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Mrs.  Deliska  Burton-  Cooley
4th Grade (Educator)
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 · High School Diploma-Anniston High School1991 - Go Bulldogs!

· Bachelor's of  Science Degree in Elementary Education-Jacksonville State University, 1995 - Go Gamecocks!

· Master's of Science Degree in Elementary Education-University of Alabama, 1997, Tuscaloosa, AL - Roll Tide!

· Educational Specialist Degree in Elementary Education-Jacksonville State University, 2008 - Go Gamecocks!

  • August 1995- May 1998 - Oxford City Schools
  • August 1998- May 2004 - Anniston City Schools
  • August 2004- May 2008 - Talladega County Schools
  • August 2008- Present - Carroll County Schools




 I am so thrilled and blessed to be teaching 4th grade, after teaching 5th grade for many years! I have a wonderful group of 4th graders this year! This is my 22nd year of teaching and I am so happy to teach at a wonderful school in Georgia, Villa Rica Elementary School! Go WILDCATS!!!

I am so blessed to be married to Travis Cooley, Sr.   We have been married for 20 years. God has truly blessed us with two precious and darling daughters. ( Miss Sydni Aaliyah, 12th grade & Miss Skyla Alexus, 11th grade)  They are truly a gift from GOD!

My girls & I are HUGE, Alabama Fans(Roll Tide) and my husband is a HUGE, Auburn Fan, (War Eagle).  So, I guess you can say, we are a house divided.  My darling daughter, Sydni got accepted and will be BAMA BOUND! She will be attending the University of Alabama, Fall 2018. Roll Tide!!!

 I am a member of  the Alpha Kappa Alpha, Sorority, Incorporated.  In my spare time, I love shopping, traveling, riding our Harley Motorcycle with my husband & spending time with my family & friends. 


Philosophy of Education


I believe that children are like diamonds who come to us from polished and unpolished backgrounds ready to learn and master skills that will make them jewels for life.  It is what educators do with them that determines whether they will glitter or end up as diamonds in the rough.