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.
Kelly Langdon was born in Nashville and raised in Hendersonville, TN. She attended Belmont University and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Religion in 1991 and a Master of Arts in Special Education with the certification to teach in 2012. Previously, Mrs. Langdon was an Exceptional Education Teacher at Julia Green, a position in which she enjoyed helping students with exceptional needs to be successful in all areas. Last year she transitioned into her new position as a third grade teacher. In addition to her teaching responsibilities, Mrs. Langdon also works alongside a parent volunteer to create and edit the Julia Green yearbook. When Mrs. Langdon is not at school, she enjoys spending time with friends and family, scrapbooking, shopping, and going to sporting events.
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.
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. Woodridge enjoys spending time at the lake with her family and friends. She also loves to travel.