Welcome to Kindergarten

Ms. Campbell: [email protected]

Jessica Campbell graduated from Villa Julie College in Stevenson, Maryland (aka Stevenson University) with a major in Early Childhood Education. After graduating from Villa Julie, she began her teaching career in Baltimore County at New Town Elementary as a kindergarten teacher. During her first 4 years, she began pursuing a master’s degree for Reading Specialist from Goucher College.  Jessica then spent the next 13 years teaching kindergarten at Woodbridge Elementary.  During this time, she earned her Master's equivalency.  For the last 6 years, she has enjoyed her role as the kindergarten team leader at Winfield Elementary where she loves teaching and inspiring the youngest of minds.

Ms. Northern: [email protected]

Glori M. Northern is a veteran teacher with 30 years of teaching experience. She has a master’s degree in General and Special Education PreK to 12th grade from Mercy College of New York and is a member of the “Honors Society”. She is from New York City and was an early childhood teacher there for 17 years.   She moved to Maryland 13 years ago and worked for Baltimore City Public Schools as a kindergarten teacher.  In 2019, she started working for Baltimore County Public Schools and currently holds a position as a kindergarten teacher.  In addition to her teaching position, she has held numerous leaderships roles.

  • Grade Level Lead Teacher
  • Chairperson for SST
  • District Systemic Professional Development Coordinator
  • PBIS Coach/Lead
  • Teacher Mentor
  • Behavior Intervention Teacher
  • Staff Developer 

Ms. Morgan: [email protected]

Marsha Morgan is a seasoned educator. She has been in the educational field for over 20 years. She has worked with children of different ages such as infants. toddlers, Preschool, Prekindergarten, FALS, and first grade. She has worked in Head Start and at Johns Hopkins Early Learning Center before transitioning to Baltimore County Public Schools. Her years with Baltimore County Public Schools has offered her experiences in FALS, Prekindergarten and first grade. She started WES as an Additional Assistant before becoming a Paraprofessional, and last year accepted the position as a first-grade teaching position and is now teaching Kindergarten. She graduated in 2021 with her Bachelor's in Arts. She prides herself on building loving and supportive relationships with her students and their families. Through these relationships, she seamlessly connects the bridge between home and school.

Ms. Demay: [email protected]

I graduated from Towson University with a degree in Early Childhood Education.  I got my master's degree in special education from McDaniel College.  I have taught Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten, First, and Special Education. I have taught in 2 different counties and have taught for the past 5 years at Lyons Mill Elementary.  I love to spend time with my family and eating and cooking new foods.