Degrees and Certifications:
Texas A&M University, B.S. Health Science Texas State University, M.Ed. Health Education
Having grown up in NEISD schools, I am very proud to be serving the students and parents of NEISD as a profession! This will be my 17th year in education, but my 9th year at Tex Hill. I was blessed to open Lopez MS in 2007. During my time at Lopez, I taught 6th, 7th and 8th grade Science! I took a break from the science classroom from December of 2013 to July of 2015. During this time, I served Northside ISD as a Gifted and Talented Teacher at two middle schools. However, I quickly discovered that I missed teaching science, having a 'home school,' and GREATLY missed having a group of kids of my own as a classroom teacher. There is no greater calling than that of a teacher. I truly love my job, and love following my students' lives well after they leave me at the end of their 8th grade year. Whether they know it or not, my students leave a mark on my heart in one way or another. At the end of the day, I'm here for one reason: I'm here to help all of the students who pass through my classroom identify their strengths and show them their potential to grow and succeed.
Aside from teaching my students at Tex Hill, during the summers you'll find me collaborating with other area teachers in developing lessons/activities based on research articles written by scientists at Texas Biomedical Research Institute. This enables me to grow as an educator and network within the educational research community.
I look forward to the 2023-2024 school year! It's a great day to be a Tiger!
1st period (8:25 - 9:11) Science Honors
2nd period (9:16 - 10:04) Science
3rd period (10:09 - 10:55) Science Honors
4th period (11:00 - 11:46) Science Honors
5th period (11:51 - 12:37) Science Honors
Lunch (12:37 - 1:07)
6th period (1:12 - 1:58) Science
7th period (2:03 - 2:49) Conference
8th period (2:54 - 3:40) Science