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High School English Teacher
I am so excited to join the faculty at TCA! This is my 22nd year as a teacher, and I have been fortunate enough to spend 12 of those years working in Christian education. I have taught pre-school through college, but teaching High School English has always been my passion (I love grammar, my favorite punctuation mark is the semi-colon, and in my free time, I like to diagram sentences!). I received my B. A. in Speech Communications from Lipscomb University in Nashville, TN and have a Master’s degree in Education from West Chester University. My husband, Paul, is an advisor in the Graduate College of Technology at Wilmington University, as well as a pastor. He and I both also teach at WilmU. We have a daughter, Piper, who graduated high school in 2020 and will major in Business and Psychology at WilmU this fall. Our family also includes two rescue pit bulls, Pee Wee and Pax.
I started working at TCA 15 years ago when my youngest daughter, Makayla began kindergarten. My oldest daughter, Kaleigh was in sixth grade at that time. Kaleigh is now a music teacher in Maryland and Makayla is a student at Clarks Summit University after attending Word of Life Bible Institute for a year. My husband, Mark, is a music teacher, as well, and the marching band director with the Interboro School District. He and I met while attending Liberty University. We have been married for 30 years. We attend Aldan Union Church. In my spare time, I enjoy flower and vegetable gardening and preserving the fruits of my harvest in the Fall. I also enjoy reading, quilting, and just being creative.