Degrees and Certifications:
Bachelors of Arts & Science Certified in Math 6-12 Certified in Special Education All levels Certified in Generalist 4-8
Mrs. Amber Northcutt
I have been teaching for 16 years. I graduated as Valedictorian from Wolfe City High School, and went on to receive a Bachelors Degree in Arts & Science from Texas A&M - Commerce. I started my teaching career teaching Algebra 1 and Pre-Cal at Greenville High School. I spent 5 years at Greenville High School as a mathematics teacher and cheer sponsor. While there, I had three bouncing baby boys. I then got hired on at Wolfe City Middle School as the life skills teacher. After one year, I returned to my passion of helping young minds understand mathematics by moving to the 8th grade teacher position at Wolfe City Middle School. I was also the High School cheer sponsor in Wolfe City for two years. I taught at Wolfe City for another 5 years before accepting a 7th grade Math position at L.H. Rather Junior High in Bonham, Texas. My stay at Bonham was short lived, before I returned to Wolfe City Middle School as the 7th grade Mathematics teacher and Middle School cheer sponsor. I have now been in this position for the last three years. My dream is to finish my masters in Curriculum and Instruction and eventually find me a Instructional Coach job and teach dual credit College Algebra.
I have lived in Wolfe City my entire life. I married my High School sweetheart, Nathan Northcutt, who also grew up in Wolfe City. We have been together 23 years and will celebrate our 17 wedding anniversary this coming February(2019). We both graduated from Texas A&M - Commerce. Nathan is a firefighter for the city of Garland. He started a career as a firefighter after serving 3 years in the Army and completing his Bachelors degree. He has now been a firefighter a Garland for 12 years. My son, Jasper, is a freshman at Wolfe City High School. My other son, Judd, is a 5th grader at Wolfe City Elementary.
Trust in the Lord with all your heart
and lean not on your own understanding