I initially began teaching as a high school teacher of 11th and 12th graders. After about three years of that, I realized that though I loved the subject matter, that age of students was not for me. I never in a million years thought I would be an elementary school teacher, until I began tutoring part-time in an elementary school close to home, and I was hooked. I know it sounds crazy, but I love my 9-11-year-olds! I truly have a passion for helping nurture and develop these children into responsible children who will grow into responsible contributors to society.
I am a passionate and funny teacher who implements visual, audio, and tactile methods to try and get all students involved in the learning process.
Peeler Elementary Teacher of the Year 2014 and 2015.
I matriculated through Bennett College as a Bennett Scholar, and received my Bachelor's degree in English. Then I attended and graduated from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro with a Master's degree in English Literature. After realizing college professorship was not for me, I received my education license through the PAL Program at Greensboro College to teach high school.
I received my Bachelor’s Degree from Bennett College in English, and my Master’s Degree from UNC-Greensboro in English Literature. During my matriculation, I taught GRE Preparatory as a volunteer for Evangel Felowship Church's Positive Direction for Youth and Family (PDY&F) organization, that provides activities for the youth and families in the community. I earned my teacher licensure from Greensboro College. I have taught high school and have worked in elementary school as a certified tutor and school teacher. I have taught my students that working hard and not being afraid of failure are the keys to their success in any area they pursue.