About Me


Howdy from the great state of Texas! I'm proud to be from the Lone Star State.  I love the wide blue skies, beautiful beaches, parched deserts, bluebonnets and tumbleweeds.  And just in case you are wondering, yes, I wish I had a Stetson, I do own cowboy boots, and my husband drives a pickup truck. LOL!

Bluebonnets and Longhorns from the Great State of Texas!



Want to know a little more about me? In my free time, I look forward to weekends spent exploring estate sales, antiquing, and shopping at farmer's markets. I enjoy trying new recipes and cooking for family and friends. I especially love spending time with my husband and daughter and am an admitted Netflix addict.

 Love spending Saturday mornings shopping for farm fresh produce at the local Farmer's Market.

One of my favorite Netflix Indulgences: 13 Seasons of NCIS!

Professionally, I have had over 25 years experience in education. In that time, I have taught 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students, and worked closely with teachers in PK-5th grade. I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Education with Certification in Reading and a  Master of Science in Administration with Principal Certification.
  


I was born to be an educator.  It is all I have ever wanted to do and is an important part of my life.  The moment I don't love it, I know will be the time for me to retire. Sometimes the school or classroom can feel like a jungle. Despite all the challenges, I strive to stay upbeat, positive and motivated to be the best teacher I can be. Professional learning and continuing to grow as an educator is a must. I believe it is important to create a positive, caring and nurturing environment where student centered learning is the focus. I believe that hands-on, activity based, engaging work provides students with the building blocks to reach high levels of achievement. Building relationships, remaining enthusiastic and keeping the positive energy going is my goal each day. Sometimes it isn't easy, but it is always worth it!



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