Third  Grade​

Chelsea Foust

Chelsea Foust was born in Nashville and raised in Dickson, Tennessee. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education from The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and a Master of Arts in Educational Leadership and Administration from Bethel University. She has taught in Dickson County Schools for six years and has experience in both first and third grade. Mrs. Foust is passionate about teaching and strongly believes in allowing students opportunities in the classroom to explore their interests, develop character, and discover their learning styles in order to become independent thinkers and life-long learners. Outside of the classroom, Mrs. Foust enjoys reading, exercising, traveling with her husband, and spending time with her friends, family, and two dogs, Paco and Major.

chelsea.foust@mnps.org

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Abbie Gregory

Abbie Gregory is a native from Nashville. She attended Belmont University where she received a Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing and later a Master of Arts in Teaching. While attending Belmont, she was a 4 year Division I collegiate athlete on the women's golf team. After school, she taught 2nd grade in Tennessee and then Charleston, South Carolina for a year. Ms. Gregory believes in building a classroom community that treats each other like family, and recognizes and capitalizes on each student’s individual strengths. Outside of school, Ms. Gregory loves spending quality time with her family and friends. She also enjoys running Nashville’s greenways, exploring local coffee shops, and traveling to learn about new cultures around the world.  


abigail.gregory@mnps.org   

Anna Tomlin

Anna Tomlin is excited to begin her second year teaching at Julia Green. Ms. Tomlin is originally from Kentucky and moved to Tennessee to get her Bachelor of Science at Middle Tennessee State University. Prior to coming to Julia Green, Ms. Tomlin was a Kindergarten Intern at Ensworth, and taught fourth grade at Glenview Elementary. Ms. Tomlin is currently in graduate school at Lipscomb University. Her goal is for each child to feel loved, safe, and confident each and every day. Ms. Tomlin is a true believer in the growth mindset and that every student is capable of achieving anything that they set their mind to. Outside of school, she loves exploring Nashville, going on vacation, exercising, and spending time with her family and dogs.

anna.tomlin@mnps.org 

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