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About Me

I am a proud graduate of Lubbock Christian University.  I was born and raised in West Texas, but lived for ten years in Wyoming. I am beginning my twelfth year of teaching and my fourth year at Frenship High School.  I'm a pretty big science nerd with a naturally curious mind, so teaching chemistry is the perfect fit for me.  What I love the most about my job is my students because they keep me on my toes and keep me laughing!  
 
I am happily married to my husband, John, and we have two awesome children. Our daughter, Katy, graduated from Frenship in 2015 and is now a Red Raider.  Our son, Ethan, is currently a senior at FHS.
 
When I'm not at school, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends.  I feel the happiest when I'm outdoors, preferably camping or hiking, and I also love reading and live music.  Oh, and not to brag or anything, but I speak fluently in movie quotes.  My students will quickly learn that, in my opinion, the 80's and early 90's will never go out of style!  In fact, my classroom is one giant homage to the 80's because that's just how I roll! 
 
"I have learned that
people will forget what you said,
people will forget what you did,
but people will never forget
how you made them feel."
 ~ Maya Angelou
 
 
 

BLUE DAY:                                                          GOLD DAY:

1st Period - Chemistry                                             5th Period - Pre-AP Chemistry

2nd Period - Chemistry                                            6th Period - Pre-AP Chemistry

3rd Period - Chemistry                                             7th Period  - Pre-AP Chemistry

4th Period - Conference                                        8th Period - Conference

 

 

 

Recent Posts

What is Growth Mindset?

In my classroom, we will talk a lot about the process of learning - what it means and how you can get better at it. Students in my class will be pushed out of their comfort zone as we encourage one another to develop a growth mindset. This is the video I will play for them the first week of class to begin our discussion.