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Darlene Moye, Ed. D., Principal, Satilla Marsh Elementary School

Dr. Darlene Moye has been an administrator with the Glynn County School System since 1994. She worked three years as an Instructional Specialist at Ballard Elementary School before it closed in 1997. She, along with the majority of the faculty, moved to Satilla Marsh, the replacement school for Ballard, where she was assistant principal for two years before becoming principal in 1999.

A graduate of Glynn Academy, Dr. Moye earned her Bachelor's degree from Valdosta State, and her Master's and Educational Specialist degree from Georgia Southern. She earned her Doctor of Education degree from Nova Southeastern University in 2003.

Dr. Moye began teaching in 1970 and joined the Glynn County Schools in 1973, spending her first two years here as a hospital/homebound teacher. From 1976 until 1994 she taught Title I reading at Greer Elementary school where she was named 1988 Teacher of the Year.

She is a member of the Glynn County Association of Educators, the Georgia Association of Educators, and National Association of Educators. She served three years as the coordinator for the Glynn County Spelling Bee, sponsored by GCAE. She is also a member of the local chapter of Phi Delta Kappa and has served as its president, co-president and newsletter editor.

Dr. Moye has completed the Georgia Leadership Academy's New Leaders Institute, the Glynn County Leadership Academy, and the Governor's School Leadership Institute, a three-year program sponsored by the State Department of Education.

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