I am very excited to be the principal of John Adams Elementary and consider it a great honor to serve Adams’ students and families. Adams is an excellent facility of learning with talented teachers whom have proved their ability time and time again.
I began my career as an educator the Fall of 2000 and have experience teaching 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grade. I taught at Brockland Elementary School for eight years and two years in Colorado Springs. For three years, I served the district as an Instructional Elementary Math Coach, and began my administration career as Principal of Wilson Elementary School in the Fall of 2014. I am honored to be the current principal of John Adams.
I truly enjoy the career of education. I love helping students learn and come to realize that they are capable of experiencing success in education as well as in life in general. I do truly believe that all students can learn.
I am also a product of Lawton Public schools, and feel we offer our students and excellent education. During my educational career as a students, I attended Geronimo Road Elementary until my family moved to from Ft. Still to Lawton. I then attend Westwood Elementary for sixth grade, then Tomlinson Jr. High as well as Eisenhower High School.
Family is also of upmost importance to me. I have a daughter, Micah, and two nieces that are very important to me. My daughter will be attending Seminole State College and plans to earn a degree in Forensic Anthropology. Her career plans are to work for the Criminal Justice System. My niece, Naomi, is currently attending Lawton High, and Taylor is currently attending Tomlinson.