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Mr.  Dusty  Morrow
Fifth Grade
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Fifth grade science, Fifth grade social studies



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Troy University

Troy, AL

Bachelor of Science in Education Elementary (Magna Cum Laude)

May 2015 to May 2018


Lurleen B. Wallace Community College

Andalusia, AL

Associates in Science Degree (Graduated May, 2015)

January 2013 to May 2015

August 2006 to May 2008


Luverne High School

Luverne, AL

High School Diploma (Graduated May 2006)

August 2002 to May 2006



·         edTPA Certified (May 2018)

·         Bachelors of Science in Education Elementary Magna Cum Laude (May 2018)

·         Troy University Teacher Education Program (Fall 2015)

·         Troy University Chancellor’s List (Fall 2015, Spring 2017, Fall 2017)

·         Troy University Provost’s List (Spring 2016, Fall 2016)

·         Troy University Transfer Scholarship Award (Fall 2015)

·         Associate’s in Science Degree (May 2015)

·         Lurleen B. Wallace Community College World Literature Award (April 2014)

·         Alabama Municipal Electric Authority Academic Scholarship (May 2006)

·         Lurleen B. Wallace Community College Performing Arts Scholarship (May 2006)

·         Member of LBW Ensemble (August 2006 to May 2008)



This is my first year teaching! I am looking forward to a great year!



My name is Dusty Morrow. God is first and foremost in my life. I owe everything I have, and everything I am to him. I have a passion for music as well as being a positive male role model for current and future generations. I am beyond excited to get into my own classroom and teach my students. Every child is special, and every child has something to offer to this world. Not only are children the future, they are also the present. My classroom will be far more than a classroom; as a matter of fact, we will be a family. As a family, we will learn together and care for each other. My students will learn required material set forth by the state, as well as character education in a fun, safe, and exciting environment. It is my hope that my students will leave my classroom with wisdom, not just knowledge alone; for knowledge only knows, but wisdom knows and knows why. I will be a positive male role model for my students, one who places a major importance on character development, in order for my students to be all they can be in their personal, educational, and upcoming corporate lives.


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