I am a Southern girl, born in East Tennesee and raised in Middle Tennessee. I graduated from White House High School in White House, TN in 1999. I attended Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville, TN until I graduated Magna Cum Laude (with a 3.72 GPA) in 2003 with a degree in Interpersonal Communications and Human Relations and a minor in Family Studies. I attended Cumberland University to obtain my teaching certificate in Special Education in 2005 with a 4.0 GPA. I intend to one day get a Master’s Degree.
My husband is Greg Schreiner, from Gallatin, TN. We have been married for five years. We have a talkative, brilliant little boy named Austin Neal, who is four years old. These two fabulous gentlemen are the highlight of my life! They have taught me to never give up, and that the greatest blessings are in the small everyday activities. I have two amazing parents that are the reason I am who I am today. They have taught me to love others unconditionally and to be yourself regardless of the situation. I have one brother, Jonathan (I call him Bub.) He is 26 and is currently serving in the United States Army. He received his degree and finished Officer Candidate School in July of 2010, making him a second lieutenant. Bub is my “comic relief” and has taught me that you can do more than what you think you are capable of. He was deployed from August 2011 to January 2012 to Afghanistan. He did well and received a promotion upon his safe return. He is now stationed in Ft. Knox, Kentucky. We get to see him quite often, so that is a wonderful blessing. My in-laws are sent from Heaven. They are better than anything I could have put together myself. They have modeled godliness for me on a consistent basis. (And, my mother-in-law is AN AMAZING COOK!!) I consider myself very blessed by the Lord to have the family that I have.
I have accomplished many things in my lifetime. I have gone to college twice, had a child, ran a half marathon (13.1 miles) in 2007, and served on many commitees through my involvement in church since my college years. I have been to four different countries and 28 different states. I have had a parent survive cancer. I have had the privilege of meeting, working with, and encouraging many young people to be the best they can be and contribute to our society in an invaluable way through my teaching career.
This is my eighth year to teach, and I am passionate about helping your child succeed, regardless of what it takes! I enjoy watching my students not only grow academically, but also walk away from me more mature, well rounded people to better contribute to our world when they become adults.
Please feel free to contact me by phone 615-452-9100 or by email: chandra.schreiner-at-sumnerschools.org