Mrs. Enjuli Bullock, Special Education Teacher/IEP Chairperson



Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor's Degree, Political Science, University of Southern Mississippi M.Ed., Special Education, William Carey University Educational Administration, University of South Alabama

Mrs. Enjuli Bullock, Special Education Teacher/IEP Chairperson

Hello, my name is Enjuli Bullock and I am a special education teacher with Baldwin County Schools. I grew up in Los Angeles, California and moved to South Mississippi as a teenager and into Baldwin County five years ago. I’m married to my husband Terrence, who is a corporate investigator for Alabama Power, former police officer and Marine Corps veteran. We have two children, Savannah and Terrence Jr., who enjoy reading, playing outside and visiting different places around the U.S.

I received my Bachelor’s degree from The University of Southern Mississippi in Political Science with a minor in Spanish and Paralegal Studies. I received my Master’s Degree in Education with an endorsement in Special Education from William Carey University in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. I earned my endorsement in Educational Administration from the University of South Alabama in 2017. I’ve taught U.S. History, Mississippi Studies, World Geography and recently have co-taught 8th grade English Language Arts. I am a special education inclusion teacher for 8th grade English Language Arts and Math who will also focus on increasing student skill and knowledge base through remediation and study skills strategies. I am beginning my 10th year as an educator and my 5th year in Baldwin County.

I love Fairhope and look forward to building lasting relationships in my school and community.