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Sandra Cobb Staff Photo
Subjects Taught
English 11

Bio

About Mrs. Cobb

Subject Taught: American Literature

Family: Three beautiful children, two sons ages 21, and 20, and one daughter age 17. 

Interests: Reading, creative writing, oil painting on canvas and taking nature walks. 

Early on Mrs. Cobb struggled with academics and particularly with reading, her teachers helped her develop a love for learning in spite of her struggles. Soon reading became her passion, reading was a way for her to explore the world and expanded her imagination. After homeschooling her three children Mrs. Cobb wanted to continue to instill a love for learning and reading. Becoming an English teacher was a natural progression and has brought her to Americus Sumter High School where she enjoys exploring works of literature with her students every day.