Christina Stacey, MA
Christina Stacey has approximately 7 years classroom experience in various school settings. She has taught first, third, and fifth grades in Title I and non-Title I schools. While teaching, she was the Writing Chairperson for her school, worked on Curriculum Development Team for Language Arts in Mobile County, and has demonstrated lessons for members of the Alabama State Department of Education. Mrs. Stacey is now serving as an Assistant Principal at Fairhope Intermediate School in Baldwin County. She credits the various classroom experiences as a catalyst for her desire to serve in an administrator capacity. Christina earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education from The University of Alabama. She attained her Master of Education Degree in Elementary Education from The University of West Alabama. She acquired her Class A Certificate in Educational Leadership from the University of South Alabama. Mrs. Stacey feels the various experiences of students, the vast knowledge of teachers, and the eagerness of the parents combine to create a successful community in which our children’s needs are being met. Mrs. Stacey feels all of these variables are vital in creating a positive learning environment.