About Us


Laura Duncan principalPRINCIPAL Email icon

Laura Duncan is a Nashville native, a graduate of the University of Tennessee-Knoxville and Tennessee Tech, and proud to be a Battle Creek Cub. This is her 24th year in education. She has taught kindergarten, first grade, second grade, fifth grade, and Reading Recovery. This is her 10th year as an administrator.

She loves to see children engaged in hands-on learning that fuels their natural curiosity and inspires them to ask questions and seek answers.

She lives in Spring Hill with her husband, Brad and their dog, Lula. She loves spending time with her family, cooking (and eating!), traveling, crafting, and reading.  






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Suzie Estes has been an educator for over twenty years. For twelve years, she worked as an English teacher at the middle and high school levels. She served as elementary principal at Nashville Christian School for four years and has most recently served as a literacy coach for Williamson County Schools. Suzie holds a B.A. in English Education from Lipscomb University, a M.A. in Educational Leadership from Trevecca University, and is currently pursuing an Ed.D from Lipscomb University in Learning Organizations and Strategic Change.

She is passionate about inspiring and supporting students and teachers to learn and grow together and believes that rigorous learning experiences should also be vibrant, interactive, and fun.

Suzie is married to David, a minister, and they have three sons. Her favorite pastimes are reading, singing, swimming, and playing games. 
 



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Candice Overton moved to the Spring Hill area in August 2018. She spent a vast majority of her young life in her hometown, Lake Orion, Michigan. After graduating from Lake Orion High School, she went on to study Human Resource Management at Oakland Community College. Candice is also an avid crafter and lover of the outdoors. In 2010 her husband’s job transferred him to Lordstown, Ohio. At that time, she decided to focus on her two children and volunteering. She got involved with her children’s parent organization, Girl Scouts and anything else she could do to help her community.