Kimberly Parrish, Media Specialist
2005-2007: University of South Alabama, Master's of Education in Educational Media
1990-1992: Troy State University, Bachelor's of Science in Elementary Education
1988-1990: George C. Wallace State Community College, Associate of Arts
2007-present: Slocomb Middle/High School Media Specialist
2006-2007: Slocomb Middle School Media Specialist and sixth grade teacher
2005-2006: Slocomb Middle School, sixth grade teacher
2001-2005: Slocomb Elementary School, fifth grade teacher
1996-2001: Geneva County Elementary School, fifth grade teacher
1994-1996: Houston County Schools, Dyslexia teacher
1992-1994: Northside Methodist Academy, fifth and sixth grade teacher
My name is Kim Parrish, and I am a 1988 graduate of Slocomb High School. I am married to John Parrish. He was a Rebel, but now he is a Redtop! I have two children. Sam is a recent graduate of Troy University and is now teaching in Geneva County at Samson Middle School. Emma is a junior at The University of Alabama, majoring in nursing.
I love Slocomb High School. It is very important to my family, and I am very excited to be a media specialist here. After high school I attended Wallace Community College then moved on to Troy State University. I received a Bachelor's degree in elementary education. I attended the University of South Alabama and received my Master's of Education in Educational Media.
I live in Slocomb and attend First Baptist Church of Slocomb. I enjoy spending time with my family, boating, and supporting the Redtops! I don't just come to Slocomb to work, this is my life. I love that I can get to know my students and their parents outside of school. If I'm not at home, chances are I'm at a Redtop ballgame. Go Big Red!