I have been married for 7 years to the love of my life Brad Morrison. I have 3 amazing “bonus” sons Jackson, Noah, and Bradley and a beautiful daughter Brooklyn. I also sing on the worship team at my church and my husband and I lead a small group in our home every week.
I received my Bachelor’s in Education from the University of North Texas in 2007. I received my Master’s degree in Administration from the University of Texas in Arlington in 2017. I taught for 6 years before becoming an administrator. I have also served as a 504 coordinator, the Testing Coordinator, and Assistant Principal.
Throughout my career as an educator, I have found that when students are actively engaged and feel safe, then their academic success rises. It is my goal and mission to make sure that students get to experience cooperative learning in a safe environment where they receive high-quality instruction. I want our students to experience success in all areas of life so we celebrate our students' successes including a new Student of the Month program and our positive office referral initiative.
My vision for this school is:
That we will be THE model and example for every school around us.That our students will lead others with their actions, attitudes, and words. They will ALL use the language of leadership and embody the 7 habits at school and at home. That our staff will communicate effectively with parents, students and community members in a way that builds relationships and bridges.That I will listen well, respond with wisdom in all situations, keep my emotions in check and use God’s word as my example to live by.
I joined our Abilene campus of Texas Leadership Charter Academy in 2015. My husband was transferred to DFW and I was blessed to be able to transfer to the TLCA Arlington campus in 2016. I have experience teaching music and leadership; as well as first and second grade. I have also served our students as our campus reading interventionist.
I grew up in SE Texas and North Carolina. I graduated from Brazosport High School in Freeport, TX and moved to the Arlington area in 2000. I attended TCC, received a BA from UNT in 2006, and my M.Ed. from the University of Texas at Arlington in 2017. I believe in creating a safe environment where students feel comfortable and one where they are able to express themselves freely. My goal is that all children know that they are welcomed and loved each and every day.
During my free time, I enjoy watching classic movies, being outdoors, and spending time with my beautiful family and friends.