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Aimee Scrivner

My name is Aimee Thomas Scrivner 2019-2020 begins my 13th year teaching. I live in Huntsville with my husband, two sons, and two dogs. AAA is a special place where all teaching is centered around the arts and arts-integrated learning. The arts have always been a steering force in my classroom and life. I have been involved in choirs, dance/colorguard groups, drama teams, and have played the flute since 6th grade. I am also learning the mandolin and ukelele. I am a certified Arts Integration Specialist and am a National Board Certified teacher in Early and Middle Childhood Literacy. I am so excited to have the opportunity to teach your child at such a wonderful school that incorporates life's most valuable skills into everyday learning!
University of Alabama Huntsville-Master of Education: P-12th Grade Differentiated Instruction w/ESOL
Jacksonville State University-Bachelor of Elementary Education: K-6th Grade
National Board Certified: Early/Middle Childhood Literacy, 2018
AL Professional Certificate 8/4/2017 - 6/30/2023 [Valid]
Issued on 8/4/2017
Class A, Elementary-Secondary
Grade Level: P-12
English for Speakers of Other Languages

AL Professional Certificate 7/1/2012 - 6/30/2017 [Valid]
Issued on 8/13/2012
Class B, Elementary
Grade Level: K-6
Elementary Education

Idaho Elementary Teaching Certificate 2010-2013
All Subjects K-8

AL Professional Certificate 7/1/2006 - 6/30/2011
Issued on 6/22/2006
Class B, Elementary
Grade Level: K-6
Elementary Education

Highly-Qualified Teacher
Core Academic Subjects, Including Reading; Grades: K-6 08/13/2012

I began my career in 2007 teaching Kindergarten Literacy Intervention, then 3rd grade in the Albertville City School System. In 2010, I moved to Burley, Idaho where I received Idaho certification to teach K-8th grade. I taught 1st grade at Mt. View Elementary until 2012. After moving to Huntsville in 2012, I taught K at AAA for 2 years before moving to 2nd grade. Having taught K, 1st, and 3rd grades, I know where our students are coming from when they enter 2nd grade, and where they need to be by the end of our year together.