Degrees and Certifications:

Melinda Hall

Melinda Hall is currently in the elementary gifted education teacher for St. Bernard Parish. She has spent her entire career in the St. Bernard Parish School System and has taught at both the elementary and middle school levels. She loves teaching, especially engineering, computer coding, math, presidential history, and writing.

She is certified to teach gifted education and kindergarten through eighth grade. She also has a master’s degree in educational administration. She works with the Academic Games program at all grade levels, coaches the district’s elementary team, serves on the National Board for the Academic Games League of America, and judges both Equations and On-sets at the national competitions. She enjoys working with the Mississippi River Delta Institute and loves teaching students about the beauty and importance of our wetlands and river. She has been extremely involved in the St. Bernard Parish Reading Association for over twenty years and helps with the Districts Young Authors’ Program.

Mrs. Hall is most proud of her son Zachary, who currently attends Tulane University. She is a lifelong resident of St. Bernard Parish and lives with her husband, Rusty and son. In her free time, she teaches an indoor cycling class, lifts weights, practices yoga, swims, reads, and occasionally plays golf.