Carter joins ranks of ‘Bulldog’ team
Fulton Independent School District recently announced the selection of Bethany Seratt Carter as Fulton High School’s new softball coach and middle school science teacher.
A native of South Fulton, Carter and her husband, Michael, along with their sons, Jaxon and Ethan live in South Fulton.
She attended the University of Tennessee at Martin and graduated in 2011 with a K-6 Elementary Education degree with an endorsement in 4-8 subjects. She has taught 1st, 2nd, 4th, and Middle School Science.
Most recently, for the past three years, she worked as a Prevention Specialist for West Tennessee Health Care at Black Oak Elementary in Hornbeak, Tenn.
“I am excited to be teaching MS science at Fulton City,” Carter said, adding, “I was able to work under South Fulton High School Softball Coach Coach Kurt Lee during my student teaching in 2011. At Black Oak, I was assistant coach for the Middle School softball team for the 21-22 season and Head Coach for the 2022-23 season. We went from winning one game, and being last in the county in the 2021-2022 season to third in the county for the 2022-2023 season. I’m excited to be a part of the Bulldog softball team!”
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