Faculty & Staff

At the heart of our ministry to the students is our faculty. Averaging 15 years of previous teaching experience, our dynamic team is passionate about making an impact in the lives of their students. We’re proud of our team and the way that each professional responds to the call of teaching quality academics from a biblical perspective.

 
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Deb Knoblock

Head of School

Education

Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education, Syracuse University

Masters Degree in Instructional Design, Development, and Evaluation, Syracuse University

Why have you chosen to become a part of Eastside Christian School?

Eastside Christian School is a very special place! From my first days here, I have experienced what I have heard so many say they cherish about our school — it is a place where students are known and loved and where God’s love in action makes a daily difference — and a lasting impact — on students’ lives. I am humbled to serve the Lord alongside a group of truly dedicated, talented and effective educators who are supported by an equally dedicated staff who give their best to ensure classroom success!

If you could travel anywhere, where would you go and why?

My dream destination is the Holy Land. To visit Israel and walk where Jesus walked would, no doubt, be a life-changing experience.

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Andrea McCranie

Assistant Head of School

Education

Bachelors Degree in Early Childhood Education, Minor in Biblical Studies, Toccoa Falls College

Masters Degree in Curriculum and Technology Instruction, Strayer University

Education Specialist Degree in Exemplary Teaching and Learning and Gifted Endorsement, Valdosta State University

Why have you become a teacher?

Other than the fact that I have always loved seeing children grow and learn, I chose to become a teacher because I was adopted at 6 weeks old and given a wonderful opportunity to be raised in a Christian home with two loving parents. I felt God's calling on my life in middle school to give that same opportunity to other students in a school setting that may not have that environment within their homes.

If you could spend an afternoon however you desired, what would you do?

I would spend the afternoon playing with my children, a 2 and a 3-year old. I imagine it would involve a playground, an ice cream treat, and a warm, spring day.

 
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Vicky Bache

Kindergarten

Education

Bachelors Degree in Early Childhood Education, Berry College

What is something most people do not know about you?

I was a football manager my senior year at Lassiter High School.

If you could spend an afternoon however you desired, what would you do?

I would put on my pajamas, drink coffee, and watch Hallmark movies.

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Mandy Berrell

Discovery, R.O.A.R. Program

Education

Bachelors Degree in Early Childhood Education, University of Georgia

Why have you chosen to become a part of Eastside Christian School?

As an alumna of Eastside Christian, it has always held a special place in my heart. As a parent, I knew ECS would be an excellent place for my family — excellence in education, excellence in faith, and expecting excellence of ourselves. When an opportunity for me to work specifically with language intervention and support arose at ECS, I knew it was a gift from God for this Orton-Gillingham educator! I am thankful for the blessing of Eastside Christian in our lives every day!

If you could travel anywhere, where would you go and why?

Anywhere I can hike and be out in the mountains! I am a big National Parks fanatic, and visit as many as I can, though Banff and the Alps are both on my list of dreamy destinations, too.

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Sarah Frances Chidester

Second Grade

Education

Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education and Special Education, University of North Georgia

Why have you become a teacher?

Growing up, I had the incredible privilege of attending Eastside as a student from pre-school through 8th grade. Eastside is where I was able to receive the foundation for my faith and the preparation needed to have success in high school, college, and beyond. As a teacher at ECS I have the opportunity to be led by the Holy Spirit to help develop in students a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, a Biblical worldview, and an academic and spiritual foundation to be able to fulfill the unique purpose and plan that God has designed for their lives.

Who is your most memorable teacher and why?

Shellie Reynolds was my seventh and eighth grade math teacher at Eastside. Every day when I entered her classroom, I knew that she believed in me and that I was going to have fun learning math. Before having her as a teacher, math had been a challenge for me, and it was my least favorite subject in school. Mrs. Reynolds changed my entire perspective on math, gave me a renewed sense of hope in my abilities, and helped mathematics become my favorite subject in school. Mrs. Reynolds taught me to believe in myself, to never give up, and that learning challenging things can be a true joy!

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Jessica Dalton

Kindergarten - Eighth Grade Physical Education; Athletic Director

Education

Bachelors Degree in Health and Physical Education, University of West Georgia

Why have you chosen to become a part of Eastside Christian School?

