First Baptist welcomes teachers

First Baptist School of Charleston welcomed 13 new teachers for the 2011-12 school year. Pictured are (from left) Teresa Rogers, Kyle Babb, Kristen Gehrman, Greg Clark, Lindsey Green, Matt Lambert, Anne Hall, Jackie O'Rourke, Matthew Mullins, Selina Krasowski, Rose Cummings. Not pictured: Robin Gramling and Nick Glover.

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First Baptist School of Charleston has welcomed 13 new teachers for the 2011-12 school year.

Teresa Rogers will be teaching photography as a high school elective this year. She has more than 14 years of photography experience.

Kyle Babb comes from Sanders Clyde Elementary as the school's new instructor for classroom music, choir, band and private instruction.

Kristen Gehrman joins the school as the new French teacher. She is fluent in both French and German, and has spent the past several years tutoring adults and high school students in both languages.

Greg Clark joins the school as the study hall proctor and math tutor. He has more than 22 years of teaching and tutoring experience.

Lindsey Green recently graduated from Charleston Southern University and joins the staff as the lower school playground director and will be working with children in the extended day-care program.

Matt Lambert, previously minister to students, has joined the school as a new Bible teacher for middle and high school.

Anne Hall comes from Trident Academy as one of the new middle and high school English teachers. She has more than seven years of teaching experience.

Jackie O'Rourke is the new high school math teacher; she will be teaching geometry and algebra 2. She has more than 33 years of teaching experience.

Matthew Mullins, a recent graduate of Winthrop University, joins the staff as the new instructor for lower school physical education. This will be his first year teaching.

Selina Krasowski has more than 18 years of experience teaching middle school math. She will be teaching math, pre-algebra and algebra 1 to middle school students.

Rose Cummings, formerly with First Baptist Church of Charleston, joins the staff as guidance counselor for K3-12th grade.

Robin Gramling will be teaching 10th-grade English.

Nick Glover, owner of E Solutions, has joined the school as an IT instructor for 11th- and 12th-graders.