My name is Pam Londergan, and I teach 7th grade Math and Pre-Algebra here at Fulmer Middle School. I've been teaching for 16 years, and this is currently my eighth year teaching Math at Fulmer. I have also been Chair of the Math department at Fulmer for the last seven years.
I graduated high school from Notre Dame Academy in Toledo, Ohio. I then continued my education at the University of Dayton, in Dayton, Ohio where I majored in Middle Childhood Education with a concentration in Math and Science. After graduation, I went on to teach in Indianapolis, Indiana, as part of an Americorp program for two years where I taught both Math and Science to 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th graders. After that I returned to Ohio, taught in Cleveland for one year before heading back to the University of Dayton to obtain my Masters degree in School Guidance Counseling. I also taught Math and Science to 7th and 8th graders in Dayton for three additional years before moving to South Carolina. I taught two years of 6th grade Science in Cordova, South Carolina, before moving to Lexington county where I continue to reside and continue my teaching career here at Fulmer.
I met my husband, Andy, at a teacher in-service in Dayton, Ohio, and we were married the following year. He currently teaches Social Studies at Airport High School. We have two children - our eight-year-old daughter, Isabella, and our one-year-old son, Ian. In my free time I enjoy traveling to spend time with my family.