12-04-20 Updates Regarding Cybersecurity Threat

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Tenó Sigmon

I was born and raised in Houston, Texas but moved to the Huntsville area five years ago. I have always had a connection to Alabama as my mother was from Birmingham, and I spent many childhood summers visiting family in Alabama. When I am not at work, I enjoy traveling, spending time with friends and family, reading a good book, studying the Bible, and watching a film or binge-worthy show. I also enjoy walking and swimming. I have two sons: a sophomore at UAB studying Biomedical Sciences and a high school senior studying music at Interlochen Arts Academy in Michigan. I absolutely love teaching because it is fun and exciting, and I enjoy getting to know my students. I work hard to create interesting lessons that stretch and grow my students, and I expect them to work hard as well. While I truly enjoy classroom interaction, I look forward to getting to know all of my students online until we can meet in person.
M.Ed. Educational Administration (Grand Canyon University)
B.A. Spanish (Texas Southern University)
ALSDE Class B ELAR 6-12 Certificate
ALSDE Class A Principal Certificate
Texas State Board of Education Certification for ELAR 8 – 12
Texas State Board of Education Certification for ESL 8 – 12
Texas State Board of Education Principal Certification
I have been in education for 20 years and have served in the following roles throughout my career:
Dean of Instruction
ESL Coordinator/Literacy Specialist