Peggy Clarke, a West Virginia native, has taught in many states including New York, Georgia, Ohio, and Missouri. She earned her Bachelor’s degree from DePauw University and a Master’s degree from Grand Canyon University. During her years of teaching in public schools, she was voted 2004-2005 Teacher of the Year and won the Cobb County School District’s Carlton J. Kell Scholarship Award as recognition for excellence in classroom teaching and commitment to educational advancement and service to young people. At Pace Academy, where she taught most recently, she started Pace’s Middle School Academic Resource Center and program. Presently, she is heading up the Resource Program for St. Benedict’s Middle School. She is excited about working with St. B’s creative, gifted, and loving community of teachers and students.