My Duties-

    I am excited to teach AP Environmental Science, Earth and Its Environment, and STEM courses. In addition, I coach various STEM teams.

    My Education-

    I started my education at Shippensburg University earning a Bachelor's degree in Geo-Environmental Science. I continued to Penn State University where I earned a Bachelor's and Master's degree in Education.  I earned National Board Certification in Adolescent/Young Adult Science in 2009. In 2013, I completed my Post-Masters Educational Administration Certification.  I just earned my Ph.D. in Global STEM Education through Texas Tech University. Spending time collaborating with other teachers from around the world in Lubbock, TX has enriched me as a STEM educator.

    My Certifications-

    I am a PA Certified Teacher in Elementary Education K-6, Early Childhood Education N-3, Earth and Space Science 7-12, Environmental Education K-12, and Principal K-12.  In addition to my high school teaching, I have completed a one-year administrative internship, taught Kindergarten, and Middle School Science. I am also certified to teach in NC and SC.

    My Passions-

    Coaching STEM teams has been my passion for the last five years. Their latest achievement was 2nd place at the National Invention Convention. In addition, I love field courses and have taken graduate field courses at Yellowstone Basin Research Association, Grand Canyon National Park, Assateague Island, Acadia National Park, and New England. I am leading a Discovering STEM in Iceland field study in June 2020. Please click the link on the side for more information!

    Earth and Environmental Science ROCKS!