MIddle Campus ESS Department Chair
Emily Stapp joined the ANCS family in the 2016-2017 school year. She has taught for eleven years. Ms. Stapp received her B.S. from the University of Pittsburgh and Masters of Science in Teaching from Pace University.
Ms. Stapps’s area of teaching expertise is special education. Prior to teaching at ANCS, she was a school support team member at 2 residential treatment centers for children and adolescents in Atlanta. She also was a social worker/case manager at a special needs foster and adoption agency. Ms. Stapp was a NYC Public School teacher (special education/self-contained classroom setting) for 5 years in Brooklyn as a part of the NYC Teaching Fellow’s program. Most recently, she was a special education teacher at a DeKalb county charter school, working in resource and co-teaching models.
In her free time, Ms. Stapp enjoys reading, dining out, exploring Georgia on walks and hikes, and spending time with family and friends. She is a resident of Ormewood Park and is a proud mother to her daughter and son, Georgia.