Ms. Obert has been an educator for over ten years and has recently served as an Assistant Principal with Oak Mountain Middle School. She has a Bachelor of Arts in English Language Arts from the University of Alabama in Huntsville and a Master of Arts Degree, an Educational Specialist degree from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Dr. Deborah A. Scarbrough received her Bachelor of Science, Reading, Special Education, and Master’s degrees from the University of Tennessee. She continued her education with degrees in supervision and administration and a doctorate in Leadership and Professional Practices. Dr. Scarbrough served as an elementary teacher for 23 years, an elementary Assistant Principal for one year, an Elementary Principal for 17 years, and is presently serving her sixth year at Chelsea Middle School as an Assistant Principal. Dr. Scarbrough taught courses at the college and university levels and also taught graduate students in the college of education. Dr. Scarbrough grew up in Chattanooga and Memphis Tennessee. She is married to Ken Scarbrough. The Scarbroughs are very proud of their family of two daughters, two sons-in-law, three grandsons, and one granddaughter.
Ms. Ann-Marie D. Sturdivant received a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Birmingham-Southern College and a Master’s Degree in Secondary Education-Mathematics from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. She completed her Administration Certification and her Educational Specialist Degree in Instructional Leadership at the University of Montevallo. Ms. Sturdivant has worked in education for over 15 years in both the middle and high school settings serving as a teacher, sponsor, coach, and administrator. Prior to working in education, she worked as a technology specialist installing networks and teaching technology in schools. Ms. Sturdivant grew up in Huntsville, AL and currently lives in the Birmingham area with her husband Dana and their children Adam, Joshua, Daniel, Sarah, and Jonah.
|B. Beatty||Language Arts||Beatty blog|
|J. Brown||Math/PE||Brown blog|
|M. Caiola||Social Studies||Caiola blog|
|D. Glausier||Language Arts||Glausier blog|
|B. Goodall||Math||Goodall blog|
|R. McMahan||Social Studies||McMahan blog|
|V. Prosch||Social Studies|
|K. Stallings||Science||Stallings blog|
|C. VanDerGeest||Math||VanDerGeest blog|
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