Second Grade Assistant
M.A. English–University of Tennessee
Masters in Teaching, Secondary English–University of Memphis
- (865) 777-9032
Third Grade Assistant
B.A. History – University of Tennessee
Middle School Social Studies
B.A. American Studies — University of Washington
Pending M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction — Western Governors University
Active and project-based learning is critical to not only a student’s learning experience, but also in fostering and creating engaged and interested learners.
B.S. Elementary Education
M.S. Educational Psychology
Kids learn best through interacting with their world and through discovery. We use a hands-on approach throughout the curriculum and encourage kids to wonder and ask questions. I believe in taking kids where they are and finding ways to challenge and encourage them and take them as far as they can go in developmentally appropriate ways.
- (865) 218-4454
B.S. Marketing – University of Tennessee
M.A. Teaching – Carson-Newman
Effective learning requires a collaboration between teacher, student and parents, grounded in mutual respect and trust.
- (865) 218-4483
MS Physical Education and Wellness / Co-Athletic Director
B.S. Education with a concentration in Human Performance and Sport Studies – MS Physical Education
Certified Trainer–American College of Sports Medicine
Middle School students need an encouraging environment to take on physical challenges. My goal is to provide a well rounded program where students can develop skills, increase fitness and have a positive experience in P.E.
- (865) 777-9032 ext. 307
B.A. Psychology – University of Tennessee – Knoxville
- (865) 777-9032
B.F.A – Santa Fe University of Art and Design
B. Ed. – Lincoln Memorial University
Art enables us to perceive, evaluate and express personal experiences unique to each of us. It is my desire to provide fun and meaningful art making that fosters our students creative potential and to see and perceive their world in new ways.
- (865) 218-4499
B.A. Religious Studies – University of Tennessee
M.I.S. – University of Tennessee
Children are intelligent, curious and capable beings. Our role as caretakers and educators is to provide a safe and inspiring environment for them to explore, experience and discover the world. I believe the library is an ideal place for this kind of exploration and is an essential component of a child’s learning environment. I believe literature is essential to a child’s intellectual, social and emotional development and that children deserve access to the highest quality literature available.
- (865) 218-4479
Finance & Admissions Associate
B.A. Philosophy, Law & Rhetoric — Stephens College
J.D. — University of Tennessee College of Law