I became a teacher later in life when I decided to pursue my college degree in nutrition, but I fell in love with the students I was working with at the time subbing at my kid's school district. I was a substitute working while getting my degree in the multi-handicap classroom and knew that was where my heart needed to be. Although nutrition was my passion, I felt the need to work with students and show everyone that they can do and learn just like everyone else no matter what struggles they face.
Students learn that communication within the team is a key component just like in a job. Responsibility in their work, completing it and staying on track is in their hands which also builds skills they need after high school whether going to college or seeking employment. We are here to provide them with the best education and their education lies within their own hands.