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English educator

Beth Bridges Hammond was American English educator. Certified teacher English, history, elementary, South Carolina. Named Adviser of Year South Carolina Scholastic Press, Columbia, 1992; recipient distinguished service awrd Southern Interscholastic Press, Columbia, 1996.

Background

Hammond, Beth Bridges was born on December 10, 1940 in Greer, South Carolina, United States. Daughter of Greene B. and Mary Elizabeth (Mayfield) Bridges.

Education

Associate of Arts, North Greenville Junior College, Tigerville, South Carolina., 1961;Bachelor, Carson-Newman College, Jefferson City, South Carolina., 1963;Master of Arts in Tchg., University of Southern California, 1972.

Career

Teacher English, Airport H.S., West Columbia, South Carolina., 1963-1964;teacher English, Fulmer Middle School, West Columbia, 1964-1966, 67-75;teacher English, J.L. Mann H.S., Greenville, South Carolina., 1966-1967;teacher English, Brookland-Cayce (South Carolina.) H.S., since 1976;literature magazine advisor, Brookland-Cayce (South Carolina.) H.S., 1981-1997. Teacher magazines Carolina Journalism Institute, Columbia, 1991-1992, 94-97, director, 1993.

Achievements

  • Certified teacher English, history, elementary, South Carolina.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributing author, Horizons, 1995, 96, 97 (3d place poetry 1997).

Membership

Member Neighborhood Community Council, Columbia, 1985-1987, 92-95. Chapter leader, board member South Carolina Writers' Workshop, Columbia, since 1994. Member National Council Teachers English, Delta Kappa Gamma (Second vice president 1996-1998).

Connections

Married Jack Hammond, August 22, 1970. Children: Magdelyn Elizabeth.

father:
Greene B. Bridges

mother:
Mary Elizabeth (Mayfield) Bridges

spouse:
Jack Hammond

child:
Magdelyn Elizabeth Hammond