· Sandy has taught Civics, History, Leadership, and English in Pathways as well as Peer Counseling and 9th and 12th grade English.
· Sandy’s commitment extends beyond her classroom as her programs affect the entire student body. Peer Counseling, DB Forum, as well as a number of other programs she has initiated embody the district vision to serve “every student, every day.”
· Sandy advocates for the “emotional and academic well-being of the whole student” and school by working with students to establish, maintain, and build a comprehensive Peer Counseling program.
· In addition to all of her efforts on campus, Sandy continues to develop as a professional educator and has presented at state-wide conferences in 2005 and 2009 for Career & Technical Education conferences.