My name is Jessica Webb and I am a kindergarten teacher at CES. I was raised in Ypsilanti, Michigan (Go Blue!) I have a huge family that means the world to me. I graduated from Calvary Christian Academy in 1991. In 1993 I married my husband, Scott, and we moved to Cleveland so that he could attend Lee College.
Scott and I have two children, Megan and Tyler. We attend Mt. Olive Ministries. While our kids were small, I began working for Bradley County Schools. I also started taking college courses part time. In 2006, I finally graduated from Lee University.
I have been at Charleston since 1999, and I have worn many hats. I have been a Title I, Special Education, Speech/Language, and Kindergarten assistant. I have also taught second grade, third grade, and kindergarten. It was worth the struggle to get here. I have served as an officer with the P.T.O. for several years when my kids were young.
I have very strong beliefs about CESA. As a mom, I could not be more pleased with the education that my kids received here. They were both exposed to high quality instruction and extra curricular activities. I know their time at CESA helped them to be successful throughout their time at OMS, WVHS, Lee University, and now in their careers. As a teacher, I am continually impressed with our school and faculty. My husband and I have dedicated many years to the students of Bradley County Schools because we believe in the vision of the system.