Phone: (803)442-6100 or (803)599-4224
Degrees and Certifications:
BSEd Secondary Social Studies Gifted and Talented Endorsed AP Psychology Endorsed
Mrs. Robin Falin
My name is Robin Falin. I will be teaching Psychology, Sociology and US Government.
The 2023-24 school year is my 25th year in Aiken County Public Schools. I am looking forward to another exciting year.
I am a transplant to South Carolina. In 1986, I married my husband, and we moved here from Tennessee. We have two grown daughters and both are happily married. Our older daughter is a registered dietician and nutritionist at the Veterans Affairs in Virginia. Our younger daughter, who lives locally, is a fabulous bridal consultant at a local bridal salon, and has blessed us with a grandson and a granddaughter; they keep us busy and laughing. Our grandson, who is in the 2nd grade, has great aspirations to do whatever he wants when he is grown. Our granddaughter, who will soon be three, will make a dance party out of any situation, just give her a beat and she's moving. She is fun to be around.
This past summer, I spent as much time with my mom and my grandchild. My mom, who has been diagnosed with a form of fast progressing Dementia, was moved to a memory care facility in Tennessee as her health is declining. My grandchildren are growing fast, so I enjoy spending as much time with them as possible. One thing that is truly important to me, is family.
I love teaching. I am a lifelong learner and I learn a lot from my students. Each day is a new day and my philosophy is that each day everyone starts with a clean slate, because we all make mistakes and deserve a fresh start.
One thing I learned from Steve Harvey, is that if you look at everything as if you have "got" to do it, it becomes a drudgery, but if you look at it as if you "get" to do it, then it becomes a blessing. I "get" to come to school and be blessed by meeting new and exciting students.
My schedule for 2023/24 is
3rd AP Prep Lab
1st Government/ Sociology
"Do your little bit of good where you are; it's those little bits of good put together that overwhelm the world." Desmond Tutu