Mrs. Kim Stoecker
Mrs. Kim Stoecker is in her 25th year as an educator. Mrs. Stoecker began her career in Wilson County at West Elementary School where she taught physical education before moving to Lebanon High School where she served as a biology teacher and head volleyball coach and assistant girls’ basketball coach. Mrs. Stoecker came to Siegel Middle School when it opened its doors in 2001. For six years, Mrs. Stoecker taught seventh grade science and coached the volleyball team and the girls’ basketball team. While teaching at Siegel, Mrs. Stoecker chaired the science department and was named Teacher of the Year in 2006. She also earned a MA degree in Administration and Supervision from MTSU. In 2007, Mrs. Stoecker was named assistant principal. After serving as Assistant Principal for 7 years, Mrs. Stoecker was named Principal of SGM in June 2014. Mrs. Stoecker is married to Patrick Stoecker, and they have three children, Collin, Kara and Ethan. In her spare time, Mrs. Stoecker enjoys spending time with her family, following Notre Dame baseball and football, and traveling to the beach.
Mrs. Tiffany Lee
Mrs. Tiffany Lee is excited to begin her 4th year at Siegel Middle School. Mrs. Lee taught Business Education at Riverdale High School for nine years serving as a Dean as well as the Department Head for the Career and Technical Education Department. Mrs. Lee was also the facilitator for the award-winning Virtual Enterprise program for eight years. She earned her Masters of Education in Administration and Supervision in 2005 and her Specialist in Education in 2007, both from MTSU. Mrs. Lee is married to Brannon Lee, and they have two boys, Lawson, 8 years old, and Easton, 5 years old. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time outdoors with her family and reading.
Mr. Joseph Pace
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Mr. Pace is ready to start his third year at Siegel Middle School. Mr. Pace came to Siegel from Rockvale Middle School where he was a football coach and an Art Educator since 2008. Prior to coming to Rutherford County schools, he began his career in education at Harris Middle School in Bedford County where he also taught Art and coached football. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Art Education from MTSU, and a Master of Arts in Education from Cumberland University where he also completed the Educational Leadership Licensure program. Mr. Pace is married to Danya Pace, and they have two children, Harper and Jonah. When Mr. Pace is away from work, he enjoys spending time with his family, and being outdoors.