Inclusive Early Childhood Education with an endorsement in Special Education in
University of Nebraska - Lincoln 2017
I grew up in Lincoln. I have three sisters and we are all very close. I come from a family of educators. Many people in my family are involved or have been involved in teaching in some way.
Church: Cornerstone Baptist Church
Volunteer Roles: : I have helped in a few different ways at church. I have been a worker in the nursery, helped with Kids4Truth, helped in VBS, and taught Sunday school for 4th-6th grade. This year, I will be helping with pre-k-1st grade Sunday school class. In Kearney I was part of Truth Expedition at church.
Philosophy of Education
I believe God made every child different, special, and unique, with unique gifts. Children need to interact with each other and the content to learn. Children need to move and wiggle, as well as learn to be still and calm. Most importantly, each child needs to feel loved, comfortable, and safe in a learning environment. God tells us to “train up a child in the way he should go” and I believe Christian education really impacts a child in a way of partnering with families to follow this command from God.
Lincoln Christian School is an independent PK-12 Christian school that has provided quality Christian education to Lincoln and the surrounding communities since 1951. With over 700 students, the school is fully accredited by the State of Nebraska and the North Central Association (NCA) as well as certified by the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI).
Lincoln Christian School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students of Lincoln Christian School. The School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, financial aid programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.
What happens when you set a lion loose in Scheels?
The Lincoln Christian School Foundation invites you to visit Judah the Lion at Scheels on Thursday, May 26 for Give to Lincoln Day. Come have your picture taken with Judah and receive his rookie season collectible trading card. Help Judah and the Foundation reach their goal of raising $300,000! With $150,000 in giving and $150,000 matching gift from two generous supporters, we could raise $300,000 to impact students through the five new classrooms and the Scheels Center currently being built at Lincoln Christian School. See you on May 26th at Scheels!