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Stephanie Taylor-Plummer

I was born Stephanie Danielle Taylor, on September 23rd. I am the only child of Arthur Taylor and Anita Taylor-Teamer, but I have two step-brothers named Justin and Jeremy. My educational journey began with Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools in Nashville, but my family later moved to Bartlett (Memphis) where I graduated from Bartlett High School. As a child, my mother said that I displayed a gift in music. In high school, I made All-West Honor Band and Choir, All-State Band and Choir, and was selected to attend the prestigious Governor's School for the Arts. Throughout my youth, l played multiple instruments. My music will always be a special part of me. My love for children also developed at an early age. My love for children was a huge factor in my selecting education as my field of study while in college (after many changes in major). In conclusion, I believe that every child can learn and it’s my duty find out how each child learn best.
Middle Tennessee State University Bachelor of Science degree in Interdisciplinary Studies in Middle School Education: Highly Qualified in Science
Western Governors University - Currently pursuing a Master of Education degree in Instructional Design
Class B, Middle School (078)
Grade Level: 4-8
English Language Arts (67A)
General Science (021)
General Social Science (022)
Generalist (0A3)
Mathematics (015)

(256) 428 7600
I have taught in a variety of elementary, middle school and high school positions in the past, both in Tennessee and Alabama. Most recently, I have taught 7th and 8th grade Language Arts, Science and Social Studies in Nashville, in both public and private school settings. This is my fourth year at the Academy. Last year, I taught both 7th and 8th Grade Science at the Academy for Academics, and look forward to a successful year teaching 8th Grade Science!