Angie Baker-Templeton comes from a long line of educators. She recently completed her 26th year in public education. She received three degrees from Middle Tennessee State University in education. He Master’s Degree and Educational Specialist Degree are in Administration and Supervision. She began her teaching career in Franklin County, Tennessee at North Lake Elementary School. Baker-Templeton served as assistant principal at Thurman Francis Arts Academy from 2012 – 2017. Previously, she taught at Thurman Francis, Homer Pittard Campus School, John Coleman, and Roy Waldron. During her 21 years as a teacher, she taught 2nd through 6th grades as well as teaching as an adjunct instructor at Middle Tennessee State University. She holds three degrees in education including a Masters and Education Specialist degree in administration and supervision. She has served as a chair of Quality Assurance Teams with AdvancED as part of the reaccreditation process for schools in surrounding Districts as well as Athletic Director at her previous school.
Baker -Templeton has been married to Shields Templeton, fifth grade teacher at Rockvale Elementary School, for 18 years. Her mother, Evelyn Baker, served as a public educator for 44 years until her recent retirement. The couple own two English bulldogs, Charlie and Miss Oakley. She enjoys spending time on her family’s farm on the weekends and traveling during breaks.
Baker-Templeton is excited to be part of the Christiana community. She plans to build upon the rich history of the school and continue traditions. She feels blessed to be part of the Rutherford County School system and to have the opportunity to work with the students, staff, and parents of Christiana Elementary. Go Wildcats!