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I attended Ball State University on an athletic scholarship for softball.  I earned my Bachelors Degree in Physical Education.  I continued my education at Grand Canyon University earning a Masters Degree in Education.  My experience includes middle and high school Physical Education, varsity softball Coach at Agoura High, ninth grade AVID, fitness coordinator, department chairperson, and Freshman Class Advisor. I am proud to have been elected Associated Student Body Teacher of The Year in 2011 and 2018! 

I am passionate about increasing student fitness and awareness for health. I love being a Centaur and actively involved in our community! I coach my own children in softball and baseball and love spending time with my family.

I look forward to an excellent year!


Kenta Yamaguchi came in first place today for freshman boys running a timed mile at 6:38 and Hakim Oliver coming in second running a timed mile at 6:58

Cheya Potter first period ran timed mile with Brandy coming in at 8:17

She was top of class today for the female runners

Highly Recommended sunblock

Dear students and parents,

I want to share the sun blocks that come highly recommended from Chief of Dermatology at Kaiser in Woodland Hills.  Dr. Twersky recommends these sunblocks because they are the least intrusive for our immune systems.  Less chemicals with the 2 most important fighting agents. Zinc Oxide and Titanium.  The websites are posted on my page and as follows (more expensive for teens and adults)  (more affordable and caters to sensitive skin) called baby faces