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Mrs. J.J. Stallcup

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     I began my teaching career at Haughton High School in 1999.  I taught Business courses and sponsored the Highsteppers, National Beta Club, and National Honor Society.  After 6 years in Haughton, my husband came home from work one day and asked me what I thought about living in Germany.  I told him that it was definitely something we could talk about and he said, "Good, because I applied for a job today."  It was June 2005 when we packed our bags and moved to Ramstein, Germany with two young boys and a dog in tow. 
     During the first two years of our three year tour, I worked as an executive assistant assigned to the Commander's Action Group (CAG), Headquarters, United States Air Forces in Europe.  The CAG provided direct support to the 4-star general serving as USAFE Commander, NATO Allied Air Component Commander, and Joint Air Power Competence Centre Director.  I left this job with a new understanding about how our military operates and a plaque inscribed with the quote, "Was dich nicht umbringt, macht dich stärker."  Roughly translated, it means "what does not kill you, makes you stronger."  The plaque was very fitting and I was delighted to leave that job in August 2007 and return to the classroom teaching 10th grade language arts and coaching varsity cheerleading at Baumholder American High School in Baumholder, Germany. 
     In 2008, it was time to return to the United States.  My husband joined the Aeromedical Evacuation unit and we were stationed at Scott Air Force Base in Belleville, Illinois. Over the next five years, I served as the instructional technologist for Belleville Township High School District 201 and assisted teachers with the effective integration of technology across the curriculum. 
     After 8 years away, my husband finally retired from the United States Air Force and we returned home to Louisiana in August 2013.  During my first year back, I taught Business Law and Journey to Careers at Airline High School, but I could not pass up the opportunity to come home to Haughton High School in 2014.  Deep down, I have always been a Buccaneer. I am very excited that I get to continue my teaching career at the school where it all began.

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Contact Information

Room:  H5

Phone:  (318) 549-5477

E-mail:  Click here

Conference:  9:20 am - 10:50 pm


1st  —  Advanced Career Readiness

2nd —  Conference

3rd  —  Intro. to Business Computer Apps

4th  —  Advanced Career Readiness


Most assignments will be made through Google Classroom.  All assignments will be recorded on the shared "Assignment Log" in Google Drive for each class.


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If you would like to donate items to my classroom, here is a list of items that are used by all students.  Thank you in advance for anything you give!

  1. Kleenex
  2. Hand Sanitizer
  3. Paper Towels
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