I attended East Tennessee State University, Roane State Community College and graduated from Tennessee Tech University in 2010 with a bachelor's degree in Elementary Education. I am highly qualified to teach any subject area (except art and/or music) in grades K-6.
I have completed two interim positions in Morgan County (pre-k and 5th grade Reading/Language Arts and Social Studies).
I, then, spent a couple of months at Emory Valley Early Learning Center in Oak Ridge as a lead preschool teacher until I was adopted into the Oliver Springs family as I began my career at Oliver Springs Elementary School as the math coach assistant for grades 5-8 in 2011.
I, then, made the move to DYLLIS SPRINGS ELEMENTARY for the 2012-2013 school year as a math assistant. At the end of the 2012-2013 school year I accepted a 4th grade interim position.
I taught 4th grade for one year. This will be my fourth year in 5th grade. I love math and I am thrilled and eager to learn and grow professionally with my students. I look forward to many years as an educator!
My name is Jessica Choate. I am a life-long Roane County resident. My husband, David, and I have four children Eyan is twelve years old and is in 7th grade. Hailey is ten years old and is in 5th grade at DSES. Gage is a very busy four year old. Our youngest, Kinsley, is nine months old.
I love spending time outdoors with my family at my daddy's cabin in the woods. I enjoy the simple things that life has to offer. I enjoy watching my children participate in sports (baseball is my very favorite)! I have coached a 10U boys' soccer team for 2 years. I also coach girls' volleyball in Kingston. You may also find me in the dugouts during baseball season, or running around football events as a Team Mom! This year I'm going to coach cheerleading in Kingston. I stay very busy and LOVE every minute. I embrace the fun times and am very close to my immediate family and we spend lots of time together.