Quamille Moses, B.S.Ed, M.Ed.L, Ed.S Interventionist



My name is Ms. Quamille Moses and I am your child's Intervention Teacher!  This will be my 6th year teaching and my 1st year here at Lipscomb Elementary School. I am originally from Michigan and came to Alabama to attend Oakwood University. I graduated from Oakwood University in 2008 with my Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education (Class B Certification P-6) and continued my studies at Alabama A&M University in 2011. I graduated in December 2013 with a Masters Degree in Educational Administration and Supervision (Class A Certification Instructional Leadership P-12). I graduated in May 2017 with my Educational Specialist Degree in Educational Administration and Supervision (Class AA Certification Instructional Leadership P-12). I am a Certified K-6 Teacher in the State of Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee 
with Highly Qualified Status. I am also certified to teach grades 7-12 in the subject area of reading. I hold an Administrative License with the State of Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee. I am currently taking courses at Samford University to obtain my Doctorate of Education in Educational Administration and Supervision. I believe that education is a journey that never ends and I have always strived for educational excellence so that I can be the best in my profession. 

During my spare time my hobbies include listening to audio books, traveling, roller skating, participating in community events, mentoring, and eating. My favorite restaurants are Olive Garden, Rosies, and Connors. My life is not complete without scented soy candles and my favorite season is Autumn. My favorite book character is Amelia Bedelia. 

Students be sure to READ YOUR HEART OUT with our new Book It Reading program so that you can earn a free personal pan pizza from Pizza Hut now through March! Your teachers have coupons. See me if you have questions! 


4th and 5th Grade Book Publishing! 
Great news 4th and 5th graders! Your teachers have received publishing kits. This means that you can become a published author before the end of the school year. Put on those thinking caps and do your best to become the best author and illustrator you can! Ask your teacher for details and see me if you have questions. Happy Writing!