I am married to Tim and we have 3 boys: Dylan, Tommy, and Sam, 1 who graduated from LCS and 2 that attend LCS. I was blessed to stay home with them for 10 years, until going back to teaching. They are very involved in boy scouts, baseball, football, and church.
Their activities keep us very busy, but I also spend my free time with friends and family, small groups, baking, running and leading a girls Bible study.
Church: Hope Community Church
Philosophy of Education
I believe as an educator that my role is to serve as a guide and leader to the children that God entrusts to me. My first goal is to teach them about the love and gift of salvation that Jesus has for each of them. I want them to learn to love the Lord with all their heart, soul, and mind, and to love their neighbor as themself. My second goal is to help them develop a life-long love of learning by making learning fun, active, and meaningful.
I believe that God created us all special and unique, and therefore, no two children are exactly the same, or learn the same. For that reason, I have a lot of variety in our classroom, from whole group, to small groups, to partner/individual work time, as well as hands-on, musical, kinesthetic, and visual activities throughout the day.
I encourage academic excellence because we want to give our best to God everyday!
Lincoln Publc School Substitute
Aug 2002- June 2012
Aug 1999-June 2002
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 baseball card. Help Judah and the Foundation reach their goal of raising $150,000 between now and May 26. With a $150,000 match from two generous supporters, we could raise $300,000 to impact students through the new Scheels Center and classrooms currently being built at Lincoln Christian. See you on May 26th at Scheels!