Christine M. Hunter attended Motlow State Community College for her Associate’s degree, Middle Tennessee State University for her Bachelor’s degree and Education Specialist degree, Tennessee State University for her degree in Administration and Supervision. She added an endorsement in Library Science from MTSU in early 2000-2001. She began her career in teaching at Lynchburg Elementary by filling an interim position in Kindergarten and in Chapter Math in 1997 before being offered a full time position in August of 1997 as a 4th grade self-contained teacher. She remained in this position for 6 ½ years before moving to the library as a media specialist. Christine advanced to Curriculum Coordinator after 8 years as media specialist and then, in 2016, advanced to the central office in the position of Supervisor of Instruction.
Christine is married to Danny Hunter. They have 4 children together : Sara, Jesse, Madison, and Manning. Sara lives and works in Nashville, Jesse attended UTC in Chattanooga and is a director of Marketing for Team Title services. Madison attended UTC as well and is working in Chattanooga, and Manning is also attending UTC and hopes to graduate within the next year or so .
Lead all facets of curriculum implementation and instructional programs for grades 3-8
Serve as the Title III coordinator and collaborate with the ESL teachers and provide necessary resources to general education teachers as needed; collaborate in training teachers on WIDA standards
Analyze 3-8 data at the classroom, school, and district level to determine proficiency, achievement toward mastery, and arising patterns for the purpose of improvement
Train and monitor the building testing coordinators on testing procedures, security, and test monitoring to ensure that all assessments are implemented efficiently, fairly, and with validity to all policies and procedures
Work with school level textbook selection committees to follow state guidelines and adoption schedules for local adoptions
Coordinate and collaborate with the director of schools, other supervisors, principals, and curriculum coordinators to implement, enhance, and evaluate practices, programs, professional learning, and policies as they relate to K-12 curriculum and instruction