I am grateful and honored to serve as the principal at the alternative campuses. Our goal is to meet students where they are in order to help them reach their goals.
I graduated from Texas Tech University in 1995 and spent the next ten years teaching high school and junior high students. I started teaching in Angleton in 1998 and loved the schools and community. After completing my master's degree, I accepted my first administrator position in 2006 at Danbury Middle and High School.
I came back to Angleton ISD in 2010 as principal of JJAEP and juvenile detention. For the past several years, I have served as the principal of CATS Academy, JJAEP, juvenile detention and PACE Academy.
Each day, I look forward to growing and learning with the students and staff on these campuses. Education is the key to a bright future and I am committed to working to make our school the best they can be.