Bachelor of Arts in Integrated Music Ed. - Lindsey Wilson College
Master of Education in Teacher as Leader - Lindsey Wilson College
At Adair County since: 2017
Originally from Knifley, Kentucky Mr. Humphress is a graduate of Adair County High School and Lindsey Wilson College. Mr. Humphress graduated from Lindsey Wilson College in the spring of 2017 with a Bachelor of Arts in Integrated Music Education. During his time at Lindsey Wilson College, he participated in concert band, marching band, jazz band, and percussion ensembles. Jordan was a member of the Steele Appeal percussion ensemble based out of Campbellsville, Kentucky. He was also selected as a member of the 2016 KMEA Intercollegiate Band as a saxophonist. Furthermore, Mr. Humphress performed in numerous community ensembles in South Central Kentucky. He currently serves as the president of the Lake Cumberland Music Educators Association (LCMEA).
While attending Lindsey Wilson College, Jordan worked as a staff member during the marching band season for Adair County, Taylor County, Wayne County, and various other programs in the Commonwealth. During concert season, Mr. Humphress worked as a staff member at various locations as a private lessons instructor, jazz band instructor, and ensemble instructor. Mr. Humphress student taught at Taylor County High School and Green County Intermediate School where he worked with ensembles from grades 5-12. As a senior at Lindsey Wilson College, Jordan was awarded 2017 Student Teacher of the Year for Music Education.
In his spare time, Jordan enjoys discovering new music repertoire for his students, watching basketball (preferably the Indiana Hoosiers), and spending time with family and friends. He loves trips to Disney World as well as to Indiana to visit his family. Jordan currently lives in Columbia, KY.