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Contact Info:


Work Phone:

(361) 362-6000

Conference Times:

6th Period 1:25 - 2:15

Class Room Number:


About Me

Educational History:

I graduated Valedictorian of my class from Runge High School in June 2010. I received my Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Science with a concentration in Pre-Med and a minor in Chemistry from Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi in May 2016. After college I enrolled in an Alternative Certification Program to earn my teaching certificate and was granted an internship with Beeville ISD in August 2016. Certified Composite Science 7-12 Teacher in August 2017. 

Degrees and Certifications:

August 2017      

Composite Science 7 -12 Teaching Certificate


May 2016       

B.S. Biomedical Sciences

Concentration in Pre-Med and Minor in Chemistry

Texas A&M University- Corpus Christi 


June 2010  

H.S. Diploma, Valedictorian

Runge I.S.D.


Professional Development:

3D Printer Training

Bloodborne Pathogens Training

Child Abuse Training

CPR/AED Training

Gifted and Talented Training

Mental Health Promotion and Suicide Prevention

Sexual Abuse Prevention

Sexual Harrassment Training

TEA HS Science Safety Training

WeTeach_CS Collaborative (Texas State Aquarium) 


Current Position:

This is my fourth year teaching science at AC Jones High School. My CTE classes this year are pathophysiology and forensic science. 


Previous Position:

SOAR Undergraduate Research Exploration (S.U.R.E) Student Researcher

HOPI Lab - Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi

Hyperspectral Imaging of Bacterial Species

Professional skills obtained involved planning an experiment, identifying safety hazards, implementing new standard operating procedures and updating safety protocols in the laboratories.

The experimental purpose was to I.D. bacterial species using spectral reports obtained from hyperspectral imaging techniques. Pseudomonas putida, Escherichia coli, and Serratia marcescens were plated individually and spectral reports of each species showed to have optical properties that could potentially lead to further techniques of rapid identification.


Family Information:

My heart is shared between my boyfriend, Kegan and my 7 year old Siberian Husky, Mya. 

Kegan is a fellow science teacher; he teaches Astronomy and Physics. 

Mya loves long runs on the beach, giving hugs, shaking hands and having zoomies. 


I have a younger sister, Kimberly who will be a Junior at Texas A&M University-Kinsgville this fall. She is pursuing a degree in Veterinary Medicine. 


Personal Information:

My hobbies include 3D printing, fishing, reading, and Pinterest.  

When I am not teaching, I am either relaxing at Padre Island National Seashore or shopping at Half Priced Books. (: 

two redfish 

Google Classroom Codes

Forensic Science:  cxyvjn

Pathophysiology:  4tfbpi


Classroom Number:
School Phone:
(361) 362-6000
Conference Time:
6th Period 1:25 - 2:15

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