I have an Associates of Arts in General Studies with a minor in German from Missouri Southern State University and a Bachelors of Science in Environmental Science with an emphasis in Biology from Southeast Missouri State University. I have a Masters of Natural Science with an emphasis in Biology and complementary focus area of Environmental Science from Southeast Missouri State University.
I have been teaching middle school and high school science at Leopold R-III since 2008. Currently, I also teach Biology for Living-BS108 for Southeast Missouri State University through Leopold R-III. Prior to teaching, I worked in the field of wildlife conservation at Mingo National Wildlife Refuge and taught as a graduate assistant at Southeast Missouri State University, where I discovered my interest in teaching.
I live in the Glennon area with my husband, Keith, and our two children, Joshua and Caroline.
I enjoy various activities including canning, turkey hunting, fishing, and spending time with my family.
Skydiving at 16 years old, but you'll have to wait for my lesson on terminal velocity to hear the rest of the story...
1st Hour – Earth Science – 8th Grade
2nd Hour – Chemistry – 10th Grade
3rd Hour – Prep hour
4th Hour – Human Anatomy & Physiology – 12th Grade
5th Hour – Physical Science – 9th Grade
6th Hour – Biology/BS-108 – 11th Grade
7th Hour – Life Science – 7th Grade
Updated: Monday, November 19, 2018