Ebner,Debbie (CTE-Marketing)
Miss Ebner                                                                                                                                  Progress reports were sent home with students on Wednesday, March 17th.  Parents should review them and sign them.  Progress reports returned Thursday, March 18th with a parent signature will earn 25 bonus points.
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Debbie L. Ebner

Miss Ebner

Miss Ebner graduated with a Bachelor’s in Education from Colorado State University. She most recently taught in Alabama for 4 years at Hewitt-Trussville High School in Trussville, Alabama (a bedroom community of Birmingham).  She was also the Career Technical Education Coordinator for Trussville City Schools.  Previously she taught in Colorado for 4 years in the 1980’s.  Between 1989 and 2003, she was in the car rental industry where she spent time in reservations and operations management, and developed a reputation as a “turnaround manager.”  As a result, she frequently moved around the country working in Charlotte, NC, Scottsdale, AZ, Tallahassee, FL, Charleston, SC, Atlanta, GA, Myrtle Beach, SC, Memphis, TN, Houston, TX, and Fort Lauderdale, FL.  She spent time as a Regional Manager overseeing 21 Training Managers in 64 locations throughout the southeast.  After 11 years, she worked her way up to Corporate Manager of Performance and Learning.  Finding the top of the ladder at corporate headquarters unfulfilling, she left taking 8 months off to decide what she really wanted to do with her life. It became clear that she missed teaching and working with high school students. She began the process of getting recertified and looking for a job. Three years later, a Marketing Education position came open at her local high school in Alabama.


Miss Ebner served as a Board Member for the local Chamber of Commerce in Trussville, AL.  She also acted as the sponsor for the Chamber’s High School Student Ambassador Program.  For the 4 years she taught in Trussville her DECA Chapter was the largest in the state of Alabama all 4 years.  She also served as an Executive Board Member of the National Marketing Education Association from 2007 to 2010. 
Having been a member of DECA at her own high school growing up, Miss Ebner knows from personal experience the difference DECA can make in the life and future success of students. 


In her spare time, Miss Ebner spends time with her cat & dog, flower gardening, and traveling.

"Only the educated are truly free.” (Emerson, 1966). Education will give you the power to become the best at what you choose.

Students received PROGRESS REPORTS on Wednesday, March 8th to be signed by parents/guardians and returned Thursday, March 9th for 25 BONUS POINTS!!!

Welcome to my website! There are lots of great resources here to help my students succeed - from lecture notes to some assignments to study guides for tests. Use them well & you will succeed!

Missed class?
Students must get make up work their 1st day back before (M-F) or after school (M-Th). If you are absent on the day of a test,
you must make up the test on your FIRST DAY back BEFORE (M-F) OR AFTER SCHOOL (M-Th). If you know you are going to be
absent, be sure to make arrangements so that you can take your test your FIRST DAY BACK.

Parents & Students - Feel free to email me
anytime to request a progress report or use the
"Parent Portal" to access the online gradebook.
Questions?Concerns?Please email
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