• Wendy Herndon
    Wendy Herndon
    Phone: 342-2670
    Grade: 9th-12th
    Subjects: Health, LIFE, Weight Training & Peer Leader Advisor
    1st Period
    Peer Leaders
     2nd Period       Prep
    3rd Period Weight Training
    4th Period Health
    5th Period LIFE (Physical Education)
    6th Period Health
    7th Period Team Sports/Fitness and Conditioining
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    • High School: Wilcox Academy
    • Shelton State
    • Ohio University
    • BS University West Alabama

    • 1997-2007 American Christian Academy
    • 2007-Present Tuscaloosa County High

    My name is Wendy Chapman Herndon.  I am from Northport, Alabama.  I attended Faucett-Vestavia Elementary, Collins-Riverside Middle School and graduated from Wilcox Academy in Camden, Alabama.  After high school I went on to play softball for Shelton State and Ohio University.  I then returned to Alabama and met and married my husband Jay.  My husband works at running our family cattle farm.  We have two children.  Our daughter Jaymie is a 2012 graduate of TCHS and is married to Jeremy Tisdale and works at Taylorville Primary. She and her husband are expecting our first grandchild in May 2019.  We are looking forward to the arrival of Grayson "Gray" James Tisdale.  Our son Caleb is a 2016 TCHS graduate and attends Shelton State on a full scholarship from Nucor Technical Academy.  He will finish with an Industrial Electrical Maintenance Technology degree and a welding degree in May 2019 and has already excepted a position with Nucor Steel of Tuscaloosa.  We live in the Taylorville community and are active members of Valley View Baptist Church.  I enjoy spending time with my family, spending time at the beach, scrapbooking, and watching, talking and playing sports.  I am in my twelfth year at County High.  Before coming  here I taught and coached at American Christian Academy for ten years.  I love being at Tuscaloosa County High and working with the students here.  I hope to teach and coach here until I retire.  Go Wildcats!