Meet Our Supportive Services Faculty

Mr. Paul G. Burce

Mr. Paul G. Burce

7th Grade SpEd Math Teacher

Paul Burce received his Bachelor's and Master's degrees from Brenau University in Gainesville, Georgia. He began his teaching career back in the 2002-2003 school year for Rabun County Schools. This year will be Mr. Burce's fifth year teaching at Lumpkin County Middle School in Dahlonega.

Mrs. Addie Maiden

Mrs. Addie Maiden

7th Grade ELA SPED Teacher

Addie Maiden is originally from Harlan, Kentucky but has lived in Dahlonega for 16 years. She received her bachelor's degree from the University of the Cumberlands and her master's degree from Liberty University. This is her seventh year teaching 7th grade ELA.

Mrs. Liz Stroud

Mrs. Liz Stroud

Adaptive Curriculum Teacher

Liz Stroud is a special education teacher in the adaptive curriculum classroom at LCMS. She holds her Bachelors of Science in Middle Grades Education and her Masters of Special Education. This is her sixth year teaching.

Mrs. Ty M. Glassier

Mrs. Ty M. Glassier

Special Education Teacher

Ty M. Glassier is a graduate of the Lumpkin County School System. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Special Education from the University of Georgia. Ty is currently attending the University of Georgia to obtain a Master’s Degree in Special Education with a graduate certificate in Dyslexia. She has an expected graduation date of December 2021. Mrs. Glassier is currently an 8th grade ELA/Science Special Education teacher.

Ms. Janet Lynn Anderson

Ms. Janet Lynn Anderson

Special Education Teacher

Ms. Janet Lynn Anderson has been an educator for 23 years, serving the needs of Special Education students. All but two of those years have been in the Lumpkin County district, with the majority of that time spent at LCMS. She has a heart for students with special needs and looks forward to the challenge that each new school year brings. Her undergraduate and graduate degrees are from Brenau University and University of North Georgia. In her spare time, she loves traveling, physical fitness and spending time with family – including five grandchildren that call her “Nemo”.

Mrs. Melissa L. Priddy

Mrs. Melissa L. Priddy

Special Education Teacher

Mrs. Priddy is a native to Dahlonega. She attended Lumpkin County Schools from kindergarten through high school graduation and has worked at LCMS since 2006. Mrs. Priddy earned her Master's Degree in Special Education from the University of North Georgia (formerly North Georgia College & State University). Mrs. Priddy serves as a sixth-grade special education teacher of mathematics.

Mrs. Theresa L. Roy

Mrs. Theresa L. Roy

ELA SPED Teacher

Mrs. Theresa Roy lives in Dahlonega with her husband and three sons. She graduated from Lumpkin County High School and continued her education at the University of North Georgia (formerly North Georgia College and State University) obtaining both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in Health and Physical Education. To further her education, she completed an Educational Specialist degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Piedmont University. Currently, Mrs. Roy teaches eighth grade ELA/Special Education; in addition, she coaches Color Guard at LCHS. She loves her students and looks forward to helping them learn and grow.

Emily Lomas

Ms. Emily Lomas

8th Grade SPED Teacher

Emily Lomas is a special education teacher for 8th grade ELA at Lumpkin County Middle School. She graduated from the University of North Georgia with her Bachelors of Science in Elementary Education and Special Education.

Shelbi Miller

Shelbi Miller

Special Education Teacher

Shelbi is from Thomasville Georgia, but has lived in Dahlonega for 6 years now.  She graduated from Southwest Georgia Technical College with a Certificate in Medical Transcription.  Afterwards, she went on to pursue a degree in Nursing at Bainbridge College.  Eventually she switched her degree to Education, and Graduated from Reinhardt University with a Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education. She is certified in Special Education and English as well.  Currently she is a Special Education Teacher in 8th grade Social Studies and Math. 

Kaylee Seabolt

Kaylee Seabolt

Special Education Paraprofessional

Kaylee Seabolt graduated from Lumpkin County High School in 2018. After graduating she went on to further her education at Emmanuel College and earned her Associates in the Art of General Education. Kaylee is currently attending the University of North Georgia and will graduate in 2022 with her Bachelors degree in Kinesiology with a focus in Health and Fitness.