Position / Department:
Teaching for MPS since:
Teaching at Madison HS since:
Cause and effect, Usually, if you work for it, you can get it.
If you burn your mass, then you will sit on a blister (updated version of your actions have consequences).
I was a lifeguard for 4 years.
Bachelor of Science.
1610 soon to be 1605, 1606
Did you go directly to college / work or did you follow another route?
Yes, but then I went back after having children.
Activities Involved In While In College:
- Phi Theta Kappa
- Lutheran Collegians
- Big -Brother -Big Sister
- Swim Pals for autistic children
- American Chemical Society
Rewarding Moment at Madison HS:
Watching a student have an “aha moment” when finally getting how to balance equations.
Tell us your story. How did you get to where you are today?
PERSEVERENCE: Success and failure. I tried things; usually I succeeded and sometimes failed (THREE TIMES I took third semester calculus so I could finally pass) However, I always kept jumping the “hoops” I needed to jump to get to my end goal.
Almost everything on this earth worth having requires work and perseverence. No one can “give” you an education. It is a shiny jewel that can never be taken from you. So take advantage of your opportunity to get an education.