Hello! My name is Gregory McCord and I will be your child(ren)’s Art, Technology, and Music teacher for this school year! I would like to start by introducing myself.
I am originally from Nashville, TN and currently live in Scottsville, KY (just over the TN-KY stateline). I graduated from Western Kentucky University in 2008 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music and again in 2011 with a Bachelor of Music Education degree in Vocal Music. I have previously taught Choir and General Music in Kentucky and look forward to continuing teaching the Arts here at St. John Vianney. I have been happily married for 6 years and have 2 children, Taina age 13 and Austin age 7, and 4 dogs.
Again, I look forward to meeting everyone and having a fun filled year!
There have been a few questions from parents about the best place to purchase the fabric expanding file. After looking at a few stores I have found Walmart (in store) has the best quality expanding file. As an added bonus these were also the cheapest! Don’t hesitate to email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions!
Please help us to secure amazing auction items for the upcoming
Dinner & Auction
September 26, 2015
Are you able to donate these items?
Do you have contacts that you could approach for auction items?
Examples of items needed:
College sporting events & memorabilia
Professional sporting events & memorabilia
Home & garden furniture, and décor
Lawn & landscaping services
Outdoor life: barbecue, outdoor kitchens
Artwork & photography
Outdoor recreation/camping supplies
Golfing or Spa Packages
Concerts, ballet, theatre tickets
Gift cards of any kind
Coaching or personal training
Shadow Days – shadow a doctor, nurse, lawyer, etc.
Electronics: iPods, notebooks, laptops
Cooking, art, dance, or language classes
If you are able to help, please contact Becky Dempsey at email@example.com or Margarett Kernell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hopefully summertime boredom has not set in already, but if it has, Mrs. McCormick has just the thing to help our students get excited about summer reading!
Using the free online program Book Adventure (www.bookadventure.com), students can set up an account, find books that meet their reading level and interests, take quizzes, and earn prizes.
Read all about how to get started here: Mrs McCormick’s Optional Reading Incentive Program 2015