Web of Wisdom

"Where Education Meets Adventure"

Alex Trabadji teaches physical education to all grade levels and computer coding for the middle school and high school students.

Gail Pauley is the art teacher for all grade levels. She also spends time tutoring children one on one or in small groups. Gail is a retired RN and enjoys gardening among many other things. She often brings children who have completed their work outside to plant new things or tend to our ever-growing garden.

Ceci Rodriguez teaches high school level math and science courses. Bio to follow.

Nigeria Cole is the middle school and high school level English instructor. Bio to follow.

Kimberly Morrow is the office manager. She can be reached at info@wowschools.org or her direct line, 727-656-4117. 

Diane Smallze teaches third through fifth grade. Bio to follow.

Mallory Cameron assists in all the classrooms. She also works one on one tutoring children. Bio to follow.

​​Meet our teachers

Mila Paunovich is the kindergarten through second grade teaching assistant. Bio to follow.

Jamianne Smallze is our kindergarten through second grade teacher and has worked in child care and education all of her life. She also has an associate degree in Practical Nursing. Jamianne has previously worked in a Montessori school for 13 years and teaching is truly her passion. She not only introduces children to the basics needed to build a strong foundation for a better education, but she instills a love of learning in each and every one of her students. Jamianne enjoys learning new things, traveling to and exploring different places, and sharing those experiences with her students. 

Nathanael Pauley is our sixth through eighth grade teacher. He graduated from Florida Institute of Technology in 2008 with a Bachelors degree in Biological Oceanography. Immediately following his graduation he began working in the Alaskan Bering Sea as a Marine Biologist for the National Marine Fisheries Services. Nathanael worked in Alaska for two years before returning to Florida where he began working as a Wildlife Biologist and Animal Trapping professional. He caught and relocated various animals, from rattlesnakes to wild boar. From there Mr. Pauley took his expertise to the classroom, and he continues to enjoy sharing his experience and knowledge of all things science with his students.