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Misty Brown

Special Education:  5th Grade


I have 2 kids.  I love the beach and reading to relax.  My passion is to teach how to survive and have lifelong learning. Kids will know there is someone that believes in them!


Amanda Barts

Special Education:  6th Grade


Hello everyone! My name is Ms. Barts, and I am a 6th grade study skills instructor. I received my Bachelors degree from Midway College, and am currently working on my Masters from Northern Kentucky University. I live in Georgetown with my fiance, 2 dogs, and a cat. This is my 5th year at Maurice Bowling Middle School, and I have really enjoyed working with the students of this community. 


Tina Bromagen

Special Education LBD


Hello, my name is Tina Bromagen. I am a special Education teacher here at MBMS. I grew up here and also started my own little family. I am married and have 4 girls. We are living our best life on my family farm.  “If a child can't learn the way we teach, maybe we should teach the way they learn.” Ignacio Estrada


Natasha Bard

Special Education:  7th Grade


This is my 6th year of teaching (3rd year of teaching at MBMS). My husband and I have three sweet, energetic boys (ages 9, 7, and 5) who keep us both entertained and busy. Education is both a passion and constant pursuit of mine.  I believe that all children can learn and grow, meeting their full potential when given the appropriate opportunities.  I also believe in the golden rule and hard work.  I strive to remain positive and caring when working with my students.  “Children are not a distraction from more important work. They are the most important work.” C.S. Lewis


John Russell New

Special Education:  8th Grade



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Special Education



Laura Stewart

Special Education


Hello, my name is Laura Stewart. I am have been working for the Owen County Public School District for six years.  I strongly believe that every child has the potential to be a productive citizen in the future. I am honored to encourage students to understand this process. “One today is worth two tomorrows” Benjamin Franklin.