English Learners (EL)

Etowah County Board of Education provides assistance regarding the education of English Learners to schools, teachers, parents, and the community. This website provides a variety of resources that help meet this need.


Etowah County Schools English Learners.docx

Several schools in our district have teachers that have earned advanced degrees in Teaching English to Speakers of other Languages from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.  

Carlisle Elementary 
Melissa Dunn - Masters
Lisa Farrell – Masters
Matthew Hubbard – Masters
Misty Ledbetter – Masters
Amber Young – Masters

Duck Springs Elementary
Christa Hill – Masters, Ed. S.
Krystin Gentry – Masters
Margaret Sholar – Masters

Gaston Elementary
Kimberly Wyckoff – Masters
Melissa Beaird – Masters

Gaston High School
Jennifer Knighten – Masters

Glencoe Elementary
Lyndsey Aulsbrook – Masters
Cindy Roberston – Masters
Amanda Fordham – Masters
Rachel Chapman – Masters

Glencoe High School
Karen Cothran – Masters
James Stephens – Masters
Tommy Stanley - Masters

Hokes Bluff Elementary
Haley Simmons – Masters
Erica Skidmore – Masters

Hokes Bluff Middle 

Pam Stanley – Masters
Deana Jackson – Masters
Van  Edge – Masters
Lee Neal – Masters
Cassandra Dodd – Masters

Hokes Bluff High
Jake Ball - Masters

John Jones Elementary
Cindy Murray – Masters
Lynne Davis – Masters
Casey Underwood – Masters
LaDonna Downey – Masters
April Ford – Masters
Kirbie Bailey – Masters
Monica Irwin – Masters
Jamie Howard – Masters
Amanda Davenport – Masters
Laurie Smith – Ed. S.

Rainbow Middle School
Brett Bowers – Masters
Leaan Stewart - Masters

Sardis High School 
Jennifer Monroe – Masters
Delilah Darden – Masters
Natale Strickland – Masters

Sardis Middle School 
Emily Stone – Masters

West End Elementary 
Delita Clements – Masters
Kayla Carver – Masters

Whitesboro Elementary 
Carmen Bahena – Masters
Michelle Johnson – Masters
Megan Talton – Masters
Shannon Vervynckt – Maters
Kristen Glenn – Masters
Nikki Holland – Masters
Melissa Walker – Masters