Degrees and Certifications:
B.S. Collaborative Education, Athens State University M.Ed. Educational Leadership, Arkansas State University
Ms. Amanda Jackson
Mrs. Jackson was born and raised in Madison, Alabama. She graduated from Sparkman High School and went on to attend Auburn University and later graduated from Athens State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Collaborative Education K-12. Mrs. Jackson graduated from Arkansas State University with a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership P-12. In addition, Mrs. Jackson holds a master's level certificate for Collaborative Education 6-12.
This is Mrs. Jackson’s twelfth year in the Madison County School System. During her tenure at Monrovia Middle, she has been a Collaborative Teacher for grades 7 & 8, Reading and Math Intervention Teacher for grades 6-8, a Self-Contained Teacher for grades 6-8, and coached competition cheerleading for 8 years.
When Mrs. Jackson is not at school, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends. She and her husband have a three year old son and two dogs and two cats. Mrs. Jackson likes to visit the beach, go shopping, and watch Netflix when she has free time. She is beyond excited to be a member of the Sparkman Middle School family! Go Cougars!!!