Eastside has been a part of my family for while. My husband attended ECS Kindergarten through eighth grade, and my mother-in-law has been a first grade teacher at ECS for 36 years. As soon as I came to ECS for the first time, I knew I wanted to be a part of this faculty and that this was where I wanted my son to attend school.

If you could spend an afternoon however you desired, what would you do?

I love the beach! I would be on the beach with my family and a really good book!

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Vickie Dalton

First Grade

Education

Bachelors Degree in Early Childhood Education, West Georgia College

Why have you become a teacher?

From the time I was a young girl, I wanted to be a teacher. I loved school and wanted to be a part of the teaching profession. My desire was to love and teach children to love school and be the best that God desired for them.

Why have you chosen to become a part of Eastside Christian School?

Once I had taught in a christian school in California, I realized how much more I wanted children to know than the 3 R-s! When Eastside started a school here, I knew that I wanted to be a part from the ground up. This has been God's school since day one, and I want Him to be honored for many more years at ECS. I love teaching the Word of God to children and seeing them come to know the Lord in a real way. I love when I get to pray with them to invite Jesus into their hearts or when they come in and say that they prayed to receive Jesus at home with their parents. This is such a special place and I want it to continue grow for Him.

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Regan Daniels

Business Manager

Education

Bachelors Degree in Management, Southern Illinois University

Masters Degree in Management Technology, Southern Polytechnic State University

Master's Certificate in Project Management, George Washington University

What is something most people do not know about you?

I have moved 12 times in my life since college and lived in Atlanta three different times!

If you could spend an afternoon however you desired, what would you do?

I would spend the afternoon walking on a white, soft, sandy beach with my family, enjoying the warm sun rays and God's beautiful creation!

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Courtney Davis

Third Grade

Education

Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education, Oklahoma Christian University

Why have you chosen to become a part of Eastside Christian School?

I love being in a place where I can talk freely about my faith and integrate the word of God into the things I teach. I also love the family atmosphere with the faculty and that we can begin a meeting praying and encouraging each other.

Who is your most memorable teacher and why?

My high school theater teacher, Mr. Jones. I always looked forward to his class, no matter what kind of day I was having. He not only taught us to love theater, but to love each other and believe in ourselves. He grew my love for theater and gave me opportunities to thrive. He was one of the most loved men on campus because you didn't want to let him down.

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Bena DeVaney

First Grade

Education

Bachelors Degree in Early Childhood/Special Education, Mercer University

Masters Degree in Early Childhood Education, Reading Endorsement, Mercer University

Who is your most memorable teacher and why?

My third grade teacher, Mrs. Massey. She made learning fun and interactive. I still remember measuring the perimeter of our school! She made me feel loved and cared for, which allowed me to thrive in her class!

What is the top item on your "bucket list" and why?

Going to all of the National Parks in the United States! My favorite that I have been to so far is Zion National Park in Utah.

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Heather Doyle

Kindergarten

Education

Bachelors Degree in Early Childhood Education, Kennesaw State University

Why have you become a teacher?

I have always wanted to be a teacher for as long as I can remember. Every year starting in preschool when they would ask what we want to be when we grow up, I always said a teacher. Children are the most amazing gift from God, and I want to be that adult that I had growing up for them.

Why have you chosen to become a part of Eastside Christian School?

Becoming a part of Eastside Christian was completely a God thing. Everything about ECS is an answer to a prayer that I didn’t even know I had. What you see on the outside is exactly what it truly is on the inside. Everyone who works here is incredible and the exact teachers and role models I would want in my children’s lives. It is a school with high academics, a close community, and a love for God that should be all around the world.

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Teresa Duvall

Receptionist

Education

Bachelors Degree in Fashion Merchandising, University of Alabama

What is something most people do not know about you?

Growing up I played the piano, took dance, and was a cheerleader.

What is the top item on your "bucket list" and why?

Skydiving would be a fun experience.

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Sherri Franklin

Seventh & Eighth Grade History

Education

Bachelors Degree in English and History, Barton College

Why have you become a teacher?

There is no better way to spend the day than with middle school students! This vital time in a young person's life is so important, and I am honored to be able to interact with this age group and do all I can to lift my students up through prayer, encouragement, and educational growth.

Why have you chosen to become a part of Eastside Christian School?

