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English 11, English 7


I have a Bachelor's in English from Troy University and a Master's in Instructional Leadership from the University of West Alabama. I am currently pursuing my Educational Specialist degree in Instructional Leadership from the University of West Alabama.


I am a highly qualified English Language Arts teacher with Coffee County Schools and have been teaching since 2010. I serve in many roles which include: English department chairperson, National English Honor's Society sponsor, Senior Class sponsor, and REACH advisory implementation team member. I am currently the seventh and eleventh grade English teacher.


I am from New Brockton, AL and am happy to be teaching at "home". After graduating from NBHS in 2006, I began college at Troy University and was a member of the Sound of the South Marching Band majorette line and Sigma Tau Delta English Honor's Society. I graduated from Troy University in December of 2009 with a Bachelor's in English. I have a five-year-old son named Clayton who keeps me very busy and very happy. This summer, I began my Educational Specialist degree in Instructional Leadership. I truly believe that through reading, writing, and constant participation in language, a student will increase their chances for success. I enjoy teaching very much and am convinced it is a calling God has put on my life. When I'm not reading, writing, grading papers, or lesson planning, I am playing with my son, spending time with my family, or serving at my church.