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Mrs.  Staci  R  Inscore
Special Education CDC
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Special Education

Education

I graduated with honors from East Tennessee State University in 2011 earning a Bachelor's Degree in Special Education.  Going back to school was one of the best decisions that I've made in my life.  I continue to participate in professional development throughout the school year and during the summer months in order to stay educated in the latest research-based educational interventions and new concepts.



Experience

Mosheim School:  August 2013 to current

 

CDMS:  August 2011 - August 2013

 

ETSU Student Teaching:  January 2011 - May 2011

 

ETSU Student Practicums:  August 2009 - December 2010

 

DeBusk School Special Education Assistant:  2004-2007



Bio

 Hello! Thank you for visiting my web page! I want to share with you who I am. I am happily married to my husband of 22 years and we have one son, Ethan, who will be 16 soon. We live a very active lifestyle, as many do these days. We are very involved in our church, Greeneville First Church of God. My husband and I work with the youth, sing in the choir, and lead small group studies. When we aren't busy at church, you will find us at Ethan's many school activities, a movie theatre or two, or simply spending time with our families. Some of my favorite hobbies are reading, singing, cooking, and spending time outdoors surrounded by the beauty of nature.

Although this is my 11th year working in Greene County Schools, this is my seventh year as a Special Educator. I am celebrating my fourth year at the best school in Greene County- MOSHEIM! I teach special education in the Comprehensive Development Classroom. I provide direct services for students who need intense intervention in reading, math, and life skills. I am always willing to assist teachers with modifications, accommodations, and differentiation in order to help ensure that each student experiences success. I truly believe that reading, however, is the most important skill a child needs to master in order to be successful across the curriculum and in the real world. Respectively, reading and math are just like a sport; the more you practice, the better you become.