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  • High School Diploma: Stanhope Elmore High School, 1999
  • B.S. Degree: Auburn University Montgomery, 2003
  • Masters in Elementary Education: Auburn University Montgomery, 2008

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Experience, Experience, Experience! When it comes to experience, I can truly say that I have experience. As a young adult, I dreamed of becoming a teacher.  In order to do so, I entered Auburn University Montgomery. After a couple of years of studying and fine tuning my craft, I decided that it was time to venture out into the world of teaching. I began to work as a substitute teacher in the Elmore County School System. Shortly thereafter, I became an intern here at Wetumpka Elementary School. It was a great experience, and I loved every moment.  Upon completion of my degree, I took a position as a second grade teacher at Robinson Springs Elementary School. It was also a great experience, and I loved teaching all of those students. However, after completing the school year I was hired here as a third grade teacher. It has been wonderful . I look forward to many more!

 



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My Life!

There comes a time in everyone's life when they hear- Can you tell me a little about yourself? For most people, this may be difficult to answer. However, in this biography I plan to tell you who I am.

My name is Erica Humphrey. I was born and raised in Millbrook, Alabama. I am the youngest of five children. I have two brothers and two sisters. Being the youngest has its advantages and disadvantages. If you are the youngest, then you know what I mean.

Since I was born and raised in Millbrook, I attended school in the Elmore County School District. After completing high school at Stanhope Elmore High School, I enrolled into a great college and worked tirelessly to earn my degree. Reaching this point was a pivotal moment for me as well as my family. After graduating from school, I was faced with another challenge. I know what you are thinking- Graduate School. However, you are wrong.  I had to plan a wedding! In June of 2004, I married my husband. We live in Millbrook, and we have been married for ten years now. We have three year old twins.  They keep us very busy.  Although they keep us busy, I like to travel and visit exotic destinations. I have been to Jamaica, Grand Cayman, Canada, St. Thomas, St. Maarten, Puerto Rico, Mexico, and several beautiful states that make up our country. I also love reading and studying anything that involves medicine.   When I am not traveling or reading about medicine, I spend my time researching new ideas about education. Doing this ensures that my students will receive the best education possible. From my perspective, I believe that I have a good life. I enjoy every moment!

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