Temika McFarland

Temika McFarland
Mathematics Facilitator


Temika McFarland is a math facilitator in the PLC at the Douglas County Success Center.  She has been an educator of mathematics for 12 years.  Her teaching career began at Lithia Springs High School here in Douglas County.  In addition to being certified in secondary mathematics she also has her gifted in-field endorsement.  She taught for 8 years at LSHS, the last 4 years teaching Pre-calculus, Accelerated Pre-calculus and AP Statistics in the STEM program.  Although she loved her time at Lithia, in the fall of 2016 she began teaching at the PLC.  She has found that teaching in the non-traditional setting is very rewarding, fulfilling and undoubtedly the best professional decision she has ever made.  She believes passionately in giving students a second chance academically and seeing them reach their potential.  The uniqueness of the PLC and the diverse student population she is able to reach gives her the opportunity to affect the lives of students positively, in a way that is worthwhile and truly purposeful.

Temika is a native of Valdosta, Georgia where she attended Lowndes High School.  She attended the Georgia Institute of Technology and graduated with her bachelor’s degree in 2003. (Go Jackets!) While at Georgia Tech she pledged the illustrious sisterhood, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Xi Alpha chapter.   She is very close to her family who all reside in Valdosta.  She has two nieces, a nephew and 2 precious goddaughters.  In her free time she loves spending time with family and friends, watching football and cooking.   


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