Mrs. Megan Coffey

Phone: 828-754-6913

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education (K-6), 2006 - Appalachian State University

Mrs. Megan Coffey

  Welcome! This is my third year teaching 6th grade ELA & Social Studies at Collettsville School. I graduated from Appalachian State University in 2006 and have previously taught Kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd grade. I have truly enjoyed teaching middle school and creating a fun learning environment for my students!

  I live in the Collettsville community with my husband and three children. I enjoy reading, a wide variety of music, dancing, and spending time with family and friends. 

 

Mrs. Russell

Phone: (828) 754-6913

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Medical Assisting: Webster CollegeAssociate Degree: WPCCBachelor of Elementary Education: Lee's McRae Masters in Middle Grades Education: ASU

Mrs. Russell

WELCOME TO 6TH GRADE! My name is Cindi Russell and I am passionate about having a math and science class that is hands-on, fun, and full of technology based learning. I have been teaching at Collettsville for four years. This is my  sixteenth year teaching! 

I am originally a Florida native. I moved to North Carolina in 1996.  I have two active sons, Brody, that is in the 5th grade and Blake, he is in 3rd grade. They are  kind, smart, funny and my blessings in life! They like music, soccer, swimming, and any activity outside!

I remember so clearly the moment that the teaching bug bit me. I had an awesome 6th grade teacher at Hudson Elementary School that gave me the inspiration to want to pursue a career in education. Many years later,  I began my journey to being an educator at Western Piedmont and then Lees McRae and in 2002 I graduated with a degree in Elementary Education. After one year of teaching at Broughton Hospital (Enola School), I decided to go back to school to earn a master’s  degree in Middle Grade Mathematics. I have been in education for 14 years and my heart continues to fill with more and more love for my career choice as each year passes.