"I grew up in Augusta, Georgia, graduating from Westside High School. From there, I attended a year at Augusta College transferring to Georgia College in Milledgeville for my last three years. I taught one year in McDuffie County before staying home for a year and a half after the birth of my daughter. I then taught Kindergarten for seven years in Columbia County until the birth of my son when I stayed home for six years. I came to Warren County in 1999 and taught First Grade for five years and became the assistant principal in 2004. In 2012, I became the principal of M. E. Freeman. Along the way, I received my Master’s degree from Troy State University and my Specialist’s degree from Cambridge.
I love being in Warren County working with amazing educators who give all they have to help our students be successful. We welcome input from all stakeholders to help make this place the best place it can be for your children." (Principal Hinesley, 2016)
Letter to the Community