Carolann Boulier

Phone: 770-382-1733


Degrees and Certifications:

B.S. in Early Childhood Education: Kennesaw State University M.A. in Early Childhood Education: Piedmont College

Carolann Boulier

Dear Parents, 

Thank you for attending Cartersville Primary School’s Open House. My name is Carolann Boulier, and I will be your child’s second grade teacher for this year. I am looking forward to the opportunity to work with your children and to help them reach their goals. I would like to share a little information about myself so that you can get to know me as well. 

I received my Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education from Kennesaw State University and my Masters Degree in Early Childhood Education at Piedmont College. Over the past few years, I have had the opportunity to work with students in various elementary schools. I served as a paraprofessional for the Cartersville School System, where I worked with primary school and elementary school students. While in that role, I received special recognition by being selected as a H.E.A.R.T.S. recipient, which is a special recognition given to employees that have been nominated by their colleagues for their work in the school system. This year will be my eighth-year teaching at Cartersville Primary School and my seventh year as a second-grade teacher. My husband and I have been married for 20 years and we have two wonderful children. Robert is our oldest and Peyton is a sophomore at University of West Georgia, and currently enrolled in the Disney College Program. 

Our class will be exciting, full of learning experiences and special memories. I love teaching and believe that learning should be fun as well as structured. I also believe that the best way for a child to be successful in school is for the teacher and parent to work together. I consider us a team working together to provide your child with the best possible education. I have a strong work ethic and a passion for working with students. I look forward to getting to know your child and helping them have a successful school year.  



Carolann Boulier