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Education


Bachelor of Science Degree (Elementary Education) from Fort Hays State University - 1997

Certified K-9 in all subject areas - 1997

6-12 Language Arts Certification - 2010

Began Graduate classes in in High Incidence Disabilities, Summer 2017



Experience

Taught all levels first through eighth grades at Weskan USD 242 - 1998 through 2011

Long-term High School Interrelated Substitute Teacher at Syracuse USD 494 - 2011-2012

Taught High School English/Art at GCHS, 2012-2017

 



Bio

I was born and raised right here in Tribune, Kansas and attended all my school years here in Greeley County Schools. My husband, Lance, and I  have four children. Landon graduated from FHSU and is the head women's basketball coach at Lamar Community College in Lamar, Colorado. He and his wife, Lauren, welcomed daughter Locklyn Jae on August 26, 2016. Laran was a four-year starter on the Bethany College football team, graduated with a degree in biology, and now farms and is the assistant men's basketball coach for Wallace County. He and his wife, Holly, were married on July 30, 2016. Holly is the JH math instructor here at Greeley County Schools.  Laken is a former FHSU defensive tactics trainer, graduated with a degree in criminal justice, and now farms with his brother and dad. Laken and his wife, Samantha, welcomed a daughter, Remi Ann, on August 11th, 2016.  LaKaya graduated from FHSU with a bachelor's degree in psychology, a master's degree from WSU,  and now is a graduate student at Wichita State University working towards her school psychologist degree. She is a teaching assistant for the Counseling, Educational, and School Psychology Department at WSU for the 2017-2018 school year. LaKaya and her husband, Ty Bieker, were married on June 18, 2016 and reside in Newton, KS.

Additional members of the family include my chocolate and tan dachshund, Daphne, her brother Camo, a chocolate dapple dachshund, a border collie named Tinker, an Australian Shepherd named Buddy, a red heeler named Bozo, and a mixed-breed named Lolly who was dumped at the farm but has wormed her way into our lives. Yes, we love dogs!