Degrees and Certifications:
Alumni of William Peace University General Education: K-6 Special Education: K-12
I am so excited for another year as part of our Swift Creek learning community! This is my third year at SCMS and I will be teaching 6th grade Math and ELA. Last year, I served as the Math Remediation teacher for 6th, 7th, and 8th grade. Previously, my role was with 6th grade Exceptional Children.
I have been an educator for 9 years. I had the amazing opportunity to teach overseas in South Korea for two years. Upon returning to the States, I began my career in Wake County working with Special Education. I graduated from William Peace University in 2011 where I obtained licensure in General Education: K through 6th and Special Education: K through 12th. I have a fur baby named Avery. She is a Morkie, completely spoiled rotten, and ridiculously adorable!
Information about objectives currently being taught and assignments for your child can all be accessed on Google Classroom. If additional information is needed, please feel free to email me.
I look forward to building relationships with my students that will increase confidence for academic success!
Virtual Learning Schedule
8:30-9:25 6 Math
9:40-10:10 STAMP (Monday ONLY)
10:15-11:10 Recording and uploading instructional videos
11:15-12:10 Virtual office hours
1:00-1:55 6 ELA
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