Ms. Bonnie Franklin



Degrees and Certifications:

Ms. Bonnie Franklin

English 10, English 11, English 12, English 9

I attended first through ninth grade at Skyline School and graduated from Scottsboro High School.  I married my senior year and was a homemaker and mother for many years before I decided to become a  teacher.  I attended Northeast Community College for two years and then received my Bachelor of Science in Education from Athens University.  After graduating from Athens, I received my Master's Degree in English from the University of Alabama.  I am highly qualified to teach English and Language Arts in grades 6-12.


I did my student teaching at Woodville High School.  I taught 12th grade English for a semester at Scottsboro High School for a teacher on maternity leave.  After that, I was hired at North Jackson High School and taught 10th grade English for a semester.  In the fall of 1997, I transferred to Skyline High School.  For several years, I taught Alabama History and English.  Since that time, I have taught English/Language Arts grades 7-12 at Skyline.


I was born and reared at Skyline. My parents are Viola Manning and the late George Manning of Skyline.  I had a wonderful childhood and grew up with my siblings Bruce Manning, Dale Manning, Karen Allen, and Phillip Manning.  I have three fantastic children, Amy, Richard, and Emily.  Amy lives in Scottsboro and teaches 5th grade here at Skyline School. She has a son Caden.  Richard lives in Marietta, Georgia and is married to Rachel Jones Franklin. They have two children Samuel and Elizabeth. He is a lieutenant with the Marietta Fire Department over Homeland Security. Emily is a  pharmacist and is married to James Arnold. They have two sons Jax and Grant. My step-daughter Lil lives in Georgia and has two sons Ben and Philip. I enjoy traveling, spending time with friends and family, and Alabama Football. Roll Tide!