Ashley Casson grew up in Stockbridge, Georgia and graduated from the Henry County School System in 2003, after which she began her college education at Faulkner University in Montgomery, Alabama. She graduated from Faulkner University’s Great Books Honors College with a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education in 2007. Mrs. Casson began teaching in Houston County at Miller Elementary in August of 2008. She taught all subject areas in first grade for five years, after which her principal moved her to teaching all subject areas in second grade. She remained in second grade for two years then I was placed as her school’s Focus Learning Plan (FLP) Intervention Specialist. She served in this position for one year, as the school came off the Focus list within that year. She was then placed in the position of the Early Intervention Program (EIP) Reading and Math Teacher. Currently, she serves as the Assistant Principal of Discipline for Eagle Springs Elementary and Miller Elementary.
Mrs. Casson graduated from Georgia Southern University in 2016 with a Master of Science in Curriculum and Instruction with Accomplished Teaching and recently completed her Specialist degree from Georgia Southwestern in Elementary Education. She is Gifted endorsed, Teacher Support and Coaching endorsed, and Reading endorsed. She completed the Houston County Leadership Development Program. She is currently working on Leadership Certification through Middle Georgia RESA. She was the Teacher of the Year for Miller Elementary in 2014 and was named Top 10 for Houston County. She also won the Kidd Kraddick Classroom Musical Contest in 2014.
Mrs. Casson has been married to her husband, Josh, for 14 years and they have one daughter, Norah. Her family is very active in their church family. She also enjoys creating things, listening to music, traveling, and spending time with loved ones.