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Betsy  Phillips
Language Arts
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Subjects Taught
English 3, English 4, English Literature 3, English Literature 4

Education
  • B.A. from MTSU (major in English, minors in French and Education)
  • M. Ed. from MTSU (major in Educational Leadership -- Administration and Supervision)
  • M.A. from SNHU (major in English/Creative Writing)

 



Experience
  • 2002-2005 Harris Middle School in Bedford County
  • 2005-2006 Shelbyville Central Central High School in Bedford County
  • 2001-2006 Assistant Band Director/Color Guard Instructor in Bedford County 
  • 2006-present Coffee County Central High School in Coffee County
  • 2016 Adjunct Faculty for Bethel
  • 2016 Adjunct Faculty for Motlow


Bio

Betsy Phillips teaches Dual Enrollment English 3 and 4 (through Bethel) and English 3 at Coffee County Central High School where she taught since 2006.  She has a Master's in Educational Leadership from MTSU and a Master's in English/Creative Writing from SNHU.  She has also minored in French and music and has played several different instruments with flute as her primary.  She has also created and produced color guard routines for SCHS in Shelbyville, TN.  

Mrs. Phillips enjoys the theater and performs quite regularly on stage at CCCHS and in the past at South Jackson Civic Center.  You may have seen her in Footloose, Grease, and Arsenic and Old Lace at CCCHS or in The Miracle Worker and My Fair Lady at South Jackson Civic Center.  You may have even heard her perform her flute in the orchestra of "Nunsense" and Fiddler on the Roof.  She still performs flute or voice pieces for weddings, funerals, and other events

Mrs. Phillips has been married to Phillip Phillips II (not the American Idol winner) since 2002.  They have two daughters whose birthdays are twenty-four hours apart (April 22, 2008, and April 23, 2010).  She spends the majority of her time with her family participating in various activities -- such as cooking/baking, community events, softball, Lannom Library reading programs, and church activities.  

Mrs. Phillips also teaches at Motlow as an adjunct faculty member and pursues her passion to write in her spare time.  She is in the process of publishing her first novel and already has edited a published Christian devotional written by Andrae Crismon.