Degrees and Certifications:
BS in Health Ed: Sam Houston State University MS in Spec Ed: Johns Hopkins University
Mrs. Linda Robinson
I have been teaching for several years in a number of settings, whether it be indoors or outdoors. I have worked in a variety of states and gained as much experience as I could from the students I have worked with and the programs I was a part of over the years. I have always enjoyed working with young adults and decided to get my Master's degree in Special Education at Johns Hopkins University in Maryland. I moved back to Texas in 2005 to raise my sons and be closer to my family. I continue to work and find ways to improve and develop skills to work more effectively with all students.
When I am not teaching, I enjoy cycling, swimming, kayaking and being outdoors. My husband and sons have been competing in adventure races, running and mt bike races, which is a great way to spend some quality family time, competing and getting dirty. I am looking forward to working with your child and getting to know them inside the classrooms and outside the classrooms too. Parental support is paramount to the success of students and I look forward to working with your family.
Learning is not attained by chance, it must be sought for with ardor and diligence. by: Abigail Adams
1st Period 8:25-9:14: 6th grade AVID
2nd Period 9:18-10:04: 6th grade AVID
3rd Period 10:08-10:54: 7th grade AVID
4th Period 10:58-11:44: Conference
5th Period 12:22-1:08 7th grade AVID
6th Period 1:12-1:58: 8th grade AVID
7th Period 2:02-2:48: 8th grade AVID
8th Period 2:52-3:40: Coordinator Duties