Cedric R. Suttle
I am from Atlanta, GA and a product of Atlanta Public Schools. I attended South Carolina State University (Bachelors of Science in Mathematics) and Mercer University (Masters of Arts in Teaching in Secondary Mathematics). I began my professional journey as a Program Coordinator for Emory University writing grants to the Arthur Blank Foundation for Title I schools. Once the grants’ funding was depleted, I transitioned to South Atlanta High School where I was a mathematics teacher for six years. It was at South Atlanta where I honed my teaching skills and saw immediate success. My first semester, I had 100% pass rate on the Georgia High School End-Of-Course-Test and had one of the highest passing rates in Atlanta Public Schools for the 2012-2013 school year. During the next four years, my pass rate was consistently one of the highest in the district. I then transitioned to North Clayton High School for three years where I taught all upper level math classes and prepared students for the SAT. Student scores consistently increased as I helped students get college acceptances and prepared athletes for the NCAA clearing house. Currently, I teach at Coretta Scott King Young Women’s Leadership Academy teaching mathematics. I am a dedicated educator with a great deal of mathematical knowledge and skills. I have a passion and enthusiasm for mathematics and teaching students.
Rashida P. Suttle
I was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. I graduated from Atlanta Public schools before attending Clark Atlanta University where I received a Bachelor of Arts in Educational Studies degree. I am currently attending University of Phoenix to receive my Masters of Arts in Teaching Elementary Education with a specialty in Mathematics. During the past 15 years, I have worked for The Kindezi Schools, Atlanta Public Schools, and Academies of South DeKalb YMCA. I have completed 300 hours of practicum in elementary school settings, completed a service project with AmeriCorps in partnership with the afters school programs of the Atlanta Parks and Recreation and served as a Lead Tutor with After School All-Stars with Atlanta Public Schools I have also volunteered over 900 hours in Atlanta Public Schools tutoring mathematics to students below grade level. I have worked as a Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, and 4th grade teacher as well as serving a grade level chair for two years. My work experience presents me as a viable candidate for a teaching position with KIPP Metro Atlanta.I currently teach at KIPP Vision Primary teaching 3rd Grade mathematics. In my free time, I love spending time with my family, reading a good book, and traveling to new places. I also enjoy cooking with my husband. I am excited about bringing my loving spirit, high energy, and passion to scholars.