I can't believe it, but this is my 26th year to teach...that is over a quarter of a century! Time flies when you're having fun!
This is my 19th year in Tomball and I love being here. I spent 13 years up on the north side of this district at Decker Prairie Elementary and joined the WCES staff a few years ago. I have taught 3rd and 4th grade, and all content areas.
I graduated from Montgomery High school and did my undergraduate work at Sam Houston State University. I started my teaching career in Cy-Fair ISD where I taught 3rd grade for 7 years, six of which were the Gifted and Talented class. While in Tomball, I have taught many different populations of students including Gifted and Talented children as well as Special Education students. In 2016, I earned my Master's degree in Literacy Studies from the University of Texas at Arlington.
I love to travel and have been all over the United States and have even made it to a few countries overseas! This summer, I drove with my dog, Buddy, up to Colorado to see my parents for a few weeks. Buddy LOVES Colorado just as much as his mommy does. He loved running off-leash in the mountains, loved playing with my parents' dog, Tessie, and LOVED discovering new, disgusting things to roll in!! Need-less-to-say, he learned what "bath" means. :) Kids, you will hear MANY Buddy stories this year! He is my baby.
I look forward to working with all of you this year. Thank you so much for letting me teach your child!