JENNIE S. STEPHENS
Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah
B.S., Elementary Education, 1997
Monmouth Elementary School Monmouth, Oregon
Teacher January 1998-June 1998
First grade. Broad spectrum of students. Four with ADHD, one with Autism, six bilingual (Spanish as their first language).
Bud To Blossom Preschool Salem, Oregon
Teacher September 1998-December 1998
Preschool, ages 3-5. Emphasis on creative writing and art expressionism.
Salem/Keizer School District Salem, Oregon
First grade. Ten of my students were bilingual (Spanish as their first language).
Rah Gymnastics Centerville, Utah
Teacher January-May 2013
Ages 3-6. Fundamentals of tumbling.
Stephens Tumbling Centerville, Utah
Teacher June 25-current
Ages 6-7. Fundamentals of tumbling
Ages 16-18. Private lessons.
Davis School District
Elementary School Librarian January-May 2013
Volunteer teacher, Dallas, Texas. Taught English to Russian, Spanish, and Indian speaking children. June-August 1992.
Volunteer for the LDS Young Women Organization. Provide character building activities for girls ages 12-17. September 1997-May 2002 and April 2013 – present.
Involved with the Chronic Fatigue Immune Dysfunction Syndrome Organization, helping to raise awareness and promote a cure.
Mother of two children
Author of Eyes of the Unknown, Eyes of the Searchers, Eyes of the Others, Soul Sisters and Honored.
Avid reader of YA fiction, classics, children’s literature, and American and World history.
Girl Scout troop leader for the Daisies (age 6).
Volunteer reading teacher and math assistant for Tolman Elementary.
Enjoy hiking, competing in 10K and half-marathons for running, writing, and diy projects.