2008 graduated from Uniontown High School
2008-2010 played 2 yrs of basketball at Neosho County Community College
2010-2013 graduated from Emporia State University
Bachelors in Teaching Science
Worked 2 yrs with Kansas Wildlife and Parks monitoring the migration of birds throughout central Kansas and looking CWD in deer.
Monitored Sockeye Salmon in Alaska on Shell Lake and Swan Lake.
2014-present: teaching 10th grade Biology and 11th -12th grade Anatomy & Physiology
2013-2014: was my first year of teaching. Taught 7-12 Science at Crest High School
While in college, I worked for Wildlife and Parks as a research student looking for CWD (chronic wasting disease) in deer and I also monitored the migration of the Plains birds (throughout the mid-Western Plains of Kansas). I was also able to travel to Alaska to monitor the migration patterns of the Sockeye Salmon.
Janurary of 2013 married Clint Weldin
We have two children, Cael (6yrs old) and Elyse (4 years old).
We have three dogs. A blue-red heeler called Holly; a Siberian Husky called Freya; and a yorkiepoo called Coco
Growing up I played every sport available in a small town school. I was on varsity and started all four years in volleyball, basketball, softball, track. Played my junior summer in Hawaii with my coach, Coach Hall. I was involved with 4-H all through my elementary and high school years. In 4-H my brother and I were involved in showing steers, heifers, horses, pigs, foods, arts and crafts, and photography.
When I am not teaching I enjoy being outdoors on our farm.
In the summers you will find me helping my husband and father-in-law on the farm either with the cattle or agricultural part of our farm.
On our winter breaks my family and I always go skiing. Majority of the time we spend at Breckenridge, CO. However, we try to make it to other ski resorts that are close to where my brother is stationed that year.
I have two children, Cael and Elyse. We also have three dogs, a Siberian Husky named Freya, a Blue/Red Heeler named Holly, and a yorkiepoo called Coco.