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Kirby Meng has taught Art for 29 years, 12 of those in Natchez, MS and the last 17 in Georgia. She has taught in public and private schools with students from Kindergarten through College. Kirby has a BFA in Graphic Design from Texas Christian University and a MAEd and leadership certification from Georgia State University. Most recently she taught at Union Grove High School in Henry County where she had the pleasure of teaching all visual art students and courses. Many of her former elementary students come to UGHS, so she has taught numerous students for ten years of their life and has gotten to know many of them quite well. Recently Kirby accepted the position as the Fine Arts Teacher on Special Assignment in Henry County where she will support and provide resources for all of the art teachers.