6th Grade Teacher
I graduated from Tom Bean High School in 1995. From there, I attended Grayson County College for two years. I transferred to Southeastern Oklahoma State University to work on my education degree.
I am a firm believer that in order to grow, we must continue to learn. I have attended many professional development workshops to help me become a better teacher. One of the most influential would be ABYDOS Writing. This has helped me become more comfortable with being a writing teacher. The more you learn, the more you will succeed!
I became a Wildcat because after attending football games during the 2017-2018 year, I witnessed the community and family feeling of Paris ISD. Becoming a Wildcat has been a dream for a couple of years. This will be my second year at Crockett Intermediate. I am new to 6th grade, but taught 5th grade ELAR last year. I am excited about this school year!
I began my teaching career in 1999, at Bells Elementary. While there, I taught 3rd grade, Special Education, and 5th grade. We moved to Honey Grove, where I taught 4th grade ELAR and Social Studies.
My pride and joy is my daughter, Chloe, who will be attending PJH this year as an 8th grader. She loves to sing and dance. She is xcited to become a Wildcat this year! We have 3 silly dogs….Ruby, Lollipop, and Lenny. We are always busy!
I love to scrapbook. Being able to preserve the memories of what we have done on vacations or just on a fun weekend is my favorite thing to do! I also enjoy spending quality time with my friends and family. Chloe and I vacation with my mom when we can. Our last trip included sleeping in a treehouse above the lions and tigers!