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Levi Wyatt

It is the burden of Mr. Wyatt, as a pastor and parent, to assist in providing parents with an alternative option for the education of their child(ren). The vision that he and the staff of Foundation Christian School share is to provide a high quality education in an environment that promotes both the educational and spiritual growth of the children.

Mr. Wyatt received his Bachelor’s degree in Church Administration from Champion Baptist College in May of 2009. Following graduation, he began working on staff at Happy Valley Baptist Church in Villa Rica, GA where he served until he became the Pastor of Calvary Baptist Church in Rockmart, GA, in September 2015.

Cora Wyatt
Office Coordinator

As a Christian school graduate herself, Mrs. Wyatt holds a special place in her heart for Christian education. She considers it a privilege to work alongside and assist the staff and students of FCS.

Mrs. Wyatt graduated from Chattahoochee Technical College in 2014 with her Associate’s degree in Business Administrative Technology.

Lesli Reed
Teacher (5th/6th)

After teaching in public schools for six years, Mrs. Reed is thrilled to be part of a small school that will integrate the academic rigor of a traditional curriculum with the freedom to integrate our faith into the day-to-day activities of learning.

Mrs. Reed holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from North Georgia College & State University (Go Nighthawks!) and a Master’s degree in Education- Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment from Walden University. She is a highly qualified Georgia certified science teacher.

Stefanie Johnson
Teacher (3rd/4th)

Mrs. Johnson has been a certified teacher for twelve years. She has taught in public school and private school, as well as homeschooling her own children. She has also served as the assistant administrator of Hamburg Christian Academy in Glenville, NC.

She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education from Kennesaw State University and an Associate’s Degree in Theology from Trinity Theological Seminary and College.

Jennifer Daniel
Teacher (1st/2nd)

The Bible states in Psalm 127:3, “Lo, children are an heritage of the Lord: and the fruit of the womb is his reward.” I believe that along with the reward of being able to have children also comes the responsibility of preparing them for their future to the best of our ability. While academics often play a huge role in a child’s future, it should not be placed above, nor contradict, the foundational doctrines taught by our Christian faith. Unfortunately, in many school settings, the curriculum directly undermines the teachings of the Bible. After being in both settings, I firmly believe that the teachings of God’s Word and academic learning can be, and should be, taught hand-in-hand, allowing both to compliment each other. Further, while a Christian education cannot take the place of church or a Christian-led household, it will work to reiterate and reinforce the teachings of a pastor, youth pastor, Sunday school teacher and the like, all while academically preparing that child for the years ahead.

Mrs. Daniel holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education with a minor in History from Pensacola Christian College where she was formally trained on the Abeka Curriculum. She taught at Pensacola Christian Academy from 2004-2005 and at North Point Christian Academy from 2005-2013. Since 2013, Mrs. Daniel has been focused on teaching/tutoring students from grades K3-4th.

Teresa Morgan
Teacher (K4/K5)

Mrs. Morgan has been an educator for the past thirty-five years. Her career started at Calvary Christian School where she taught the Abeka curriculum for eleven years. She has been with Bartow County Schools for the past twenty-four years as a parapro. She retired from Taylorsville Elementary School in December 2018. While working at TES, she received training to assist students with Down’s Syndrome/Autism and worked with special needs students. During the last five years with Bartow County Schools, she taught technology to Pre-K through 5th grade students. As a Christian, she is excited to have the opportunity to teach God’s Word and the Abeka curriculum to young children once again. It seems so divine that God’s plan for Mrs. Morgan has come full circle: She began her career in Christian Education and will one day finish her career doing the same.