Teacher of the Year


                        Jammie Phillips

 Mrs. Jammie Phillips  was born in Jacksonville, FL  and began playing the Flute in 7th grade at Ribault Middle School. Playing the Flute was natural to her, as she began to master the instrument by grade 9.  In high school, her family moved to Clayton County where she was a student at Forest Park High School and played in the grade VI band conducted by Michael Eddy.  She graduated from McNair High School in Dekalb County where she was under the direction of Mr. Barrett Alexander, and received a full scholarship to Bethune-Cookman College in Daytona Beach, FL, where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music Education.  Her first teaching experience was at Northcutt Elementary under Dr. Cynthia James. While teaching at Northcutt Elementary, she graduated with a  Master of Science in Teacher Leadership and Educational Specialist in Administrator Leadership from Walden University.  Mrs. Phillips is a member of Georgia Music Educators Association where she serves as District VI secretary, Kappa Delta Pi Education Honor Society, Sigma Alpha Iota International Music Fraternity where she serves as a member of the National Officers Conference as Province Officer for Tau A Province which includes Colleges & Universities in North Georgia, and Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Incorporated.  Mrs. Phillips is a member of the Dulcet Flute Trio where she performs regularly as a professional Flautist. She is married to Mr. Doron Phillips whom is also a Band Director in Clayton County at Forest Park High School.  The Wolfpack Band under the direction of Mrs. Phillips has received a "Superior" rating  for the last three years at band festivals throughout Georgia.  The band has traveled to Mid-fest Band festival as participants, Southern Star Band festivals at Six Flags over Georgia and to Orlando, FL to Walt Disney World.


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