Alison Tumblin


Craig Bardo

Starr’s Mill is proud to welcome paraprofessional Alison Tumblin. Tumblin joins the Panther family, after 12 years as a stay-at-home mother and part-time physical education teacher.

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  • Bachelor’s degree from Clemson University in parks, recreation, and tourism management with an emphasis in therapeutic recreation


  • Paraprofessional in the Access program


  • One year as a Child Life Specialist at Shriners Hospital in Greenville, South Carolina
  • One year as a preschool teacher in Pensacola, Florida
  • Three years working at a school for children with dyslexia in Jacksonville, Florida
  • One year as the Residential Coordinator for the Common Training Home program at the Laurens Disabilities and Special Needs Board in South Carolina 
  • 12 years as a part-time physical education teacher at Heritage Christian Academy, while also being a stay-at-home mom 

Starr’s Mill is proud to welcome the multi-talented Alison Tumblin to the Panther family. Tumblin is a paraprofessional in the Access program. 

Tumblin’s husband was in the U.S Navy, so she spent a long time moving around. In 2009, her family finally settled down in Peachtree City when she had her daughter. 

Tumblin previously took a break from working to be a stay-at-home mom, and only worked part-time as a physical education teacher. 

“The hardest part about going back to a full-time job is getting things done at home,” Tumblin said. 

Her favorite part of joining the Panther family is getting to know the staff and students. 

Tumblin says she does not have a lot of free time, but when she does, she enjoys spending it taking care of her farm animals and going to her children’s sporting events.