I began teaching at HHS fall of 1999. I graduated from Kent State University where I played field hockey and softball. I received a BS in Health and Physical Education and received Masters degree in the Art of Teaching from Marygrove College in 2003. Currently I teach Physical Education, Health, and Adapted Physical Education.Personally, I reside in Kent with my husband and 3 boys. In my free time I coach field hockey with the high school program. I also enjoy fitness, family hikes, baking and watching my boys from the sidelines in baseball, ice hockey and flag football.I feel very fortunate to teach in Hudson and work with such great students and the teachers that surround me. My goal is to provide a positive experience for your child and fulfill their potential in health and physical education.