Kennedy High School has given me fifteen wonderful years of teaching. The students are terrific, the administration is outstanding, and the Kennedy community is warm and welcoming!
Although I went through High School in a small Panhandle town in Texas, I spent most of my married life in Wyoming. I graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Wyoming with a Bachelor's in American Studies, then a Bachelor's in Education. I was certified in English and Social Studies K-12, and Special Education. Later I completed my Master's Degree in American Studies. I worked with the Whitney Gallery of Western Art at the Buffalo Bill Historic Center in Cody, Wyoming. Later, I built two full-sized museum exhibits and administered grants at the Fossil Country Museum in Kemmerer, Wyoming, and I was a member of the Wyoming Speaker's Bureau. In Wyoming, I taught mostly Special Education.
When Ralph and I moved back to Texas, I was hired to teach Social Studies at John F. Kennedy High School. It is a blessing to teach what I really love!! I have taught World Geography and Pre AP World Geography, World History and AP World History, Psychology and Sociology, as well as sponsoring Student Council. Currently, I teach U.S. History, AP U.S. History, AP/DC U.S. History, and Psychology. I am an adjunct at Palo Alto College and a reader for the College Board.
Feel free to contact me. You can call the school (210-444-8040 extension 3190) or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.