After moving several times though out my early childhood, my family finally put down roots here in Cherokee County. I attended and graduated from Woodstock High School. It is fun to tell my students that I am a Woodstock Wolverine. I make sure they know I support my future Etowah Eagles. I wear my blue and gold with pride!
I attended Kennesaw State University where I graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology Education. Originally, I was looking forward to teaching high school biology. However, I was lucky enough complete my final semester of student teaching here at ET Booth. I discovered how much fun middle school students can be! After student teaching, I was hired on to teach eighth grade physical science. My second year teaching I was moved to seventh grade life science (my absolute favorite!!) and I have been teaching life science ever since. For the thirteen years I have been at Booth, I have had the privilege of coaching our Science Olympiad team and serving students as a facilitator for our rainbows program.
I love spending all my free time with my two little girls (7 and 4 years old) and my husband. We enjoy girl scouting, taking care of our pets (including our four chickens) and going on family adventures in our RV.
I am so grateful to be here at ET Booth. I am looking forward to teaching here for many years to come!