Brett Andrews, Sixth Grade Math
Brett Andrews joined the St. Luke School faculty in 2019 and has been teaching for ten years. He is highly qualified to teach math, science and social studies. He is married to Amanda and has a son named Eason and a daughter named Morgan. He spends time outside of the classroom with his family as much as possible. He loves outdoor activities and also enjoys building and repairing things.
Stacy Lacy, Sixth Grade Science
Stacy Lacy is originally from Michigan but has lived in Georgia over 15 years. She and her husband have been in Columbus almost nine years. She taught in the Muscogee County school system for eight years before joining the St. Luke School faculty in 2018. Her husband is a pastor at North Highland Church and they have two boys, ages 11 and 4, who attend St. Luke School. Teaching is Mrs. Lacy’s heart’s passion and she is so excited to teach your Lions.
Anne Plott, Sixth Grade Language Arts
Anne Plott has a degree in English Literature. She has been employed at St. Luke since 1995 and has served in various roles in St. Luke School and the Early Learning Center. She is a life-long member of St. Luke United Methodist Church.
Sarah Kate Prather, Sixth Grade Social Studies
Sarah Kate Prather graduated from the University of Georgia with a B.S.Ed in Middle School Education, specializing in social studies and mathematics. She completed her student teaching in Quito, Ecuador. She is excited to be part of the St. Luke School family as a teacher, club sponsor, and coach.