Here is a little bit about me:
I am currently my 14th year of teaching. I have been teaching in McGraw for 8 years. My time in McGraw has has been absolutely amazing.
Teaching is more than a job for me it is my passion. I look forward to spending many years in McGraw as a teacher, making a difference in all the lives I come in contact with.
I currently live in Cincinnatus, NY with my husband and two small children on a small hobby farm. In my free time I enjoy cleaning, spending time with my family, horse riding, watching my son and daughter play sports and dirt racing (I don’t drive the car, but my husband and son both race). I love to travel, especially to locations where there is sand and warm weather.
I was born in Houston, Texas, but soon after my parents moved back to Cincinnatus where they grew up. I attended Cincinnatus Central School for my whole elementary and high school career. Growing up in a small community taught me many important lessons about life. Those lessons have been instilled in me today and I firmly believe small communities are the place to live and serve.
After graduating from high school, I attended SUNY Cortland for both my undergraduate and graduate degrees.
Growing up I was blessed with two amazing role models, my mom and my grandma. They both taught me to never give up, persevere through even when it’s tough, be kind, be respectful, but speak the truth, and always give back to those around you.
After losing my grandmother, I learned life isn’t forever and to live every day to the fullest.
I hold current certifications in:
Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education
Bachelor of Science in Childhood Education
Masters of Science in Students with Disabilities
One of my favorite quotes is
There is no straight line to success! ~ Bobby Bones