I am originally from Omaha, NE and most of my family still lives there. In the fall of 2021, I moved to Lincoln to student teach at LCS and quickly grew to love the community that I found here. I also love that I am close enough to my family to easily visit and be a part of my younger sibling’s lives.
Growing up, I was blessed to attend a Christian school which helped to foster in me a biblical worldview that shapes the decision I make today. Now, my greatest passion is to walk alongside kids as they grow in their relationship with Christ and build a foundation of truth for their lives. God has blessed me with many opportunities to do this from nannying to being a counselor at Royal Family Kids Camp, to now volunteering with the youth group at Heritage and working at LCS.
When I am not at church or school, I love to do anything outside (as long as it isn’t too cold), find new coffee shops, and spend time with my friends and family.
Church: Heritage Bible Church
Volunteer Roles: Youth Group Leader, Young Adults Planning Committee
Philosophy of Education
I believe that education is first and foremost about building relationships. Showing students that I care about them both inside and outside of the classroom is crucial to helping students develop a love for learning. I desire to make the classroom an engaging place of hands-on learning as I engage students in their interests and point them to Christ.
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!