Millie Lentz has lived in Nashville, Tennessee since 2002. She earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree of Instructional Practice grades K-6th from Lipscomb University. She has an English Language Learner Endorsement and a Technology Integration Certificate completing a master’s degree plus 30 hours. Mrs. Lentz has worked in Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools since 2014. Mrs. Lentz believes that all students are unique individuals and that all students can learn! Outside of school, she enjoys exercising, playing tennis, organizing, and spending time with her husband, daughter, family, and friends.
Deann Wooldridge was born and raised in Nashville and attended Metro schools herself. She has a Bachelor of Science in Education from the University of Memphis and a Masters in Literacy for the University of Tennessee. She was recently awarded the Ayers Fellowship from Lipscomb University to pursue an Ed.S. in Educational Leadership. When she’s not at school, Mrs. Wooldridge enjoys spending time at the lake with her family and friends. She also loves to travel.
Jordan Haley was born and raised just north of Nashville in Cross Plains, TN. She attended the University of Tennessee Knoxville (Go Vols!) where she received her bachelor's and master's degrees in Early Childhood Education with a focus on Pre K-3rd grade. After graduation, she returned to the Middle Tennessee area and has taught Kindergarten in MNPS for the past 3 years. Mrs. Haley is so excited to be teaching first grade this year and to get to know all of the amazing teachers, families, and students of Julia Green. She believes that forming relationships with each child is the basis of helping students learn and that without the foundation of a respectful classroom culture it is hard for true intentional learning to take place. Her goal is to encourage the students to become eager lifelong learners as well as respectful members of society. When Mrs. Haley is not in the classroom she loves traveling, hiking, cooking, trying out fun new restaurants with friends, cheering on the Vols, and spending time with her husband and pup!
Sierra Campbell was born in Nashville and grew up outside Franklin in Thompson Station, Tennessee. She graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Elementary Education from East Tennessee State University, and has a Masters of Science in Elementary Education and Reading Specialist certification from the University of Tennessee. Ms. Campbell started her career teaching kindergarten and fifth grade with Knox County Schools and is excited to be back home in Nashville close to family! In her free time she enjoys cheering on the Vols and the Titans, taking pictures, exercising, and playing with her dog Henry.
Mrs. Davis is excited to be joining the 1st grade team at JG! She moved to Nashville from Raleigh, NC in 2021, and this will be her 6th year teaching. She earned both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Elementary Education from East Carolina University. Mrs. Davis taught 4th grade for 3 years in North Carolina and a half of year of K-4 STEM Education before joining the Julia Green faculty in March 2022. She believes creating authentic experiences for students allows them to make real world connections while being immersed in the learning process. Outside of school, she loves spending time with her family & friends. She also enjoys reading, trying new restaurants, and cheering for the ECU Pirates!