I love kids. I love how smart and empathic they are. I love being steeped in their energy, enthusiasm and vision. My life has been rich, as I have known kids.
I have taught in DPS since 1987, following a stint in New York and Paris. I graduated from Sarah Lawrence College with a liberal arts degree. My concentration of study was Languages and History. A decade later, I earned a Masters in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Colorado-Denver. In 1991, I taught a highly gifted bi-lingual, mixed age class at Bradley Elementary. The pilot program ended, but I have been associated with gifted children since.
My tenure at Hill Campus of Arts and Sciences began in 2004. In the succeeding decade, students and I have worked to embrace programs from student council to Junior Honor Society and now, speech and debate. There has been a learning curve, to be sure, but it has all been gratifying. Each day, I look forward to our next adventure.