Our community is unique and amazing. Our teachers are a close knit family who truly cares for the well being of our students.

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Jennifer Gay

Lower School Computer; Academic Technology Coordinator

Education

Bachelors Degree in English Literature, Georgia College

Masters Degree in Library Media and Instructional Technology, Georgia College

Why have you become a teacher?

I became a teacher because I love reading and writing, and I wanted to share this love with others. As I began to teach high school literature and writing, however, my reason changed. Now, I teach for the thrill of watching the faces of my students when they discover something new. I teach for the moments when my students dig in and give their best effort to overcome a challenge. And I teach for the shared triumph when my students share what they know with confidence.

Who is your most memorable teacher and why?

My most memorable teacher was my 3rd grade teacher, Mrs. Carrie Hutcherson. She truly engaged her students in the learning process. We completed a service project on our school grounds where we designed and constructed a small pond and sitting area for our school to enjoy. What a wonderful introduction to the idea of community service!

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Trina Graham

Sixth Grade Bible & History

Education

Bachelors Degree in Business Administration, Lee University

Associates Degree in Bible, Lee University

Associates Degree in Psychology, Lee University

Teacher Education Certification, University of Riverside, California

Why have you become a teacher?

I love children, and I love how the Bible tells us to pass on information, stories, traditions, and knowledge to the younger generations. I enjoy being a part of that process and seeing their faces "light up" as they learn something new!

Who is your most memorable teacher and why?

Mr. Camry-Hoggit taught New Testament History in college. He was a great story teller and made his lessons memorable. One day, he came into class dressed like John the Baptist, sat in the back of the class and waited until someone noticed him sitting there. He taught the whole class in character, from the personal perspective of John the Baptist, and made his story come to life before our eyes. I'll never forget him.

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Lydia Green

Sixth Grade Science & English

Education

Bachelors Degree in Education, Western Carolina University

Who is your most memorable teacher and why?

My third grade teacher, Mrs. Stohler, was an engaging and fun teacher who always knew how to help us commit important things memory that would serve us well. She also had the most fantastic reward system. The greatest of these was the 10 best behaved students spent the night at her house in San Clemente at the end of the school year.

If you could travel anywhere, where would you go and why?

If I could, I would travel to Fez, Morocco in June of 2021. I was able to teach at the American School of Fez from 2012-2014, and it would be a true pleasure to see my past students graduate from high school.

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Carrie Harris

Sixth - Eighth Grade Computer; Yearbook; School I.T.

Education

Bachelors Degree, Berry College

Why have you become a teacher?

While I was working as an IT specialist in a public High School, my principal came to me and told me that he really felt like I needed to be teaching computer instead of just working on the computers. I prayed about it, went back to school, and am so thankful for that conversation that happened 18 years ago.

Who is your most memorable teacher and why?

Mr. Morrissey, third grade at Kincaid Elementary. He had a very fun way of connecting with his students. I will never forget a lesson on fractions using a full size Hershey's candy bar!

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Grant Hawkins

Sixth & Seventh Mathematics

Education

Bachelors Degree in Early Childhood Education, The University of West Georgia

Why have you become a teacher?

For me, there is no greater profession than one that allows me to make an everlasting impact on students, especially in a Christ-centered environment where we can help students grow spiritually as well as mentally and emotionally. It also helps that I don't feel like I come to work everyday, because work isn't this much fun!

If you could spend an afternoon however you desired, what would you do?

A perfect afternoon for me would be going on a run, spending time with my wife and kids, and eating pizza while watching a Hawks game.

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Ann Henning

Substitute Coordinator

Education

Bachelors Degree in Psychology, Cedarville University

Teaching License Music Education (Instrumental), Ball State University

Why have you become a teacher?

I enjoyed music so much throughout my life and wanted to continue helping others to find as much enjoyment in music as I had found. Teaching was a way to continue to participate in music and teach others also.

Who is your most memorable teacher and why?

My band director was a memorable teacher in high school and again in college. He always pushed me do things in music that I didn't think I could do. He helped me through many hard times in my family life. He was our church choir director, so he was a Christian in a public school I could go to if I needed to.

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Janice Holland

Fourth Grade

Education

Bachelors Degree in Early Childhood Education, Georgia State University

Who is your most memorable teacher and why?

