4 years at a science academy teaching the following subjects: Chemistry, PAP Chemistry, AP Chemistry, AP Environmental Science, Earth and Space Science 3 years in Texas public schools teaching the following subjects: 8th-grade Science, 8th-grade History, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Anatomy and Physiology, Earth and Space Science, Environmental Studies
I enjoy projects, labs, and activities that get students up and moving around the classroom!
Claes Nobel Educator of Distinction - 2014 (National Society of High School Scholars, NSHSS); Outstanding AP Teacher Award - 2016 (Campus Award); Student Teacher Academic Recognition Award - 2017 (District Award)
Bachelor of Arts in Geology - Texas A&M University Minor Emphasis in Education - Texas A&M University
As an educator for seven years, I feel like I've been through it all. I've experienced juggling 5 preps, sports, and after-school activities and so much more! Yes, it was hard, but I loved it! I worked so hard for my students and made sure they had the best teacher I could give them. Unfortunately, I was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis at the end of my 4th year of teaching. I tried to manage my disease while continuing to give my job 100% and it proved to be more difficult than I thought. I've since learned that the high-stress job of teaching causes flare-ups in my joints which in turn causes excruciating pain leading to permanent damage. I made a tough decision in 2019 to step away from teaching and focus my career on helping teachers and providing educational services to school's in my local area.