Phone: 903-262-1024 ext.6111
Degrees and Certifications:
Trade and Industrial teaching certificate 8-12 Associate of Science/General Studies Bachelor of Arts/Criminal Justice
Mrs. Michele Graybill
I am a Criminal Justice Instructor. My courses include Principles of Law/Public Safety/Corrections/Security, Law Enforcement I, Law Enforcement II, Correctional Services, and Courtroom Services and Practices. I will be teaching Practicum LPSCS and Court Systems and Practices/Criminal Investigations for the 2017-2018 school year, at the Career and Technology Center.
I also sponsor the Criminal Justice Student Association. I am responsible for training these students in various events related to criminal justice, such as; felony traffic stops, crime scene investigation, CERT, First Aid/CPR, building search, Criminal Justice quiz bowl, mock trial and various other leadership events.
I have thirteen years of law enforcement experience and I was hired to start the criminal justice program at John Tyler in 2010.
I have a strong passion for our criminal justice system and every year I look forward to educating my students on our criminal justice system. Integrity and ethics are the most important values that I have, and I instill the importance of those values in my students everyday. I am a firm believer in "lead by example".
Email is the best way to contact me, however; my phone contact is listed under contact information.
9:19-10:49 Court Systems and Practices/Criminal Investigations
11:35-1:02 Court Systems and Practices/Criminal Investigations
2:29-4:09 Practicum in LPSCS
Tutorials: Tuesdays&Thursdays 7:30 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. or 4:45 p.m. - 5:15 p.m.