Degrees and Certifications:
2008- Masters in Secondary Education from UNA 2005- BS in Psychology from UNA 2000- Walker High School
Mrs. Stacia Tidwell
Hello! Welcome to my page. I just finished up my 10th year of teaching, and I look forward to another great year here at Etowah Middle School. I am the mother of two boys named Max and Mason and two minature schnauzers named Dixie and Bailey. When at home, I am more of a "jeans and T-shirt" type of girl. I love to just relax by watching movies, swimming, or hanging out on the pool/lake. We enjoy as much time as we can get on Smith or Logan Martin lake or at the Orange beach. I have been married for ten years to my husband, Chad Tidwell. He is a former Florida Gator and University of North Alabama football player. We ended up meeting when he transferred to UNA. I loved my time at UNA where I was involved in the sorority Alpha Gamma Delta where we did a lot of philanthropic work for the diabetes foundation and United Way. However, I am all about Alabama football and Jesus too! My favorite God given job in life has been to be a mother. I know that when my kids go to school/ daycare that I expect them to learn, have fun, and be loved. I love all my students, and my goal is to make sure that each child is college ready if he or she chooses that route. Laying the Foundation (LTF) curriculum is very rigorous and will have your child prepared, but just like the first time that we ever try something new... it is difficult. However, I am here to help if any problem arises.
Earlier I mentioned my favorite job as being a mother. Let me tell you a little bit about them. Max is eight, and Mason is four. Max is so kind hearted and sensitive, and he loves to sing and help others. He enjoys playing soccer and swimming. He does struggle with some issues, so I understand children who might be different. Mason is a little fireball. He is all boy and is independent and as mean as a snake. He loves baseball. He is so funny to watch because he is so little but so mighty. I love both my boys dearly and welcome their differences. Well, this is a little bit about me and my family, and I look forward to learning about you and your family! Let's have a great year, and Go Blue Devils!