Laura Glenn Written by  May 15, 2020

Celebrating Mrs. Nabers

Today PDS celebrates Mrs. Jean Nabers. During her fabulous 37 year career at PDS, she has consistently demonstrated faithfulness while embracing multiple roles over the years. Her pursuit of excellence, unbelievable work ethic, and love of boys has significantly shaped and strengthened our students and community. Congratulations, Mrs. Nabers, on your retirement!

Please join us in conveying to her our gratitude for her service and friendship.

Laura Glenn

Laura Glenn serves as Head of the Elementary School at Presbyterian Day School (PDS) in Memphis, TN, one of the country’s leading independent schools for boys.

Laura began her career at PDS helping in the Admission office before becoming an assistant teacher in the Early Childhood Division. After teaching 1st and 3rd grade at other area independent schools, she returned to PDS in 2006 to teach 1st grade.

Laura earned a Bachelors degree in Business Administration and a Masters degree in Teaching from The University of Memphis. Laura has a reading specialist certificate from Christian Brothers University and has participated in Project Zero, an advanced training program based out of Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education. A lifelong learner, Laura is devoted to the development of a multi-sensory classroom.

Her passions outside of the classroom include international travel and cheering for Memphis sports.

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