Hi! My name is Mary Kathryn Bozeman and I am the high school counselor at South Lamar. I work with students in 7th – 12th grade. I am a graduate of South Lamar School from the Class of 1993. I attended the University of South Alabama, where I received my bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education in 1997, and then went on to attain my master’s degree in School Counseling in 2001.
I began my teaching career in Mobile County at E.R. Dickson Elementary where I taught 4th and 2nd grade from 1997-2001. Then I moved to Winfield City Schools as the middle school/career technical counselor from 2001-2005. I went back to the classroom in Autauga County at Pine Level Elementary as a 6th grade teacher from 2005-2007. Then I came back to South Lamar and taught 2nd grade in 2008. I took off 4 years to stay home with my two children. In 2011, I went to Fayette County and taught 5th grade at Berry Elementary School for 2 years. I came back to Lamar County in 2013 as the school counselor at Sulligent Elementary. In January 2016 I transferred to South Lamar as the high school counselor. I enjoy working with high school students and helping them make good choices in their personal, social, and academic endeavors.
I like to read, shop, and go hiking. I have a wonderful husband, Luke Bozeman and two beautiful children, Ben Bozeman (6th grade) and Beth Bozeman (5th grade). We are involved in church ministry at Macedonia Freewill Baptist Church in Millport.
If I can help you or your student in any way please contact me at school by phone or email!
Be somebody that makes everybody feel like somebody!
Meet the Counselor
I am originally from Reform, AL. I am married and have 6 children and 2 grandchildren. This is my 31st year teaching. For 19 years I taught Health and Physical Education at Carrollton High School in Pickens County. I am starting my twelfth year in Lamar County at South Lamar School where I am the elementary counselor and an ACCESS facilitator in high school. My degrees are: