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language educator

Terri Scroggins Richburg, American language educator. National board certified teacher. Public chair Montgomery County Education Association, 1999; newspaper, literary magazine advisor Lee High School, 1993-1999. Member American Pen Women (judge fiction/poetry 1994), Alabama Poetry Society (senior leader fiction writing 1994, Apple award for work with at-risk teens 2006).

Background

Richburg, Terri Scroggins was born on October 18, 1951 in Tallassee, Alabama, United States. Daughter of James Douglas and Adna Meadows Scroggins.

Education

Bachelor, Auburn University, 1973. Master of Education, Auburn University, 1987. Educational Specialist, Auburn University, 1999.

NBCT National Board Certified Teacher, 2002.

Career

Social worker Department Human Resources, Montgomery, Alabama, 1973-1979. Coordinator Family Court, 1979-1981. Instructor English University Alabama, Tuscaloosa, 1981-1985.

Instructor English, head department English, Lee High School, Montgomery, since 1989. Instructor English Auburn University, 1995—1998. Instructor creative writing Community Education, Montgomery, 1991-1996.

Achievements

  • National board certified teacher.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Red Mountain Rendevous, 1995, Fan, 1996.

Membership

Public chair Montgomery County Education Association, 1999. Newspaper, literary magazine advisor Lee High School, 1993-1999. Member American Pen Women (judge fiction/poetry 1994), Alabama Poetry Society (senior leader fiction writing 1994, Apple award for work with at-risk teens 2006).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: creative writing, fishing, camping, canoeing, hiking.

Connections

Married William R. Richburg, August 29, 1970 (divorced December 1979). 1 child, Manderley Tara.

father:
James Douglas

mother:
Adna Meadows Scroggins

spouse:
William R. Richburg

child:
Manderley Tara Richburg