Phone: 205-414-3700


Degrees and Certifications:

BS in Early Childhood Education from The University of Alabama MA in Curriculum and Instruction from The University of Memphis Masters +45 from Cumberland University 2012 Reading Institute Columbia University 2013 Writing Institute Columbia University 2007-08 Teacher of the Year for Mountain Brook Elementary 2013 Margaret Spencer Ragland Award for Mountain Brook City Schools 2014-15 Teacher of the Year for Mountain Brook Elementary 2014-15 Elementary Teacher of the Year Mountain Brook City Schools 2015 MBS Innovation Grant Winner - MBE Makerspace Team 2017 to Present BWF Robotics Coach 2018 Alabama State Robotics Teamwork Challenge Winner 2018 Alabama State Robotics STEM Winner 2019 Alabama State Robotics Teamwork Challenge 3rd place and Build Award Winner 2019 Worlds Robotics Energy Winner and 6th place Teamwork Challenge Cassini Division 2020 MBS Innovation Grant Winner - BWF 2020 Alabama State Robotics Teamwork Challenge Winner 202 Alabama State Robotics Teamwork Challenge 3rd place

Mrs. Jennifer Jinnette

2021-2022 will be Jennifer Jinnette's 34th year of teaching. This is her sixth year at Brookwood Forest Elementary, the past thirteen of which have been at Mountain Brook Elementary.  Before being hired by MBS, she taught seven years in Germantown, Tennessee, and eight years in Brentwood, Tennessee.  Kindergarten is her love, but she has also taught first grade.
Jennifer is married and a mother of two boys.  Her hobbies are learning, reading, sewing, golfing with her boys, and playing with her dogs, Suzy, Drake and Bella and a cat named Pete Wilson.  On fall Saturdays, she can be found watching Alabama football games with her entire family -  a fourth generation tradition.
In Jennifer's classroom, customized learning is essential.  She uses the workshop approach to teach reading, writing, mathematics and play.  This approach allows her to work with individual children in these areas.  Her students also learn to be "Ranger Ready" by being the type of person who can live in the world empathically, optimistically, persistently, with flexibility, and resilience.  She wants your children to love school, become avid readers, write to change the world, use math in everyday life, and find the engineer in themselves to become creative in science, technology, and play.