Our responsibility as teachers is to create the best kind of person we can from the students we receive, and to make them stronger and better in every way. We have a responsibility to be impeccable with our words. Speak the truth, be kind and understand that our words that we speak when we teach, mentor, guide and even address difficult issues are strong and can seriously impact a student’s life forever. Education is a rewarding profession in which being an educator, mentor, musician and motivator essentially empowers the hearts and minds of the amazing lives that are encountered.
Greetings, my name is Theresa Grayson M.Ed. and I am currently a music teacher at Hunters Glen Elementary School. I was born in Tyler, Texas and raised in Houston, Texas all but two years of my life. I have taught in Fort Bend School District for 11 years. My previous teaching experiences consisted of Alief Independent School District, 3 years - 2001-2004 at Olle Middle School, 7th-8th grade orchestra, General Music. In addition, I taught at Alief Independent School District, 1 year 2003-2004 at Klentzman Intermediate School 5th- 6th grade orchestra.
I have accomplished and received accolades for:
TAPP- Fort Bend Mentorship Program
Teacher of the Year 2015, Hunters Glen Elementary School
HAASBE Teacher of the Year 2012 & 2014, Hunters Glen Elementary School
Team Leader 2012- Currently, Hunters Glen Elementary School
American School Counselor Association- 2002 Prairie View A & M
Texas Music Educators of America (TMEA)
National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) - Music Educator
Sax Dakota- Endorsement
School and Community:
Serving our students with passion and dedication, I have exposed all of my students to performances, symphonies and opportunities to perform in our community. Our Fort Bend Elementary Honor's Choir will be featured at TMEA in February 2016 which exemplifies our standard of excellence in music in our elementary schools.
I have shared my personal musical experiences with my students while mentoring and empowering each student to strive for success academically and artistically.