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School: Bunnell Elementary School

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County: Flagler

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Sharon Cummings is a Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten (VPK) Inclusion teacher at Bunnell Elementary's Early Learning Center in Bunnell, Florida. This is her third year teaching VPK at the Early Learning Center. Prior toteaching, Sharon worked for a private childcare center for 9 years as the Program Director. On weekends, Sharon works for a group home with youth's diagnosed with various disabilities including Autism. Her responsibilities include incorporating skills for social activities, community events, and field trips.

Sharon is a graduate of Hartford College for Women in Connecticut where she received her Childcare Development Associate (CDA) and is currently attending Daytona State College to obtain her AA degree, followed by her bachelors degree in Early Childhood Education. She has also received her Florida Credentials/Certification and Director's Credential. Sharon is a member of FACCM/SEEDS – ( Florida Association for Child Mangement/Supporting Early Education Develops Success)

Sharon is originally from Jamaica and relocated to Florida from Connecticut. Sharon enjoys volunteering in her community and at work. She currently lives in Palm Coast with her 17 yr. old daughter, Shanique.

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