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Faculty and Staff

Faculty and Staff

Administrative Staff

Headmaster

Headmaster

M.Ed. in Educational Leadership, Covenant College. M.A. in Christian Leadership, Fuller Seminary. B.S. in Industrial Relations, U.N.C. – Chapel Hill.

Educational Administration Certificate, ACSI.

Why I feel called to lead and serve Redeemer School:

I love the community atmosphere and missional purpose of Redeemer School. Seeing our students grow and mature through 8th grade and beyond excites me as I think about the ways God is and will use them to accomplish His purposes in the world!

3 things I love most about the students at Redeemer School:

life-long learning. enthusiasm for life. caring friendships.

At Redeemer School, we nurture students in their relationship with Jesus Christ through… immersing them in God’s living and active word and leading them to worship God through creative learning opportunities.

Director of Curriculum

Director of Curriculum & Instruction

M.Ed. in Language and Literacy, Salem College. B.A. in Elementary Education, Wake Forest University.

Certificates in K-6 Education and K-12 Reading, State of North Carolina.

Why I feel called to lead and serve at Redeemer School:

It was Providential that our next-door neighbor was a teacher at Redeemer. We knew that Redeemer was the place I was supposed to teach and our boys were to attend!

3 things I love most about working with the students at Redeemer School:

blessing. knowing. relating.

At Redeemer School, we nurture students in their relationship with Jesus Christ through… knowing and being known.

Director of Communications
Director of Communications (over Admissions, Marketing, Internal Communications, and Technology)
 
Ed.S. Degree in Educational Leadership, Webster University. M.S.W. and B.S.W. Degrees, Stephen F. Austin State University.
 
Why I feel called to lead and serve at Redeemer School:
 
Having helped to found and lead another Charlotte Mason school in St. Louis, MO, my family and I are thrilled that the Lord has led us to Winston-Salem and to Redeemer School! We love the Charlotte Mason educational philosophy and teaching approach and feel so blessed for our own children to be at Redeemer.
 
3 things I love most about working with the students at Redeemer School:
 
wit. connection. inspiration.
 
At Redeemer School, we nurture students in their relationship with Jesus Christ through… delighting in His word, delighting in each other, and delighting in the world He created and rules over – a world of mathematics, of nature, of science… a world of ideas, of Shakespeare, of poetry… and a world where the past informs and educates, the present shapes us and yet is malleable, and the future holds abundant possibilities.
MS Lead Teacher

Middle School Lead Teacher & Athletics Director.  7th Grade Homeroom Teacher. 8th Grade LA / History / Bible Teacher.

M.Ed., Wake Forest University. B.A. in English / Minor in History, Wake Forest University.

Certificate in 6th – 12th English, State of North Carolina.

Why I feel called to teach at Redeemer School:
 
I am thankful to work in a community with other children of the Covenant – seeking to live the truth of the gospel as we learn, play, grow, and risk for the sake of God’s Kingdom.
 
3 things I love most working with the students I teach at Redeemer School:
 
learning to compassionately. engage the world. with faith like children.
 
At Redeemer School, we nurture students in their relationship with Jesus Christ through… a Covenant community that confirms every child’s identity as an image bearer and challenges them to grow mentally, physically, and socially.
Administrative Assistant

Administrative Assistant

Bookkeeper

Bookkeeper

BA Human Resources Management Marietta College
Why I feel called to serve at Redeemer School:
In 2002 I felt called to part-time work as my youngest began kindergarten at Redeemer School. Thankfully, Redeemer need a bookkeeper and I was blessed to be able to work where my 2 sons went to school! Now that my sons are grown, I continue to feel blessed by working with the Redeemer School community.
3 things I love most working with the students at Redeemer School:
smiles. conversation. encouragement.
At Redeemer School, we nurture students in their relationship with Jesus Christ through…listening to them, assuring they feel valued, and encouraging them in their walk.
Receptionist

Receptionist

Bachelor’s of Science in Special Education, East Carolina University.
Why I feel called to serve at Redeemer School:
Those who really know me, know I LOVE Redeemer School. This is my 16th year around. First a parent, then the cheerleading coach, and now the school receptionist. REDEEMER is named right in my book!!!
3 things I love most working with the students at Redeemer School:
sharing. energizing. encouraging.
At Redeemer School, we nurture students in their relationship with Jesus Christ through…REAL LOVE!

