Lincoln County Schools announces teachers of the year
Lincoln County Schools has announced their 2020-2021 teachers of the year. Margie Green was selected as the elementary teacher of year, Donna Reavis the middle school teacher of the year; and, Will Harbin as the high school teacher of the year.
Mrs. Green teaches Fourth Grade English Language Arts at Unity School. While beginning her teaching career in Warren County where she taught for nine years, Mrs. Green moved back home in 2005 and has taught various grades at Unity throughout the years. Mrs. Green also has served as a Teacher Leader for the past seven years which has included mentoring new teachers.
Mrs. Green is a 1988 graduate of Lincoln County High School. She received a Bachelor’s degree from Bethel College in 1992 and obtained a Master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Middle Tennessee State University in 2014.
Mrs. Green resides in Petersburg with her husband of 29 years, Troy. They have a daughter, McKenzie, who is an App Designer and lives in Franklin and a son, Harrison, who is a student at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. Mrs. Green enjoys spending time with her family, baking, and reading. She is also very involved in her church, the Petersburg Cumberland Presbyterian Church, and their community activities.
Mrs. Reavis teaches Language Arts at Flintville School. She has taught at 8th District and Flintville School. She is currently in her 20th year.
Mrs. Reavis is a 1978 graduate of Flintville High School. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education K-8 from Athens State University and a Masters Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Middle Tennessee State University.
Donna is married to Bill Reavis. They were blessed with two daughters Miranda and Rikki. Miranda is married to Casey Manderson, and they have three children Riley, Layne, and Reese. Rikki is married to Adam Stubblefield, and they have two children Luke and Landree. Donna loves being a Non!
Mrs. Reavis grew up in Flintville. She attended Flintville Elementary and Flintville High School. She lived in the Flintville community until recently moving to Lynchburg, Tn. She enjoys reading, hand quilting, boating, and spending time with her family.
Mr. Harbin teaches Physics at Lincoln County High School and has taught Physical Science and ACT Prep in the past. He also serves as the Student Council, Academic Team, and Beta Club Sponsor.
Mr. Harbin is a 2010 graduate of Lincoln County High School. He received a Bachelors Degree in Meteorology from the University of Alabama in Huntsville and a Masters in Education from Middle Tennessee State University. His experience includes both work in television as well as research with NASA, the National Weather Service, and emergency management.
Residing in the Flintville community, he enjoys music and a good book in his spare time, and is most often found with a cup of coffee! He is a member of the Flintville First Baptist Church where he plays the piano and organ and takes part in many other local community activities.