BS, Middle School Education, University of Tennessee, Chattanooga
Hannah believes that when students create and interact, their educational experience deepens. “Fifth grade is a transitional time, and as a fifth-grade teacher, I want my students to feel safe and comfortable in my classroom. My expectations are high to prepare them for middle school, but my students rise to the occasion and know that I am cheering them on to success!”
Hannah’s experience is diverse. Prior to joining the St. Peter’s faculty in 2006, she taught for six years at the Children’s Center at University of Tennessee, Chattanooga. Hannah also taught dance for nine years at Baylor School. Hannah has a passion for education, and enjoys attending professional development opportunities to learn new ways to engage her students. She has attended three environmental education workshops on Sapelo Island, Georgia, and loves bringing back what she learns in the field to her students.
Hannah enjoys music and dance and is known to entertain friends and family by suddenly singing a favorite song. When she is not in the classroom, she is spending time with her husband, Evan, and their two children, both of whom are St. Peter’s students.