It's hard to choose just one memorable teacher, but I remember my elementary music teacher. Growing up in public school, I always loved having teachers who love the Lord, and Ms. Darnell was one of those. I also remember her because she was always encouraging me to continue to pursue music (and especially to sing alto).

If you could travel anywhere, where would you go and why?

I would LOVE to go to Australia because there are so many different landscapes and a variety of unusual plants, animals, and landmarks to visit and see.

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Mandy Hopkins

Fifth Grade

Education

Bachelors Degree in Secondary Education, Valdosta State University

Why have you become a teacher?

Since the time of playing school with my Smurf chalkboard as a young child, I have wanted to be a teacher. I love showing students new things and helping them think beyond what they believe they are capable of. As rewarding as it is to see students succeed, my biggest prayer is that I will make a difference in their lives.

If you could travel anywhere, where would you go and why?

There are so many places I would love to travel. If I could only go to one, I would have to pick England. As an English and History teacher, there is so much there that I would love to see and experience to make the literature and history lessons come to life.

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Jennifer Johnson

Second Grade

Education

Bachelors Degree in Early Childhood Education, Cedarville University

Why have you chosen to become a part of Eastside Christian School?

I had the opportunity to attend a Christian school growing up, and I have always wanted that for my own children. My husband and I are so happy to have our children at a school that shares our values and where we know our children are being nurtured and trained academically and spiritually. It is a joy to also be able to teach at a school where the staff feels like family and genuinely cares about each other.

If you could travel anywhere, where would you go and why?

I would love to travel to Israel with my husband and children so that we could all experience and see the different historical places that we have read about in the Bible.

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Joy Key

Eighth Grade Bible

Education

Bachelor's Degree in Management, Georgia Institute of Technology

Why have you chosen to become a part of Eastside Christian School?

My three children attended Eastside, and it has been a great part of their spiritual learning and growth. It prepared them well for high school and college.

What is something most people do not know about you?

I was an exchange student in Japan during high school.

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Ashleigh Lucas

Kindergarten - Eighth Grade Music & Chorus

Education

Bachelors Degree in Music Education with a Vocal/Choral Emphasis, Carson-Newman University

Why have you become a teacher?

In seventh grade, I decided to become a music teacher, and I never wavered from that point forward. Music has always moved me — its technicalities, its ability to evoke emotion and set tone, its straight connection to the Creator. It is my joy to help my students experience music in those same ways, day after day.

Why have you chosen to become a part of Eastside Christian School?

Eastside Christian School values the development of the whole student. The academics here are strong and well-tempered by the arts and other offerings available to students. The fact that all of that is presented by faculty that cares through a true biblical worldview is what makes Eastside the best place for me to be.

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Alyssa Meiste

Third Grade

Education

Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education, University of Michigan

Why have you chosen to become a part of Eastside Christian School?

Before coming to Eastside Christian, I worked in public school. While I will never forget my students there, I found it extremely difficult to not be able to talk with students about my relationship with God in return when they would bring up theirs to me. It also hurt me that I could not remind students of their worth in God when they were feeling upset and frustrated. This is what drew me to ECS. An added perk that I've quickly realized is that ECS offers a whole new family between the staff and parents that I already feel incredibly loved and blessed by!

If you could spend an afternoon however you desired, what would you do?

If I could spend an afternoon doing anything, I would spend it in World Showcase in Epcot, walking from country to country, eating delicious food and reading a good book! I love World Showcase because of what each country teaches me about each country's culture (and because of the food, of course). I also love to read and I find World Showcase to be a fun, but relaxing environment, with plenty of hidden corners to get some peace and quiet in the middle of the chaos of Disney World!

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Tori Mullen

Seventh & Eighth Grade English

Education

Bachelors Degree in Education, Secondary English, Kennesaw State University

Bachelors Degree in Public Relations/Journalism, Auburn University

Who is your most memorable teacher and why?

My most memorable teacher was Mrs. Linton. I was in her 9th grade English class. She was tough on me, but she's the teacher that made grammar "click" with me. That was the start of my love for writing!

What is the top item on your "bucket list" and why?

I would love to visit the Holy Land one day. It would be remarkable to walk where Jesus walked and to see many of the places I've read about in scriptures. Traveling to the Holy Land is on my bucket list!

