My name is Jennifer Cox and I am a science teacher at Cedartown High School. This year, I am teaching biology and physical science.
I grew up in Trion, Georgia where I graduated from Trion High School. I started my college career at Shorter University and then transferred to Kennesaw State University. I graduated in 2006 with a Bachelor of Science in Biology degree. I started teaching at CHS in 2008. In 2013, I obtained my Master of Science in Education degree from Walden University. I have been married to my husband, Adam, since November 2008. We moved to Cedartown in 2010 and have grown to love this community. We adopted our twins, Elsie Claire and Eli in October of 2016. They are our world and we are so blessed to be their parents. We also have two Daschund doggies, Daisy and Bear. Outside the classroom, I enjoy quality time with my family, traveling, reading, photography, and anything that requires creativity.
I am honored to have the opportunity to teach the students of CHS and I assure you I take my responsibilities seriously. I am excited about this school year and the positive changes taking place at CHS and in the Polk School DIstrict. I am confident that by working together we can properly prepare our students for the life that awaits them after graduation.