Teacher Ms. Limer Loves Math — and Animals

New Math teacher Ms. Cindy Limer, who started teaching at Socastee in the middle of last year, has worked in a lot of interesting fields in addition to teaching. 

“I was a veterinary nurse. I’ve worked at a bank and was a computer programmer,” she said.

She also taught middle school in West Virginia for 15 years before changing to high school five years ago. 

“I enjoyed teaching both middle and high school for different reasons,” she said. “Middle school was very energetic and high school kids are more focused.”

She came to Myrtle Beach in January 2022, when she began working at Socastee.

“I wanted to live at the beach, so I moved down here,” she said.

Even though she tried other careers first, she knew she’d eventually become a teacher.

“I’ve been wanting to be a teacher since I was young,” she said. “My first grade teacher made me want to be one.”

She said her teaching style is laid back but “with high expectations.”

“I believe in working together [with the student] to find an answer,” she said.

Outside of school, she keeps busy with hobbies.

“I read, do cat rescue and go to the gym,” she said. 

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