About me



After graduating from Cumberland Valley High School in 2000, I attended Millersville University and graduated with honors in 2004 with a B.S.Ed. degree in Spanish.  I spent my junior year studying abroad in Chile, where I had the adventure of a lifetime as I traveled within Chile, Argentina, and Peru.  

In 2004, I began teaching Spanish classes at Shikellamy High School.  This is my twelfth year of teaching and I am excited to teach Spanish and English classes.  Click on one of the links on my Welcome page to find out more about my daily schedule and the courses I am teaching this year.

I am married to Mr. Morrison, who used to be a social studies teacher at SHS.  Now he is an assistant principal at another school district in the area.  We have a seven-year-old daughter who keeps us very busy.  We have two dogs that we adopted from a rescue organization.  I hope to continue to travel, read, gather more materials, and have more experiences to share with my students.