Ms. Erin Crossan began her professional life in 1991 as an aircraft mechanic in the USAF, maintaining and repairing F-16s. In her twelve years, she held positions and responsibilities crucial to both the safety of her subordinates and essential to the mission. These included supervising and evaluating airmen, running flight-line operations, and supervising phase dock inspections. In 2002, Erin Crossan left active duty to become an AF Reservist. In this capacity, she served as a mobility specialist ensuring the fighter squadron was 100% mobility ready and included maintaining updated vaccinations, coordinating transportation and logistical strategies with military organizations worldwide.

After moving to Utah (2008), Erin transferred from serving the military to serving the community as an assistant teacher at Evergreen Montessori. This experience sparked a passion for education, and she spent the next four years pursuing a MAT. Once licensed in 2016, Ms. Crossan accepted a position as a long-term aide serving all 6th and 7th grade SPED students at AMHS. Erin also volunteered as the northwest region’s Girl Scouts of America chairperson during this time. In 2017, Ms. Crossan accepted an ELA teaching position at Fort Campbell High School, where she has taught 9th/10th ELA, 9th/10th World Literature Honors, and AP Seminar and Research. She has also worked as the school’s site literary leader, CSI member and chairperson, freshman sponsor, data team member, and Core Committee chairperson. At FCHS, she was also nominated for the 2019-2020 DoDEA Educator of Promise award.

TOY Fort Campbell HS
Ms. Erin Crossan 9th and 10th Grade ELA Teacher
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