Ms. Marnie Turman is excited to be teaching second grade this year. She holds a Bachelor’s degree from Longwood University and a Master’s degree from George Mason University. Ms. Turman grew up on a farm in the mountains outside Sperryville, Virginia and currently splits her time between the mountains and Sterling. She is a member of the Cameron Parish Chapter of National Society Daughters of the American Revolution and enjoys uncovering history through genealogy research. Ms. Turman has also played alto saxophone since the 8th grade. However, she spends most of her time reading, shopping for books or talking about books.It was a busy summer involving DAR galas, walking in the National Independence Day Parade and another trip to NerdCamp. Ms. Turman walked in the Independence Day Parade in Washington, DC with DAR. She also attended NerdCampMI for the 4th year, an edcamp that brings together educators, authors and illustrators to discuss increasing reading engagement. Ms. Turman also volunteered at the NerdCampMI Jr. camp which hosted over 1,000 students.
Last Modified on September 29, 2018