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About Mrs. Morhardt

I have always wanted to be a teacher - I can remember telling my second grade teacher in West Bloomfield, Michigan, that I was definitely going to be a teacher when I grew up! Now that I am all grown up and doing what I love, I cannot imagine any other career for me! After graduating from Calvin College, I spent two years as a US Peace Corps Volunteer in Uganda, Africa. I learned a great deal about myself, teaching, and the world during this time. 


Upon returning to the USA, I chose to move from chilly Michigan to warm, wonderful Memphis. I am now married and have a step son in 12th grade, a nine year old daughter, a seven year old son, and my youngest daughter will be two in November -  My home is a busy place! I completed my Master’s degree through Bethel University and have also taken up running in my “free” time. I completed my first (maybe only?) marathon in October of 2013 in Detroit, Michigan. 


This is my thirteenth year teaching in Tennessee and I am SO excited to be at EPMS! 


Fun Facts About Mrs. Morhardt:



 Color - purple

 Snacks - lara bars (any type), fruit, pistachios

 Drinks - Starbucks Cinnamon Almond Milk Macchiato, Diet Coke

 Activities - Reading, Hanging out with my kids, walking my dog

 Animals - Turtles, Cats, and Monkeys

 Fast Food - McDonald's Chicken nuggets with sweet-n-sour sauce


Recent Posts

State of the School Address

Please plan to join us on January 15 at 6:00 pm in the cafeteria for this event where Mr. Randall will share with us about the great things happening at Elmore Park!  There is an option to purchase dinner from Chick-fil-a at school to help with your planning for the evening.  If you plan to purchase one or more meals, please use the link below so that we can be prepared with enough meals on hand for everyone who wants one.


Here is the PDF with the options and explanations for the cells project that is due on Friday, December 7.  This is an AT HOME project, so be sure to pace yourself so that you're not up all night on Thursday trying to get it all done.