education, I'm sure began before I
entered the public school system.
If you have a mom that is teacher
and a godmother that is also a
teacher, I'm sure I was read to and
made aware of life skills before
"real" school. When I was
four, I began kindergarten at
Dozier Elementary. I
remember loving to go to the library
to see which book character Ms. Anne
Guilbeaux (librarian) would be
dressed as. I then attended
Erath Elementary (now Erath Middle)
where I became acquainted with
learning how to study and do things
for myself. I then went to
Erath High. My high school
years went so fast. I remember
almost failing Algebra I and
struggling in my math and science
classes. In high school, I
found myself in many sports. I
was team captain of my basketball
and track teams my senior year.
I was lucky enough to be a member of Erath's Sweet Sixteen basketball
team under the coaching of Coach
Ralph Thibodeaux and Coach Lynn
Vincent. That was an
experience that I will never forget.
I was also on the first Erath High
softball team my sophomore year.
I absolutely love sports. I
was even the team captain of our
powder puff team for four years.
This is a football game on the
Wednesday night of homecoming week.
The boys cheer, while the girls play
football. After graduating
from high school in 1996 I attended
USL. In my last semester they
changed their name to
UL. I took many classes,
but my most memorable was a dinosaur
class with Nathan.
from UL in the fall of 2000 and got
my first job at Eaton Park in 2001.
graduated with a Masters in
Educational Leadership from McNeese
State University in December of