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Greta Newman

Learning Center

Education

Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education, Michigan State University

Why have you become a teacher?

I became a teacher to positively impact the lives of children in the upcoming generations. It is a blessing to be able to teach in a Christian school where the word of God is intertwined with academic curriculum.

What is the top item on your "bucket list" and why?

I would travel to all 7 continents. I enjoy experiencing and learning from other cultures.

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Lori Nichols

Office Manager

Education

Bachelors Degree in Advertising and Marketing, Bowling Green State University

What is something most people do not know about you?

I am American Indian and part of the Miami Indian Tribe from Ohio.

What is the top item on your "bucket list" and why?

Taking my family on a trip out West to visit as many National Parks as we can!

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Ana Sara Pinto

Kindergarten - Eighth Grade Spanish

Education

Bachelors Degree in Spanish and Music, Berea College

Master of Divinity, Columbia Theological Seminary

Master of Practical Theology, Columbia Theological Seminary

Why have you chosen to become a part of Eastside Christian School?

I believe hearing about God everyday makes an impactful difference in the lives of children and teens. It is the fact that they don’t only get to hear about Christian values, but they get to watch it being modeled to them by their teachers and peers. I was fortunate to have had such an education growing up, and it helped shape me into who I am today. It helped me see beyond myself and understand that God has a purpose for me that involves sharing God’s love with others. This is why being a part of Eastside made sense. Eastside teachers not only teach, they live out their faith by loving their students.

If you could spend an afternoon however you desired, what would you do?

I would find a mountain with an awesome view to climb. I love nature. It relaxes me, and it brings me closer to God.

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Kristen Richardson

Kindergarten - Eighth Grade Art

Education

Bachelors Degree in Art Education, Piedmont College

Why have you become a teacher?

I always wanted to become a teacher. I love kids! I hope I can make them feel loved and important, get them excited about art and ignite a creative spark.

If you could spend an afternoon however you desired, what would you do?

I would choose a warm and sunny afternoon and spend it soaking up the sun near any body of water...pool, beach, river, or lake.

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Devynn Robertson

Eighth Grade Mathematics

Education

Bachelors Degree of Science in Secondary Mathematics Education, Kennesaw State University

Who is your most memorable teacher and why?

My tenth grade Algebra 2 teacher, Coach Morris. I loved going to his class each day because he was funny and he taught math in a way that was very easy for me to understand. He made his expectations for his students clear and attainable. I respected him and wanted to do well in his class. He is the reason that I became a math teacher.

What is the top item on your "bucket list" and why?

I would like to go with my family on a long road trip to visit the major National Parks out west. I have never traveled west of Louisiana and would love to see the beautiful terrain of the western USA. I think that my family and I could create some wonderful lifelong memories from a trip like this!

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Brittany Salkill

Fifth - Eighth Grade Band; After School Program

Education

Bachelor's Degree in Music, Flute Performance; Georgia Southern University

Master's Degree in Music, Flute Performance; Middle Tennessee State University

What is something most people do not know about you?

I can identify most breeds of dogs by sight.

If you could travel anywhere, where would you go and why?

Germany. I have extended family there that I would love to meet in person. I've also been learning to speak German over the past several years and would love to be fully immersed in the language.

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Karen Salkill

Seventh & Eighth Grade Science; S.T.E.M.

Education

Bachelors Degree in Early Childhood Education, Jacksonville State University

Why have you chosen to become a part of Eastside Christian School?

In 1984, I received a phone call from a minister of Eastside Baptist Church. He informed me that the church was expanding a school that had started the prior year with only one grade and wanted to know if I was interested in joining the journey. I was so excited to have a hand in the birth of a new school and I am equally excited to this day. I love Eastside and the family I have here. I have worked in other schools and I have found none that can come close to comparing to what we have here.

If you could travel anywhere, where would you go and why?

This one is hard to narrow down. My first response would be Isreal because I'd love to walk where my Lord walked. However, I know that one day I'll live in the new Jerusalem, so my next answer would probably be to travel to Egypt and Rome to see the ancient ruins. I know that is more than one place, but it is a big world!

