Mrs. Deldreqka Scott

Phone: (678)535-6025


Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelors Degree in Early Childhood Education Masters Degree in Classroom Leadership Specialists Degree in Curriculum and Instruction

Mrs. Deldreqka Scott

Welcome to Second Grade at Cartersville Primary School!  Your child has been assigned to grow as a reader, writer, and mathematician in Mrs. Scott’s Class this year!  I am excited about spending the year with you and your child.  I will work hard in continuing your child’s positive educational journey.  I would like to take this opportunity to give you some understanding and background about myself!

My name is Deldreqka Scott, and I am in my 19th year of teaching.  I have taught Kindergarten, First, and Second Grade for all but one year.  During that year, I was responsible for K-5 Instructional Support.  I received my Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood at the State University of West Georgia.  I completed my Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Classroom Leadership at Kennesaw State University in 2005.  I completed my Specialists Degree in Curriculum and Instruction through Piedmont College in June 2018. My husband and I have 5 children, all girls, whose ages are 25, 22, 21, 11, and 9.  I will work hard in order to provide your child with wonderful learning experiences. I take my career in education very seriously and choose to spend many hours outside the classroom preparing instructional materials and activities.  I have a strong personal philosophy of education, part of which I will share below.  

I believe that it is important to help develop each child into a strong lifelong learner.  In order to accomplish this goal, children need to be guided in these areas:

  • Ownership:  To motivate children to feel that they are in control of their learning, not just trying to please others.
  • Risk taking:  All people have different levels of risk-taking willingness.  I will work hard to help my students allow their natural curiosity and academic risk-taking to bloom so that they grow as self-starters in the learning process.
  • Flexibility:  All children are not alike.  I have a class of individual learners.  It is important that I am always flexible with their emotional and intellectual growth.


I am excited to get to know you all better!