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About the Teacher




My educational background

In May 2013, I am very proud to say I earned a Masters Degree in School Counseling from Alcorn State University.  I am a licensed School Counselor.  Also, I received a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice, with a minor in science from Alcorn State University. Also, I  earned an Associate Degree of Arts from Copiah-Lincoln Community College.   I earned my Diploma from Brookhaven High School.


I, have worked with Brookhaven School District for 9 years.  I began my journey as the In-School Suspension teacher at BES.  Then, I served as the Parent Center Liaison for several years.  In 2013, I had the opportunity to work as interim counselor at Brookhaven Elementary School for several months, in the absence of their counselor. Also, in the spring of 2013, I transitioned to Alexander Junior High School as a 7th grade  World History teacher.  However, the present (2017-2018), school year I am currently teaching Physical Education/Health.   I am looking forward to this strategic journey everyday.  


A little about me...  I enjoy learning and being adventurous while learning.  I believe in having fun!  It is my goal that everyday that I come in contact with your child, I can leave them with something that they didn't know before making contact. I always encourage kids to make wise decisions.  We cannot change other people however we can control or actions.  No matter how bad someone mistreat you, find it in your heart to treat them with great respect and the rest will take care of itself.   

My hobbies include spending time with my family, drawing and painting, Shopping, playing sports, and traveling. I give God all the praise, because it is he that has made all things possible in my life, and I am and will be forever be grateful.


"Even if you fall on your face you're still moving forward"

Victor Kiam


"The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time"

- Thomas Edison


Galatians 6:9  And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not.