Ms. Enloe

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Ms. Enloe

From Knoxville, TN, Ms. Enloe attended the University of South Carolina as an undergraduate in the Dance Education program and earned her degree with K-12 teaching certification. During her time at USC, Ms. Enloe taught at a local dance studio for ages 18 months to 13 years in ballet, tap, and jazz. She was also a student in the South Carolina Honors College, and received the Magellan Scholar award her senior year for work on the iDance SC project with Dr. Mila Parrish that taught dance to a local high school through videoconferencing. She was one of the founding members of the dance department's first student organization, the National Dance Education Organization at USC (NDEO at USC) and served as President for three years as well as attended and assisted in various NDEO and SCDA conferences. She has performed in USC productions of "Divine Comedy", "Diversions of Angels", and multiple USC Student Showcases, as well as choreographed various works for the USC stage including contemporary-jazz piece "Cohort Conspiracy" and tap piece "We Got Together".

After graduation, Ms. Enloe was the dance specialist at Southeast Middle School and C.A. Johnson High School in Richland District One schools in Columbia, SC, and completed her Master's in Early Childhood Education at USC in August 2013. She has also worked as a mentor for "Dancers Connect", a program that brings together middle/high school dance students with USC dance education students for free classes on Saturdays in Columbia. She presented on this program at the 2012 NDEO conference in Los Angeles as well as the 2013 conference in Miami. She also presented at the conference in Phoenix, AZ  October 2015 on dance & technology, and will be presenting at the 2019 NDEO national conference this October in Miami. Ms. Enloe is also active in her professional state organization,  South Carolina Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (SCAHPERD), and is currently President until November 2019.  She was also recognized as the Oakbrook Middle's Teacher of the Year for 2018.

The 2019-20 school year is her eighth year as the dance teacher at Oakbrook Middle School and tenth year in the public schools, and is very excited to see both new and familiar faces in the dance classroom.