I was raised in Gulf Breeze and attended Gulf Breeze Elementary, Middle, and High School. Half of my elementary teachers are now my colleagues. In high school, I completed the dual enrollment through Pensacola Junior College and graduated with my AA one month prior to graduating with my high school diploma. The following year I began the Physical Education Teacher Education program at the University of West Florida. I completed numerous practicum hours and my full student teaching at Gulf Breeze Elementary School, and I was lucky enough to take over the PE position after Ms. Davidson retired several years ago!
Mrs. Stump graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi with a B.A. In Music Education. She is certified in Instrumental and Choral Music K-12 and in Special Education. She also held National Board certification from 2004-2014. Prior to becoming an elementary music teacher, she taught middle school band for 17 years. She is very passionate about the idea that "all students can be taught to be tuneful, beatful, and artful" (Dr. John Feierabend). When not making music with your children, she enjoys spending time with her husband Joel, her daughter Chloe, and her cat Maggie.
Academic Intervention Specialist
Kim Browning started her college career at The Ohio State University but when she moved down to the panhandle she earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education from the University of West Florida. Mrs. Browning is certified in Exceptional Student Education and has her Reading and ESOL Endorsements. She has been teaching since 2009 and has been at GBE since her first year. Her passion is her family and the bands and choirs that they perform in, as well as, READING! She loves helping others fall in love with reading. "Oh, the places you can go...when you are reading!"