I entered the world of education through my school district's Mentoring Program in 2006. From there, I knew I wanted to be involved in educating our youth as a full time teacher, so my new journey in life began. After working as a paraprofessional in an Elementary Self-Contained Autism classroom for 3 years, I got a job as an interrelated teacher at the high school level. I worked as a co-teacher for 2 years before obtaining a co-teaching/resource teacher at Glanton Hindsman Elementary. I am very excited to be back in an elementary setting, and I am thankful that God opens doors that I didn't know existed.
I am looking forward to a great school year as a Wildcat member of Glanton-Hindsman.