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Emily Clevenger is a fourth grade teacher at Ezell Haring Christian School in Antioch.
Kim DeVault teaches second grade at Roy Waldron School in La Vergne and students love the fun activities she uses to help them learn.
Jennifer Shockley is a second grade teacher at Hickory Creek Elementary in McMinnville.
Students say they appreciate how Jamie Bedingfield simplifies concepts so they understand.
Courtney Brown’s creative teaching methods help students remember details and it makes them love learning.
Students say Jessica Crafton makes challenging lessons interesting and explains concepts in detail so everyone comprehends.
Cheryl Resha has been a first grade teacher for 31 years at Goodlettsville Elementary School in Davidson County.
Twists on games like Capture the Chicken teach students coordination, strategy and team building skills.
Christina Boyce tailors lessons so all students understand and that’s why students say they’ll be well-prepared for fourth grade.
Students love her real life lessons about plants, animals, or how topography plays a role on where water lies.
Dusty Covington teaches fourth grade at Centerville Intermediate School in Hickman County.
Jill Kennamer encourages, challenges and demonstrates to students they can accomplish goals!
Crystal Hicks teaches first grade at Robert Churchwell Museum Magnet Elementary in Nashville.
Melanie Yow teaches sixth grade language arts as well as seventh and eighth grade social studies at Winfree Bryand Middle School in Lebanon,…
Ariel Timmons uses music and hands on experiments to teach fourth grade science and math at Norman Smith Elementary in Clarksville, Montgome…
Deanna Mealio is a first grade teacher at Kingston Springs.
Caroline Montgomery is an English-language arts second grade teacher at East End Preparatory School in Nashville.
J.D. Taylor is the automotive/collision repair instructor at Franklin County High School in Winchester, Franklin County.
Heather Tucker teaches third grade at New Union Elementary in Manchester, Coffee County.