 

TK & Elementary Faculty

5th Grade Teacher

5th Grade Teacher

Bachelor of Science in Education, Calvin College.
Certification in 6th – 9th Language Arts & Social Studies and K-6th Elementary Ed, State of North Carolina.
Why I feel called to teach at Redeemer School:
 
Teaching at Redeemer School is real teaching! God’s Word and Truths are integrated through all subjects. With our rich literature coupled with history and sprinkled with Charlotte Mason’s philosophies, our curriculum is a feast for any student.
3 things I love most working with the students I teach at Redeemer School:
 
conversation. enthusiasm. inquisitiveness.
 
At Redeemer School, we nurture students in their relationship with Jesus Christ through…every academic subject including picture, composer and nature studies.
5th Grade Teacher

5th Grade Teacher

Master’s in Teaching, Salem College. Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology, UNC-Chapel Hill.

Why I feel called to teach at Redeemer School:

Children are a treasure to be sought after, cared for and nurtured through their learning journey and this is exactly what happens at Redeemer School. To my delight, He placed me here not just to shepherd a significant portion of His flock, but to teach me every day about Himself…a gift indeed.

3 things I love most working with the students I teach at Redeemer School:

laughing, creating, becoming

At Redeemer School, we nurture students in their relationship with Jesus Christ through… creating a safe place to simply be who they are, all the while learning about who He is through every facet of our day to day experiences in the classroom.

4th Grade Assistant

4th Grade Assistant

4th Grade Teacher

4th Grade Teacher

Master’s of Arts in Education, Wake Forest University. Bachelor’s of Arts in Education, Lenoir Rhyne University. 
Certified in K – 4th Elementary Ed., State of North Carolina.

Why I feel called to teach at Redeemer School:

I want to help every child realize that they are loved by God just as they are. I want them to know that they are special and wonderful as God made them, and we will work together to help them reach their potential.

3 things I love most working with the students I teach at Redeemer School:

family atmosphere. curriculum. emphasis on the heart. 

At Redeemer School, we nurture students in their relationship with Jesus Christ through…teaching a Christian world view throughout the curriculum.

3rd Grade Teacher

3rd Grade Teacher

3rd Grade Teacher

3rd Grade Teacher

2nd Grade Assistant

2nd Grade Assistant

2nd Grade Teacher

2nd Grade Teacher

2nd Grade & MS Bible Teacher

2nd Grade Teacher

6th Grade Bible Teacher

1st Grade Assistant

1st Grade Assistant

1st Grade Assistant

1st Grade Assistant

1st Grade Teacher

1st Grade Teacher

1st Grade Teacher

1st Grade Teacher

Kindergarten Assistant

Kindergarten Assistant

Kindergarten Teacher

Kindergarten Teacher

Kindergarten Teacher

Kindergarten Teacher

TK Assistant

Transitional Kindergarten Assistant

TK Teacher

Transitional Kindergarten Teacher

 

Middle School Faculty

MS Spanish Teacher

6th – 8th Grades Spanish Teacher

MS Science Teacher

7th & 8th Grades Science Teacher

MS Math Teacher

6th – 8th Grades Math Teacher

MS Math Teacher

8th Grade Homeroom Teacher

6th – 8th Grades Math Teacher

MS LA/History/Science Teacher

6th Grade Homeroom & Science Teacher

6th & 7th Grades LA / History Teacher

 

MS Lead Teacher

Middle School Lead Teacher & Athletics Director.  7th Grade Homeroom Teacher. 8th Grade LA / History / Bible Teacher.

M.Ed., Wake Forest University. B.A. in English / Minor in History, Wake Forest University.

Certificate in 6th – 12th English, State of North Carolina.

Why I feel called to teach at Redeemer School:
 
I am thankful to work in a community with other children of the Covenant – seeking to live the truth of the gospel as we learn, play, grow, and risk for the sake of God’s Kingdom.
 
3 things I love most working with the students I teach at Redeemer School:
 
learning to compassionately. engage the world. with faith like children.
 
At Redeemer School, we nurture students in their relationship with Jesus Christ through… a Covenant community that confirms every child’s identity as an image bearer and challenges them to grow mentally, physically, and socially.

 

ROOTS Learning Resource Program Faculty

ROOTS Tutor

ROOTS Tutor

ROOTS Learning Resource Coordinator

ROOTS Learning Resource Coordinator

1st Grade Assistant

1st Grade Assistant

 

Special Subjects Faculty

PE & Health Teacher

3rd – 8th Grades Physical Education Teacher

MS Health Teacher

Art Teacher

K – 8th Grades Art & Charlotte Mason Studies Teacher

Music Teacher

K – 8th Grades Music Teacher

MS Spanish Teacher

6th – 8th Grades Spanish Teacher