Ms. Keela Gore has over 18 years of experience educating students in various roles. Ms. Gore has worked as a teacher and mentor with the Department of Defense in the Mid-Atlantic region and Southeast region in a 21st century setting. Ms. Gore recently worked in Europe at SHAPE Middle School as a special education teacher.
Prior to DoDEA, Ms. Gore served as a leader in the alternative school with the Department of Juvenile Justice, acting principal, lead teacher and school administrator were the titles she held. Working with students with behavioral and emotional disabilities at the high school and middle school level. She also worked in Clayton County GA, as a Special Education Teacher and served as the Department Chair and new teacher mentor. Ms. Gore taught in the St. Louis Public school system. Ms. Gore was an inclusion and resource teacher, work experience counselor, and worked in the transition program. Ms. Gore has planned and conducted many professional developments and has a proven track record for raising test scores and having students in the resource setting pass the standardize assessment.
Ms. Gore holds a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice, from Saint Louis University and two master’s Degrees. A Master’s in Special Education from Fontbonne University and a second Masters in School Leadership from Lindenwood University in Missouri. Ms. Gore has earned her Education Specialist degree in Curriculum Instruction from Lincoln University in Harrogate TN. Her education licensures include certification in elementary and middle grades ELA/Reading, Social Studies, K-12 School Leadership with an endorsement as a Special Education Director.
Ms. Gore is from St. Louis, Missouri and have one adult child. In her leisure time, you will catch her volunteering and giving back to cancer organizations. Ms. Gore enjoys reading, swimming, and comedy.