Ms. Hurt

    Pamela Hurt is an Atlanta native and proud product of Atlanta Public Schools. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood Education, a Master of Arts and Educational Specialist in Elementary Curriculum and Instruction.  Additionally, the State University of West Georgia conferred her Educational Leadership endorsement in grades P-12.

    Ms. Hurt has been a faculty member of the Atlanta Public Schools her entire tenure as an educator, and began her teaching career immediately after graduating from Spelman College.  Ms. Hurt has worked in various schools and positions within the district.  Prior to becoming an Assistant Principal, she worked in the capacity of Instructional Liaison Specialist and Leadership Support Specialist. 

    Ms. Hurt is the proud parent of a daughter and son, and enjoys spending quality time with them dining, traveling, playing games, and going to the movies.  Outside of work, she loves reading fiction, going to the spa, journaling, decorating, sipping tea, and spending time with her parents, aunts, and close friends.  Ms. Hurt gives back to the community by volunteering with her children at a homeless shelter, visiting the elderly in nursing homes, preparing meals for Meals on Wheels delivery, and working in different capacities at church. She loves children of all ages, and feels truly blessed to be the proud Assistant Principal at the best elementary school in the city of Atlanta:  Usher-Collier, where teachers, leaders, and students work hard, get smart, while making no excuses!