AAA Elementary Temporary Transition to Remote Learning

Out of an abundance of caution, AAA Elementary will temporarily transition to remote learning with multiple students and staff members self-quarantining.  The remote learning period will begin on Monday, Sept. 21, 2020 and last through Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2020. Students and staff members will return on Thursday, Oct. 1, 2020. Instruction will occur as it did during the remote learning period at the beginning of the school year before non-HVA students returned to in-person learning. Families who may have any questions are invited to contact their student’s teacher and principal.

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Liz Potter

My name is Liz Potter. I am very excited to be the full-time Reading Coach at AAA ! The AAA school atmosphere is very special, and I am thrilled that the arts are emphasized. I have been a teacher for 38 years. I have taught elementary, middle school, and high school students. Because I like helping students and teachers, I decided to fill a different role at AAA. My husband and I have three children who grew up in Huntsville and three beautiful granddaughters. My hobbies are reading, playing the clarinet, and playing with my grandchildren.
M.A. Elementary Education (University of Alabama)
B.S. Music Education (University of Alabama)
ALSDE Class A in Elementary Education Grades 1-6
ALSDE Class B in Instrumental Music Grades 7-12
ALSDE Class B in General Music Grades 1-12
(256) 428-7600, Ext 0225
4th Grade Teacher at Farley Elementary School for 22 years
Band Director for 9 years at Stone Middle School, Jackson County Schools, and Scottsboro City Schools
5th and 6th Grade teacher and Elementary School Teacher for 7 years in South Pittsburg, Tennessee