Mrs. Kim Call’s journey in education began over 17 years ago as an English teacher in the Franklin City School System. Transitioning to Isle of Wight County Schools brought Mrs. Call to Smithfield High School, where she started as a member of the English faculty. At various points, she has enjoyed certain extra-curricular student activities such as serving as literary magazine sponsor, junior class prom sponsor, and senior class advisor. In 2004, Mrs. Call moved from the classroom to the role of lead teacher for the Packers. Her responsibilities have been varied – from supervising and mentoring new teachers, to working with testing and data disaggregation, to developing school improvement plans, and on to coordinating county-wide assessments. Several of her experiences have taken her beyond the scope of Isle of Wight; serving on a regional Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) Accreditation Team in 2000, as well as, participating in The College of William and Mary’s SURN Visible Teaching, Assessment, Learning, and Leading Academy have provided enriching professional development.
Mrs. Call is proud to be a member of The Tribe, having earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in English from The College of William and Mary in 1997.