A: I had taught third grade for the vast majority of my teaching career and I was ready for a new challenge and with math and science being my true passions, it was an easy choice to make. I have found that being able to focus on two subject areas has given the freedom, and more importantly time, to do more enrichment beyond the curriculum.
Q: I know that you have a love for drama, Broadway, and the performing arts. What sparked that interest for you? Did you ever consider pursuing that, or did you and we just don’t know?
A: I grew up going to plays and musicals with my mother, so it started early on. Phantom of the Opera blew my mind when I was younger. I also did Forensics (speech/debate, not CSI kind of stuff) in high school and had a lot of fun. No, I have never considered pursuing anything in the drama fields, but I am thrilled to have the opportunity to get my “fix” through our class plays.
A: There are so many traditions that I know she will love, but I am most excited that she will be in the classroom with some absolutely amazing teachers.
Q: What is one of your favorite Ensworth Traditions?
A: I love the faculty vs. 8th grade sporting events. They are always so much fun and the competition, while sometimes intense, is always surrounded by laughs and good times.
A: We were able to take a short trip to Chattanooga and visit some family. We also took the kids to the Aquarium and the Chattanooga Zoo.
Q: Who is an High School Faculty member that you would like to see featured next?
A: Tory Green