Scott Tolentino - Lead Science Teacher

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"I completed my undergraduate studies at Pensacola Christian College with a Bachelor’s of science in science education in 2001. During the fall of 2017 I completed my master’s work at Liberty University with a Master of Education in Teaching and Learning. I have been teaching science for 14 years, and have experience in coaching a variety of sports (soccer, basketball, golf and volleyball). My mom taught in the educational field for over 35 years and I experience great joy when any student achieves a level of success they believed to be unattainable. My dad is retired military.
As a result, I have been blessed with the opportunity to travel to other
countries and experience other cultures."


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Anna Kruger - Lead Math Teacher

"I graduated from Piedmont International University and High Point University with a degree in Elementary Education. I taught in the public school system for 3 years before resigning to stay at home with my newborn son. My passion for children started when I was 12 years old. Growing up, I was very active in my church’s children’s program, and I was a nanny throughout high school and college. This passion continued overseas when I was able to be a nanny in China for a summer in 2010. I enjoy reading, skating, spending time with family, and watching my husband coach basketball."

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Hanna Stanley - Lead English Teacher

Hanna Stanley is a North Carolina licensed elementary educator. She received a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of North Carolina Greensboro in the area of Elementary Education and later earned a Master of Science degree from Gardner-Webb University in the field of Curriculum and Instruction. She has training in Orton-Gillingham dyslexia therapy. Her teaching experience is in third and sixth grade, and she currently teaches Kindergarten at Calvary Day School in Winston Salem. She is happily married and is the mother of three precious children.



Kami Williams - Assistant English Teacher

Kami Williams has played the piano for over 25 years. She has earned a B.S. in Music Education from Piedmont Baptist College and a B.S. in Elementary Education from Lees-McRae College. She is in her tenth year of teaching with experience in music and in the elementary classroom. She has been a published writer for five years.  She wants to use her gifts to be help people be who God made them to be. Her favorite adventure is trying a new recipe, and she thinks that being an aunt is one of the best things on earth.



Jenna Carey - Assistant Math Teacher

I am currently a junior at Piedmont International University studying Christian Ministry with minors in Missions and Bible. I am pursuing my Masters in Divinity through an accelerated program at Piedmont as well. I have a desire to use education, particularly teaching English, on the mission field. I’ve taught ESL in the United States and Thailand, and have always had a heart for children. I am excited to have the opportunity to impact young people through education.

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Rebecca Walters - Assistant Science Teacher

My name is Rebecca Walters, and I am a sophomore at Piedmont International University. I am majoring in Elementary Education, and am very excited about the opportunity to get some classroom experience over the next few months.

I am an on-campus tutor in the Student Success Center at Piedmont International University, which helps students prepare for exams and work on assignments. I look forward to helping students explore the world around them through science and seeing how they can make the world a better place!

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Kendrick Trogdon - PE Coordinator

My name is Kendrick Trogdon.  I am a fun loving energetic kind of guy.  I currently help Shannon Hills Bible chapel in Greensboro, NC with a children’s group called Mountain movers.  I’m in charge of games there and it is a blast.  I am looking forward to working with these kids because I just love working with kids.  I love to play games and have fun and I think it will open a door for me to pour into these kids by building relationships with them through games or whatever we do.