Phone: (334)347-4287


Degrees and Certifications:

Education Troy State University, Dothan, Alabama Master's Degree in Gifted Education The University of West Florida, Pensacola, Florida Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education Early Childhood Education Okaloosa Walton Jr. College, Niceville, Florida MacArthur State Technical College Broad Run High School, Ashburn, Virginia Tehran American School (HS), Tehran, Iran Elementary School in Libya, and Iran Certifications Gifted Education Elementary & Early Childhood Education National Board Certification Experience ECS - Gifted Education Teacher - Present PES - Gifted Education Teacher 2015 - 2020 CSES - Gifted Education Teacher - 2012 - 2015 Gifted Education Teacher beginning 2011 HES - 2006 - 2011 (2nd Grade) Stay at Home Wife/Mom 1994 - 2006 Baker School, Baker, Florida 1986 - 1994 Stay at Home Wife/Mom 1983 - 1986 Rogers Lane Christian School, Oklahoma 1982-1983

Mrs. Margie Tyner

When I was a child, I dreamed of creating beautiful things. Now, I see my childhood desire as a glimpse of what I love the most about my life now; seeing children discovering, creating, and becoming accomplished individuals. My students teach me every day about curiosity, wonder, and determination. I endeavor to inspire students to refine their communication skills, creativity, and analytical thinking skills. It is vital to provide complex challenges that will encourage students to enjoy the productive struggles and recover from failures to enjoy the process of attempting again and digging deeper into their work as lifelong learners. 

Before teaching in Enterprise, I taught kindergarten in Florida. Even though I have been teaching since the mid-1980s, I enjoy my career more than ever. My husband teaches at Fort Rucker, and we have three beautiful daughters, six precious granddaughters, and two amazing grandsons. I enjoy spending time with my family. My hobbies are painting, pottery, biking, and hiking.

My parents gave me the gift of a happy childhood, for that, I am very grateful. Even though we moved often, I fondly remember the memories of living in Tripoli, San Antonio, Washington D.C., and Tehran.


The gift of a happy childhood lasts forever.