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Amy Caldwell's Profile

Name:

Amy Caldwell

Teacher

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Contact Info:

Email:

amy.caldwell@ozarkhillbillies.org

Work Phone:

479-667-4116

Conference Times:

12:50-2:25

Class Room Number:

17

About Me

Educational History:

Ozark High School in 2000

University of Central Arkansas in 2004 (bachelor's degree)

Arkansas Tech University in 2007 (master's degree)

Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Science in Education (English) 

Master of Education (Library Media) 

Professional Development:

Pre-AP English 

Literacy Lab

Literacy Design Collaborative

Solution Tree Professional Learning Communities

Current Position:

I was born and raised in Ozark, Arkansas, and I have always been proud to be a Hillbilly. While I did not set out to return to my hometown to teach, I was thrilled to have the opportunity to do so when I graduated from the University of Central Arkansas with my bachelor's degree in 2004. 

This will be my twelfth year to teach in the Ozark School District. I started my journey here at Ozark Junior High where I taught ninth grade English for one year. I then moved to OHS to teach tenth and eleventh grade English, and this is where I have been for eleven years. 

This year I will teach English 11 and honors English 11.

Family Information:

I have been married to my husband, Clayton, for ten years. We have three children: Adeline, 7; Anajewel, (almost) 4; and Rhett, one year. Adeline will be in second grade at Elgin B. Milton Elementary this year.

We have one overly enthusiastic dog, Glory, whom I dearly love and usually despise all at the same time. We also have two horses, Samson and Jubilee, and one mule, Lightning. We are not necessarily horse/mule people, but my husband and children are determined to tackle the task of taming and training these stubborn and ornery animals, and I find myself being amused at their efforts. Our latest acquisition in the animal world is six chickens. I know nothing about them because my husband and children do all of the farming, but the plan is for the feathered friends to produce eggs at some point, and I can at least scramble those!

Personal Information:

I would love to say that I have many hobbies, but raising a family of three children seems to take all of my spare time! However, I do enjoy reading when I have the opportunity to sit down. 

When I am not teaching, I am spending valuable time with my family, usually at home or at church. 

Amy Caldwell

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Contact Amy Caldwell

Classroom Number:
17
School Phone:
479-667-4116
Conference Time:
12:50-2:25