S. Criminal Justice/Forensic Science Savannah State University
Ms. Antoinette Burnett
Welcome to Ms. Burnett’s 2022-2023
Behavior Support Classroom at Pine Hill Middle School.
I am entering my fifth year of teaching at a Richmond County Public School. I previously taught at Hephzibah Middle School for two years as an Autism Teacher. I have also worked as a Special Education Paraprofessional with Aiken County Public Schools. I dabbled in Adult Education as a Career Transition/Readiness Specialist with a federal contractor of Job Corps. I have owned my own social service company and served the community as a Substance Abuse Counselor and a Parental Instructor that focused on family reunification and sobriety. I have had a wonderful career in both Criminal Justice and Social Services as a Correctional Officer, Pre-Trial Intervention Counselor, Parole Officer and even a Juvenile Probation Officer.
6th, 7th, & 8th Grade Students, it is with great delight that I will be teaching you this year and joining your educational team!
In this classroom you will learn tools to manage your behavior while also learning Math, Science, Social Studies and ELA.
Parents, thank you for allowing me to join your educational team!
“Anyone Can Learn, We are ALL Differently-Able and Capable.” Ms. Burnett