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Lauren Salkill

Library Aide; Early Bird Program

Education

Bachelors Degree, Kennesaw State University

If you could spend an afternoon however you desired, what would you do?

I would enjoy a sunny afternoon outside with my dog.

If you could travel anywhere, where would you go and why?

I would go to Africa and go on a safari. I can’t even begin to fathom how amazing it would be to see all of God’s awesome creations in their natural habitat.

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Marianne Schlossberg

Health Clinician

Education

Master of Public Health, Florida A&M University

Doctor of Medicine, University of the East (Philippines)

Why have you chosen to become a part of Eastside Christian School?

With two children attending Eastside Christian School, I saw how the teachers and staff have helped them thrive academically and spiritually. Having seen this firsthand, it was an easy decision for me to take up the role as the school's Health Clinician.

What is the top item on your "bucket list" and why?

To be able to take my children to as many different countries as possible is on top of my bucket list because I want them to see and experience different cultures.

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Amy Smith

Discovery Program Coordinator

Education

Bachelor's Degree in English Education, Kennesaw State University

Bachelor's Degree in English, Kennesaw State University

Certifications include: K-12 Special Education, K-12 Gifted, 4-8 Reading, and 6-12 English/Language Arts

Why have you become a teacher?

I have always enjoyed working with kids, and I figured teaching was a good way to continue doing so. I originally chose English as a content area due to my love of books and as a tribute to several great English teachers I had during my middle school and high school years. They encouraged me and fostered my love of reading and writing, and I ultimately wanted to do the same for others. What I discovered as I began my teaching career was that I also had a passion for helping students who struggle. I strive to find ways to help students make connections, and I love those light bulb moments that students get and the pride they feel when they’ve conquered difficult material. I also discovered that whether I was in a public school or a private Christian school, my ability to encourage students through difficult concepts, teach them patience and perseverance, and give them a safe place to make mistakes allowed me to reflect the love of Christ and positively impact my students.

If you could travel anywhere, where would you go and why?

While I have a long list of places I would like to see someday, my heart’s desire is to take an RV road trip out West and explore that area of our country with my family. Places to stop on our adventure include, but certainly aren’t limited to: Sedona, Yellowstone National Park, the Grand Tetons, Jackson Hole, Red Wood Forrest, Yosemite, Mt. Rainer, Carlsbad Caverns, and (most importantly) The Grand Canyon. All of these places offer displays of God’s splendor and glory in uniquely creative designs. As an adult, I have very fond memories of the road trips my family took when I was growing up, and I’d like for my daughter to have similar experiences.

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Whiley Smith

Fifth Grade

Education

Bachelors Degree in Liberal Studies, Azusa Pacific University

Why have you chosen to become a part of Eastside Christian School?

It is a privilege to teach the Word of God to children and to be able to incorporate it into our curriculum everyday. Eastside Christian is a school that puts Christ first, and I love being a part of this wonderful community!

If you could spend an afternoon however you desired, what would you do?

I would absolutely spend it outside! I love to be outside, whether that's reading a book on the front porch or enjoying a hike!

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Mary Beth Thomas

Social Media Director

Education

Bachelor's Degree in Middle Grades Education, Kennesaw State University

Why have you chosen to become a part of Eastside Christian School?

When it was time to decide where to send our children for school, my husband and I were impressed by both the Biblical integration and the large school benefits in a small school setting. It has been a joy to watch our children thrive and blossom here, and it is a privilege to be a part of the team!

If you could travel anywhere, where would you go and why?

Yosemite National Park! The majesty and grandeur of God are truly on display there, and I’d love to take our children to experience the feeling of awe that comes with seeing that part of His creation.

 
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Chris Ward

Seventh Grade Bible

Education

Bachelors Degree in Physical Education, Auburn University

Masters Degree in Christian Education, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

Why have you become a teacher?

To fulfill my calling to minister to students and pass on the faith to the next generation.

If you could spend an afternoon however you desired, what would you do?

I would spend the afternoon with my family in the great outdoors hiking, fishing, playing sports, or at the beach!

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Denise Wright

Eighth Grade Bible

Education

Bachelors Degree in Communication Arts, Michigan State University

What is something most people do not know about you?

I am a published writer.

If you could spend an afternoon however you desired, what would you do?

Hike the beautiful Grand Teton trails in the summer with my family.