Phone: 337-217-4500 ext 5046
Degrees and Certifications:
+30 in School Counseling, Northwestern State University MS in Human Resources & Workforce Development, Louisiana State University BS in Animal Science, McNeese State Unviersity
Mrs. Hope Berry
Hope Berry is a master teacher in Agriscience who works with Bell City High School students and FFA members to develop skill sets in Agricultural Sciences, Leadership, Woodworking, Electricity, Small Engines and Welding.
As a career and technical education teacher, she always strives to find her student’s strengths so that they will become valuable contributors to society. In Johnathon Mooney’s keynote speech at the 2015 Groves Gala, his statement “Differences are not deficiencies” and “every human being has a strength you can find and build a life on”, resonates with her and the temperament she sets in her classroom.
Through the years Hope has secured Drew Grant, a “Learn and Serve” grant from the Lt. Governor’s office, and a “Living to Serve” grant from the National FFA to build and maintain the Hayes Park through the years. Demonstrating the level of commitment, she has for both her students and the community.
Hope is certified in Agriscience, General Science, School Counseling and has been awarded Bell City High’s Teacher of the year in 2014 and 2018, securing the Calcasieu High School Teacher of the year in 2018-2019.
Hope holds a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science from McNeese, a Master of Science in Human Resource & Workforce Development from LSU, and a Plus 30 in School counseling from Northwestern.