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Regena Logan

I graduated from Fyffe High School in 1992. I played basketball (State Championship and runner-up in state), softball (runner-up in state), and volleyball (runner-up in state). I attended college on a basketball scholarship. I graduated from Jacksonville State University with a Health and Physical Education degree. While in college I was also an assistant coach with the Fyffe High School girls basketball team where we won state.  I received my masters degree from Georgia Southern University in Kinesiology.   I began teaching in Dade County in 1999 as the middle school PE teacher and moved to the high school 3 years ago as the Health/PE, Sports training teacher. I have coached basketball, softball, and cross country in Dade County. While at the middle school I was the head coach of the middle school girls basketball team for 18 years, while also serving as an assistant girls basketball coach at the high school during those 18 years. While coaching basketball in Dade County the middle school girls basketball team won several NGAC Championships and tournament runner-ups while the high school girls were state runner-up twice and region champs. I coached softball at the middle school and high school as an assistant coach. I am currently in my 6th year as the varsity girls basketball head coach at DCHS. My hobbies include reading, fishing, camping, and spending time with family and friends.