Tiffany Howell

Mrs. Tiffany Howell
Early Childhood Education, Intro coursework, Western Wisconsin Technical College, Tomah, Wisconsin.
Administration Credential: Administration/ Supervision, Northeast Technical College, Green Bay, Wisconsin
Contact

tiffany.howell@ucswi.org

About Mrs. Howell

Tiffany has been working in the ECE field since 2005, in the past, teaching preschool and 4K and working as a Childcare Center Director. This is her first year on staff with Utica and she will be teaching in our Kindergarten, First, and Second Grade Classroom. Mrs. Howell also homeschooled her own children for two years. Tiffany is a member of The Registry, through the National Association of Young Children. (NAEYC)

Personal
Tiffany and her husband, Josh, graduated from Utica Christian School in 2004 and were married in 2006. This past June they celebrated their 13th Wedding Anniversary. Tiffany and her husband have two sons and enjoy living in the quiet country near their family. Tiffany enjoys working with children, spending time with her family, deer hunting with her husband, mowing the lawn, working in their garden, camping trips, reading, and time with her friends from up north. She also appreciates when she has time to be practicing the piano, thrift and bargain shopping, going to flea markets and antique shops, and visiting the local library with her boys.
What Mrs. Howell likes about teaching at Utica
“As a first-year Teacher at Utica, I am looking forward to the relationships that I will get to build between my students and their families. I am grateful for the opportunity to help our class academically, but also spiritually. Having a Christian School has been such a blessing to our family, personally, and it’s exciting to be a part of Christian Education and to continue to see that it keeps on going for generations to come.”
Ministry

In the past Mrs. Howell has enjoyed working in Church Nursery, Junior Church, Vacation Bible School, Singing in Choir, participating in Holiday programs, and working with the Ladies Aid program at Lone Rock.

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