University School of Jackson

Heather Crook

Heather Crook

7th Grade Science, Study Skills

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Where do you call home?
Bells, TN

How long have you been teaching?
Almost 20 years

What is your favorite part about your job?
Interacting with the kids and getting to know them and their families AND seeing them have fun and learn and the same time is great, too!

What is your favorite thing about USJ?
Everyone (teachers, students, administration, faculty, staff, families, etc..) is willing to help each other and support each other, even if it means putting in extra time, wherever that is needed. It really is like a huge family.

What is a fun fact about yourself?
My happy place is being on the TN river with my family and friends!

NEWS

Headnotes: Pandemic Leadership

12/01/2020

  November 2, 2020   Greetings USJ Families,   Did I mention that I love baseball? As a student and teacher of American history, I appreciate it as a quintessentially American invention and activity. I really appreciate this Gerald Early quote:   "There are only three things that America will be remembered...

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Randy Olswing Named Chief Financial Officer

11/20/2020

The University School of Jackson announces the recent appointment of Randy Olswing to the senior leadership position of Chief Financial Officer. For the past twenty years, Mr. Olswing served as Assistant Head for Operations/Chief Financial Officer at Hutchison School, a private independent school located in Memphis, Tennessee. Before his...

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Headnotes: Fundamentals

11/02/2020

  November 2, 2020   Greetings USJ Families,   Did I mention that I love baseball? As a student and teacher of American history, I appreciate it as a quintessentially American invention and activity. I really appreciate this Gerald Early quote:   "There are only three things that America will be remembered...

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Headnotes: The Bruin Walk

10/01/2020

   The Bruin Walk   For those who proudly wear the Red and Columbia Blue, this path isn’t just special but treasured. It stands as a symbol of accomplishment. Emblematic of success. This leads to an important, if not existential question: Just how is this success defined? ...

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