I’m thrilled to be working through my 14th year here at Honey Creek. I graduated from The University of Michigan in 1999 with a BA in Elementary Education, endorsements K-8, and 6-8 Language Arts and Social Studies. After working for three years teaching 4th grade in a private school in Grand Blanc, I moved back to Ann Arbor in 2002 and found my professional “home” at Honey Creek in the Fall of 2003. The 4/5 classroom is definitely my favorite age and grade level, but I have taught and learned from students in preschool through college levels. I graduated in Fall 2011 with a Master’s degree from Ferris State University in Curriculum and Instruction, with an added endorsement in Philanthropic Studies and Non-Profit Organizations in Education (WD). In addition to teaching here, I am also a mother of two boys, Liam (2/3) and Nolan (K/1), who both attend HCCS. My husband Scot and I live with our little family (including two beastly dogs) out on a small three acre farm near Chelsea.
Go big, or go home. Or... go home on the big 19th century bicycle. Or... not, because it's bolted to the floor. Contrary to what my son Liam thinks, this is not a "bicycle built for two." (OR three, Nolan.) This is from an excellent Transportation through Michigan's History exhibit at the Sloan Museum in Flint, Michigan.