I grew up in Arlington and graduated from Arlington High School in 2010. I was highly involved in agriculture and FFA throughout high school, and later attended Tarleton State University, graduating with a Bachelors in Animal Science. I moved back to Arlington after college and worked in the veterinary field for two years before beginning the steps to obtain my teaching certification. I was lucky enough to obtain a position as an Ag Teacher and FFA Advisor in my old school district, traveling between Arlington and Martin High Schools for my first year. It's been so fun and enlightening to see the other side of education.
After being a student for the majority of my life, becoming a teacher has given me a whole new purpose. I love seeing the students get so involved and interested in what they're learning, and succeed in things they might have found difficult before. Watching them learn more about the material, grasping concepts, and enjoying class is rewarding as a teacher. I also enjoy connecting with students through FFA activities such as showing animals, competing in judging contests, participating in leadership events, and more. Watching students evolve their leadership qualities and personal skills makes teaching greatly fulfilling.
Tarleton State University
*All classes located at the Agricultural Science Center
|Period||Time||A Day||Period||B Day|
|1 & 2||7:35-11:00||PRACTICUM IN VETERINARY MEDICAL APPLICATIONS||8||VETERINARY MEDICAL APPLICATIONS|
|3||11:16-12:47||VETERINARY MEDICAL APPLICATIONS
|9||ADVANCED ANIMAL SCIENCE|
|4||1:43-3:14||VETERINARY MEDICAL APPLICATIONS
|11||Workforce Pathway Chair