Speight Overman (Math and Science)
Mr. Overman has a BS in mechanical engineering from NC State University, plus advanced degrees in mechanical engineering and business administration. He has worked for GE, been a corporate business and marketing consultant and small business owner before becoming a high school math and physics teacher. His latest position before entering semi-retirement was Head of Mathematics at Silverdale Baptist Academy. Mr. Overman lives on Signal Mountain with his wife, Trudee, and attends Signal Mountain Bible Church. https://sites.google.com/view/mr-o-math-cage/home
Pam Fields (History)
Mrs. Fields holds a B.S. in Elementary Education and an M.S. in Curriculum and Instruction, with certifications in both Special Education and Reading. She has 40+ years’ experience as a teacher and educational diagnostician, including 10 years of homeschooling her 2 daughters. Mrs. Fields chairs the Social Studies department at Hilger Higher Learning and teaches all of the High School Social Studies and History classes. She also is the Lead Teacher/Faculty Director for Signal Mountain Christian Cooperative, where she teaches History, Bible, Latin, and Study Skills for this group of middle school students. Additionally, Mrs. Fields continues her part-time private practice as an Educational Diagnostician and Intervention Specialist. Mrs. Fields and her husband, Jim, are actively involved in their home church, Signal Mountain Presbyterian.
Leslie Wilson (Math)
Leslie Wilson, a veteran educator, was born and raised in Bessemer, Alabama. She earned a B.S. in Ed. from Samford University and a M.A. in Sp. Ed/Gifted & Talented from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Her forty-year career in Alabama and Tennessee public education included regular and gifted education classes in three school districts and fourteen different schools, teaching students in grades two through twelve. It concluded at Signal Mountain Middle High School, where she launched and coordinated the Learning Center. Leslie is now self-employed as a private tutor for students in elementary, middle, and high school. She lives on Signal Mountain and attends Mountain Fellowship PCA Church.
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