Degrees and Certifications:
Ms. Rhonda Campbell
Ms. Rhonda Campbell is both a native of Atlanta and a graduate of an Atlanta Public School. Ms. Campbell graduated from Benjamin E. Mays in 1997 with honors. Straightaway, Ms. Campbell continued her education at Albany State University. In May 2001, Ms. Campbell obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing and graduated magna cum laude with a 3.69 GPA. In time, Ms. Campbell became interested in education and in November 2001 she became a substitute with Atlanta Public Schools and would continue until September 2003. Later, in October 2003, Ms. Campbell entered the education profession full time becoming a paraprofessional with Clayton County Public Schools. Eventually, Ms. Campbell decided to become an educator and entered the Georgia Teacher Alternative Preparation Program in August 2004 where she became certified to teach special education. Ms. Campbell taught special education grades kindergarten through fifth grades for Clayton County Public Schools. During Ms. Campbell’s career, she felt she needed to obtain additional training to reach students with emotional behavior disorders and entered Argosy University’s Masters Level Community Counseling Program in September 2006. In August 2009, Ms. Campbell obtained a Master of Arts in community counseling and graduated summa cum laude with a 3.95 GPA. However, in May 2014 Ms. Campbell decided to leave to pursue other ventures but nothing captured Ms. Campbell’s attention like teaching. In due time, Ms. Campbell’s education career came full circle and she returned to the classroom in August 2019 as a substitute teacher for Atlanta Public Schools. Consequently, in 2020, Ms. Campbell became an Interrelated Special Education teacher for Frederick W. Benteen Elementary School for the 2020-2021 school year. Ms. Campbell enjoys helping students reach their full potential and believes all students have brilliance waiting to be unlocked. Ms. Campbell enjoys cooking and reading in her spare time.