Lucy Godwin began her incredible teaching career as a Fulbright Scholar teaching English in Daegu, South Korea in 2011. After that experience she returned to West Virginia where she taught in Upshur County and now Randolph County at Beverly Elementary School.
“My mom was an elementary teacher and I saw the profound impact she made in our community,” says Godwin. “I chose to become an elementary educator because I aspire to do the same!”
Mrs. Godwin loves to collaborate with fellow educators, staff, families and community partners to provide the best programming and opportunities for students. Community support drives the success of West Virginia education. This support of Beverly Elementary led to the “Beverly Bookmobile,” a mobile library and farmer’s market that operates during the summer months and serves as an incredible way to build relationships with staff members, community partners and families all while encouraging children to fall in love with reading.
Outside of the classroom, Mrs. Godwin enjoys cooking, playing music and spending time with her husband and three-year-old son.