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Subjects Taught
Grammar, Math, Reading, Spelling

  • Graduated from Troy State University (Troy University) in 1976 with a degree in Music Education
  • Graduated from Auburn Universtiy in 1982 with a Masters in Music Education
  • Graduated from AUM in 2002 with an Alternative Masters degree in Childhood Education

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  • Taught K-6 music for seven years in Montgomery County
  • Taught preschool-4 Mothers Day Out Program at Ridgecrest Baptist Church in Montgomery for two years
  • Taught preschool-3 for two years at Wetumpka Preschool and After School Program
  • Teacher's aide at Wetumpka Elementary School, first and second grade, three years
  • Teacher's aide at Wetumpka Junior High School, one year
  • First grade teacher, Wetumpka Elementary School, five years
  • Second grade teacher, Wetumpka Elementary School, six years
  • Highly Qualified Teacher according to No Child Left Behind
  • ARI training, summer of 2002
  • TEAM-Math training, summer of 2005 and summer of 2006
  • Arts in the Afternoon teacher
  • Math textbook committee member, Spring of 2012
  • PST Committee Member
  • Compliance/Accreditation Team 2017
  • Title I/ESL Intervention Teacher, Fifth year

Every Student Empowered/Every Student Succeeds


 I was born in Greenville, Alabama, but was raised in Montgomery.  My husband, Ed, and I moved our family to Wetumpka 23 years ago.  Ed owns a florist business in Montgomery.   It's called Ed Price Floral Creations if you ever need flowers.  We will celebrate 34 years of marriage in November. 

We have been blessed with four children, and now have eight grandchildren all under the age of five.  Believe me, the holidays get interesting when everyone is home!

In my spare time I like to read, try out new recipes, and work in our vegetable garden. I am also working on quilts for all of the grandchildren.  I'm going to be a busy grandmother!  My husband Ed build a chicken coop and we now have 10 hens and a rooster. We are enjoying the eggs, and have enough to share with family.  In the fall you will find me tailgating on Saturdays in Auburn.  We love Auburn football. 

This is my fifth year working in the Title I Program.  I love working with struggling students in a small group setting.  Watching them grow makes my day.

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