Stacy Jernigan has taught for seventeen years, teaching for the last twelve at Wilson Central High School. Prior to her appointment at Wilson Central, she taught five years at Lincoln County High School. Her bands have been successful in both the marching and concert arenas. Her students frequently earn Mid-State and All-State status, have been accepted to the Tennessee Governor’s School for the Arts, and offered scholarships at some of the top music schools in the country.
She is listed in multiple editions of Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers, has twice been named an Outstanding Teacher by the Governor’s School for the Arts, and has twice received the National Band Association Citation of Excellence. Her professional affiliations include Sigma Alpha Iota, Professional Educators of Tennessee, Middle Tennessee School Band and Orchestra Association (in which she has previously served on the Executive Committee and as a Mid-State Ensemble Chair), Tennessee Music Education Association, Tennessee Bandmasters Association, National Band Association, American School Band Directors Association, and the National Association for Music Education.
Mr. Noblin is a recent graduate of Middle Tennessee State University. This is his second year with the Wilson Central family, and his second year as a professional teacher. Mr. Noblin's expectations and goals are set very high. His main objective is to use Instrumental Music Education as a vehicle to enrich the lives of students through application and discovery of music. Mr. Noblin greatly looks forward to his first year teaching and working with the AWESOME Wilson Central students.
While at MTSU, Mr. Noblin was the recipient of many individual and group awards. Among those were the Joseph T. Smith Music Education Award, Fraternity Man of the Year, Oustanding Achievement in Music Education and High Brass. Mr. Noblin also held many offices throughout the campus in and out of music that shaped who he is today.