A Little Bit About Me......
I graduated from Richard Stockton College of NJ in 2003. While there, I studied Oceanography and Chemistry. I was really interested in what nutrients, ions, and pollutants were in seawater, and how they interacted or affected different marine life or the marine environment. Additionally, I was an Ambassador for the college, helping perspective and new students get acquainted with the campus and what the school had to offer. So, if any of you want to know more about Stockton, feel free to ask.
I am a total animal lover! I have many pets at home. Shamus and Guinness are both rescued pit / lab mixes, and the source of endless shenanigans at home. They love to wrestle, play tug, fetch, and of course get treats! There are plenty of fish to tend to at home as well.
This is my fifteenth year at EHTHS. I have taught both chemistry and oceanography here so far, and love doing both. I also coach girls’ volleyball in the fall. EHTHS has been a wonderful place to be, and I hope to stay for many years to come.