Just a little information about me:
I am a product of Davidson County Schools and a lifelong resident. As a student, I attended Pilot Elementary, Brown Middle and East Davidson High schools. After graduating, I attended the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and earned a Bachelor of Science in the Education of Deaf/Hard of Hearing (K-12). I worked as an interpreter at Welcome Elementary and China Grove Elementary until obtaining my first teaching position at Thomasville Primary School. Later, I took courses at NC A&T State University and added Cross-Categorical Special Education (K-12) to my license. I came to Davidson County and taught at Stoner-Thomas School for 12 years. While there, I earned National Board for Professional Teaching Standards in Special Needs and attended Gardner-Webb University earning my Master's degree in School Leadership. I had the opportunity to teach at Churchland Elementary for two years and have been an assistant principal for the past four years, split between Denont and Silver Valley (Denton and Brier Creek for one year). I am beginning my 27th year in education.
I am excited to be at Davis Townsend! I have two daughters who attended school here so I have been on the parent side. My husband is also in education and is an assistant principal. We have two daughters in college. I enjoy crocheting, our dogs and spending time with my family.
Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns!