Mrs. Amy Lack

Phone: 2567762874

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Google Certified Educator Capella University: M.S. Ed. in P-12 Reading and Literacy Athens State University: B.S. Ed. English Language Arts Northeast Alabama Community College: A.S. in Secondary Education

Mrs. Amy Lack

Creating 21st Century Citizens
Creating. Collaborating. Communicating. Critical Thinking.

Experience
2011- Present:  Woodville High School- English Language Arts, Senior Class Co-Sponsor, Webmaster

2005 - 2011:  Woodville High School - Reading Coach

1998 - 2005: Woodville High School - English teacher 7-12 (taught 7th - 11th English, Level II Language!, Speech, Writing, & Journalism); Yearbook Sponsor

Education Projects

Received Grant for Just One More Page Classroom Library Project

Received Grants for Kindling a Love of Reading Classroom Project

Received Grants for Polishing 21st Century Skills with Chromebooks Project

Received Grant for Adventures are the Best way to Learn Project

Received a Teach Grant to complete a Masters Degree in Reading and Literacy

Team Member of JSU's i3 Validating the Collaborative Regional Education Model: Technology in Rural High Schools Grant

PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs Team Red 

Co-sponsored an Alabama Institute for Education in the Arts grant (Restore the Roar and Rhythm Project) to start a high school band. 

Other Professional Experience

August 2019: Presented at Jackson/Dekalb County Joint EdCamp (Abracadabra! Grading Writing with Magic!)

June 2019 GenCyber Teacher Camp at UAH

May 2019: Alabama Learning Exchange (ALEX) Resource Development Summit

April 2019: Presented at EdCamp Florence (Google Classroom)

June 2018: Presented at Madison County EdCamp 2018 (Empowering Students Through Innovative Opportunities)

January 2018: Presented at Jackson County EdCamp (Google Forms for All)

2008-2014:  Woodville Pre-K On-Site Director/Parental Involvement Coordinator

2007- 2009:  Impact Learning Center's Pre-K Partner Advisory Board Member 

2001 - 2005:  President of Friends of the Library - Woodville Public Library

Summer 2001: Taught At-Risk 7th - 8th grade students Reading, English, and Math in Summer School at EPCOT 

1997 - 1998: North Alabama Center for Educational Excellence - Educational Talent Search Education Specialist

Honors and Awards

Elected to Who's Who Among American High School Teachers

Elected to National Honor Society's Outstanding American Teachers

American Legion Teacher of the Year (Scottsboro/Jackson County)

Other Duties

School Webmaster

Senior Class Co-Sponsor

Connect School Team Leader (7-12)

Wellness Committee

ACIP School Leadership Team