Meet the Instructional Support Teachers
'ITSLEARNING' School Phone: (770) 888-7511 Smith, Jackie EIP Grades 1-5Jackie Smith has taught at Sharon Elementary since it opened in 2003. She taught 2nd grade for a few years after opening the school and is now the EIP teacher. She graduated from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania in 1992. After graduating, Jackie and her husband moved to Georgia and she taught 1st and 2nd grade in Gwinnett County for several years. She went on to get her Master’s Degree from Mercer University.Jackie loves reading, eating out and going on vacation. She lives in Suwanee with her husband and two children, Alexis and Nathan. 121019 firstname.lastname@example.org White, Jamie ESOL My name is Jamie White. I live in Suwanee with my husband, Jim and our three daughters Megan (22), Avery (19) and Ellie (13). I am a graduate of Georgia State University where I earned my BS in Early Childhood Education. I received my Master’s degree in Early Childhood from Piedmont College and my Educational Specialist degree (Ed. S.) from Nova Southeastern University in Leadership, Curriculum and Instruction. I was trained in Reading Recovery in 2000 and have a Reading Endorsement, ESOL Endorsement and Gifted Endorsement. I have taught Kindergarten, 1st grade, EIP Reading, ESOL and been a Literacy Coach (K-5) over the past 24 years. I am thrilled to be a Forsyth County employee and feel very blessed to be a part of the Sharon Elementary staff. In my free time, I enjoy reading, exercising, and spending time with family and friends! I’m looking forward to another wonderful year! 121027 email@example.com Wutz, Jessica Instructional Coach
Mrs. Wutz is a National Board Certified Teacher of Language Arts (K-12) with a Master’s in Reading and an original focus on Early Childhood Education. She comes from a laboratory school back in Normal, Illinois, on the campus of Illinois State University. She has taught preschool through college-aged learners using the effectiveness of a reading/writing workshop. In all of her teaching experiences, she uses the power of mentor writers and well-written literature to learn about the world around us.
Mrs. Wutz has only been in Georgia for three years – making the move south with Mr. Wutz to follow their passions – the sun, warmer weather, and the outdoors. She enjoys outdoor concerts, hiking, boating, bicycling, swimming, stand up paddle boarding and most recently…FootGolf! And, of course, a day when she can enjoy a good book or time spent writing becomes a good one. Murphy Brown, her yellow lab, is the other important member of her family.