Mrs. Jennifer Gennick
Jennifer Gennick holds a B.A. in Psychology with teaching licensure for grades K-8. She has thirteen years of teaching experience, all in lower grades. She is currently teacher grades 4K and kindergarten.
Mrs. Gennick enjoys working with children. She believes each child is a unique individual and greatly loved by God. Her goal as a teacher, with the guidance of the Holy Spirit, is to help each student make a connection with their Heavenly Father. Academic excellence is another important goal. Through engaging and interactive activities and learning experiences, they will grow academically throughout the school year. Mrs. Gennick believes having a strong start in school is a key to a child’s further success in school. She strives to make her classroom a safe and inviting place where students and parents know they are welcome.
Mrs. Janine Brunet
Mrs. Brunet was born in Takoma Park, Maryland. She has been an Adventist all her life and received her education in Adventist schools. She obtained her elementary education degree from Columbia Union College (now Washington Adventist University). Mrs. Brunet has taught in Adventist education since graduating from college in 1972 with a break of working in the Alumni Office of her college. While there she obtained a second degree in Office Administration. They moved to Mobile in 1990 to be nearer Mr. Brunet’s family. Mrs. Brunet was the office manager for Elementary Education at the University of South Alabama until she began teaching here at Mobile Junior Academy in 1993.
She was the Kindergarten through Second grade classroom teacher for 18 years and now is teaching First through Fourth grades. She also holds a State of Alabama certification.
She’s committed to Adventist Christian education and her goal has been to touch her students’ lives for Jesus and help prepare them for a live of service to others.
Mr. Wesley Gennick
Originally from Chattanooga, Tennessee, Mr. Gennick grew up in a family who believed in the value of Adventist education to the extent that they sacrificed a great deal in order for him to receive a quality education within the Adventist school system. Mr. Gennick has been a Seventh-day Adventist his whole life and was baptised into the church at 10-years-old. He and his wife, Jennifer, have three young children, two of which attend Mobile Junior Academy.
Mr. Gennick has served over 14 years in the Army and Army National Guard as a Medical Specialist, and is currently serving in the Tennessee Army National Guard as a Staff Sergeant and as a senior Non-Commissioned Officer over a squad of junior medical specialists. He has traveled to many areas of the world and has served on two combat deployments to Iraq and Bosnia Herzegovinian.
After graduating from Athens State University with a Bachelors of Science degree in Collaborative Education (special education), Mr. Gennick is prepared to provide a solid education to all learning levels and to meet each student’s edcuational needs. He has worked with at-risk students in special education for two years as a pre-service teacher in the Madison County public schools. Mr. Gennick is now the principal and teacher of grades 5th – 8th grades at Mobile Junior Academy.
“My goal is to share my experience in life in my classroom and to connect Christ into every subject taught here at MJA!”