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Teacher of the Week: Dr. Craddock
September 11, 2018
Dr. Su Craddock received a Bachelor's in Business Education, a Master's in Occupational Studies, and a Doctorate in Workforce Education, all from the University of Georgia. Not only does she have a teaching certification in Business Education, but also has an Educational Leadership add-on which uniquely qualified her for the new Associate Assistant Principal (AAP) position that "I have been blessed to be a part of during the inaugural 2018-19 school year of this dynamic program," Craddock said. The AAP program provides an opportunity for those with leadership add-ons to gain valuable experience and assist the administrative team in being more proactive. "As a classroom teacher and a part of the administrative team, I see the value in the program from different perspectives. I feel more empowered as a teacher knowing that administration is able to more effectively do their jobs so I can do mine, and as a part of administration I can help other teachers as well." Craddock said. She loves teaching Business & Technology courses as well. Currently, Dr. Craddock is teaching AP Computer Science Principles, Intro to Law, and Web Design. Additionally, she is the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Adviser. Since she started teaching at BT seven years ago, at least one student has competed at FBLA Nationals every year. Craddock said, "In addition to teaching, being the FBLA adviser, being a LaSalle family mentor, and being a new AAP, this year I will be helping with the spirit squad and mentoring a new teacher." Dr. Craddock is in her 18th year of teaching. Three of those years were in the Peace Corps on the island of St. Lucia, seven were in Walton County (three at Loganville High School and four at the Walton Career Academy), and the past seven years have been here at BT. Prior to teaching she worked in the corporate world for 13 years for American Express, TRS, Inc. and Arthur Andersen, LLC. "I enjoy working at Blessed Trinity and look forward to another great school year!" Craddock said.