I have had the pleasure and honor of working for Milwaukee Public Schools for the last 27 years. I started off as a paraprofessional while I was going to college in 1992, and graduated and became a teacher in 1996. Although I have worked at several different schools, I began my career at Greenfield sixteen years ago. I taught third grade for fifteen years, and moved up to become a fourth grade teacher last year. I earned my teaching degree at the University of Milwaukee-Wisconsin, and later earned a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Cardinal Stritch University.
As an educator, I love to see my students grow and improve throughout the school year and beyond. The main message I give to my students is that it all starts here, in the classroom, at Greenfield School. I have high expectations for all of my students, and know that they can all do great things! Over the years, I have bumped into former students and am filled with so much pride when I hear about their successes! If we work together—parents, teachers, and students—I know that we will continue to be successful, and that the children of Greenfield School will continue to flourish!