MEGHAN B. MORRIS firstname.lastname@example.org
P. O. Box 522, Graceville, FL 32440 H-(850) -326-3226 C- 850-***-****
The Baptist College of Florida (Fall 2007-Fall 2011) graduated with a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Elementary Education (12/09/11), Dean’s List in Fall, 2009 and Spring, 2010, GPA 3.31
Home Life Academy (Fall 2003- Spring 2007) Graduated June 12, 2011
Grade Point Average 3.72
Future goal – Master’s Degree in Education
Oct. 2018- Present- 2nd Grade Teacher at Parker Elementary School – (850)- 767-4570
Feb. 2016- Oct. 2016 - Psychosocial Tech. at Florida Therapy- 850-***-****
Aug. 2013- June 2015- Pre-K Teacher at Graceville Elementary School- 850-***-****)
Aug. 2012- June 2013- K Teacher at Frank M. Golson Elementary School-
Sept. 2011-Aug. 2012- Party America- Supervisor-334-***-****)
Dec. 2011- Aug. 2012- The Jackson County School Board- Substitute - 850-***-****)
Aug. 2011-Dec. 2011- Internship at Graceville Elementary School – 850-***-****)
April 2010- Aug. 2012-The Paper Factory, Graceville, FL- Sales Associate
Fall 2008 – Spring 2011 – work study program The Baptist College of Florida at Graceville Elementary School – 850-***-****)
Nov. 2010 – Jan. 2011 – A-Plus Tutoring at Graceville Elementary School –
May 2008 – Aug. 2008 – The Baptist College of Florida Library – 850-***-****)
In addition to the work/roles reflected above, I:
Certified Early -3rd
Certified Elem K-6
Gained experience in fulfilling the role of librarian at Graceville Elementary School (2010-2011), helped with AR testing and reading skills.
Volunteered at Graceville Elementary School during senior year of high school (Aug. 06 – May 07). I assisted teachers in first, second, and third grades by helping children with reading, testing, etc. I also was a teacher’s aide during the month of May.
Assisted in setting up and programming computers at Slocomb Elementary School (May 2011).
I believe that all children are entitled to a good education, regardless of race, gender, culture, disability, or religious beliefs. A good education includes not only teaching the basics/ standards but also taking the time to teach material that is relevant/ interesting to the student’s lives. Also all children do not learn at the same pace, some are visual learners and some learn well by listening to instructions, while some students find it hard to sit still but can complete their work standing up. I believe that children learn by doing hands on activities that relate to their lives, my teaching would be tailored to fit each individual child’s needs.
Toni White- 2nd Grade Teacher at Graceville Elementary School- 850-***-****
Becky Dickson- Assistant Principal at Roulhac Middle School- 850-***-****
Michelle Williams- Kindergarten Teacher at Frank M. Golson Elementary- 850-***-****
Chris Works- Florida Therapy Case Manager -850-***-****
Ashlie Turnbull- 2nd Grade Teacher at Parker Elementary- 850-767- 4570
Jennifer Masslieno- 850-***-****
Christina Schneider- 623-***-****