LINKSName: Mrs. Tracie Joiner, Ed.SPhone: (417) 256-6150 ext. 6206E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgBest Time to Reach Me: Any time via email
I am excited to be teaching Freshmen English I and Honors English I this year! This will be my 24th year as an educator, and I am excited to work with our high school students during their first year at West Plains High School.
My family has lived in West Plains for 29 years, and we are proud to live in such a great community. I have two amazing adult daughters, Stephanie and Andrea, and a busy middle school son, Dagan. I also have my first grandson, Carson, making me smile with every milestone a toddler experiences. I graduated from Poplar Bluff High School in Poplar Bluff, Missouri. I have always loved working with teenagers, and I am honored to work with such wonderful teachers and staff members in our building.
I have worked with students at every grade level throughout my career in education. I have taught courses in communication arts, social studies, reading, computer technology, and research skills. Through my experiences as a teacher, I have learned that students truly love learning. I am excited every day to be a part of the West Plains School District!
Mrs. Tracie Joiner
High School English DepartmentWest Plains Public SchoolsMY SCHEDULE2019-20
1ST HOUR ENGLISH I 2ND HOUR PLANNING/PREP 3RD HOUR HONORS ENGLISH I 4TH HOUR ENGLISH I 5TH HOUR
6TH HOUR HONORS ENGLISH I 7TH HOUR ZIZZERETTE NEWSPAPER 8TH HOUR RTI BiographyBorn: Flint, MichiganUndergraduate Study: Southwest Baptist UniversityGraduate Study: Southwest Baptist University,William Woods University,Arkansas State University,Lindenwood UniversityYear(s) @ West Plains Public Schools: 14Co-curricular ActivitiesFavorite Quotes"To every man there comes in his lifetime that special moment when he is figuratively tapped on the shoulder and offered the chance to do a very special thing, unique to him and fitted to his talents. What a tragedy if that moment finds him unprepared or unqualified for the work which could be his finest hour."- Winston Churchill