Master’s degrees in ESOL Instruction and Applied Technology in Early Education
I live in the community I serve. I love seeing my students, past and present, while out and about! Fun fact: I love dogs!
I’m originally from Texas! I’ve been working with kids in schools for 13 years and have been teaching 11 of those years. I have taught multiple grades ranging from Pre-K 3- 5th and am currently teaching Pre-K 3. I have been teaching here at SES for two years now and look forward to many more excellent years to come.
BS in Elementary Education from York College; Master's Degree in Reading from Wilmington University
I began teaching here at SES in 1996. I have previously taught 2nd grade, Pre-K, and 1st grade. My husband Chad and I live in Ridgely with our two daughters Hope and Kamryn. In addition to teaching, I love to read and scrapbook. Thanks for allowing me to teach your children.
Undergraduate degree from Salisbury University; Master’s Degree in Differentiated Instruction from La Salle University
I was born and raised on the Eastern Shore. I graduated from QACPS in 2007. I taught my first year in Accomack County, VA and came to Queen Anne’s County in 2012. I love the beach and spending time with my family!
Undergraduate degree from Washington College; Master’s degree from UMBC
I was born and raised in Queen Anne’s County, and I am a proud SES alum! SES has been my home for many years, and I am happy to teach here alongside many talented educators. I graduated from Washington College in 2016, completing my student teaching here with my very own first grade teacher, Mrs. Darling! Upon graduation, I began my teaching career in first grade at KIES for three years before coming “home” to SES in 2019.
I live in Chestertown with my husband John and our beagle, and we are expecting our first daughter next month! I love boating, I enjoy camping, hunting, traveling in our Jeep, and spending time with friends and family
Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education at Salisbury University
I began my teaching career in 1989. I was assigned to teach 1st grade at SES then and have been there ever since! My husband and I have two wonderful children and one beautiful granddaughter. When I am not at school, I enjoy spending time with my family.
I have been teaching for 27 years here at SES. I grew up on a farm outside of Sudlersville and graduated from QACHS. I am married and have two children. My son, Brad is a Maryland State Trooper and my daughter, Alli attends Frostburg State University. I have a dog and a cat. I am just learning how to sew. I am very afraid of snakes but I would love to own a hedgehog. I love to travel to the mountains, beach, or cruise anywhere!!!
I love teaching and every year is a new adventure!
BA in Psychology; MEd in Curriculum & Instruction; Early Childhood certification
My family and I became Maryland residents in 2014 and I joined the SES family in 2016, first as a Title I teacher and then as the Media Specialist. In 2021, I was thrilled to move back into the classroom as a 2nd grade teacher. Previously, I have taught PK-4th grade students. My first teaching job was in Virginia as a 1st grade teacher at an elementary school with only one class per grade level and shared the principal with a neighboring elementary school!
My husband and I have lived in 5 different states. I enjoy reading and nature; the beach is one of my favorite places! I grew up on a horse farm and showed horses competitively.
BA in Elementary Education from Hofstra University; MS in Reading k-12 from Hofstra University
I was born and raised on Long Island in New York and taught 2nd grade there for seven years. I also taught in New Jersey and Virginia before finding my way here to SES 14 years ago. I have a son and a daughter who are both in college and growing up way too fast.
I love to read, golf, travel, and ride motorcycles. I can also juggle and ride a unicycle!
B.S. Elementary Education from Salisbury University; Master's degree in Reading from Salisbury University
I started teaching at SES in 1998. I have two boys who are both in college. I also have two cats, two dogs, and some fish! It’s crowded in my house! I even used to have a chinchilla as a pet! Fun fact: I have lived in or visited at least 23 U.S. States.
Bachelors of Science from Salisbury University; Masters in Reading from Wilmington University
I grew up in the Millington area and went to QACPS (as well as SES). I have two children, Taylor and McKenzie. Presently, I live in downtown Massey with my boyfriend, Kenny as well as my children and two cats Feather and LB (Little Buddy).
I collect Longenberger baskets - I have well over a 100! I still use an old fashioned pen and pencil organizer! I have a blankie that I sleep with every night! I’ve had it for a long time and have tried to find substitutes, but nah.
Bachelor’s degree from Washington College; Master’s degree in Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment from Walden University
I grew up overseas in South Korea, the Philippines, Okinawa, and Guam. I attended Guam High School where I participated in a variety of sports including volleyball, basketball, and soccer. The first year I lived in the United States was when I went to college! After graduating, I got a teaching position at Grasonville Elementary School. After eight years, I decided to transfer to SES, which is closer to home. It has been one of the best decisions I could have made for my career and family! Both of my children now get to come to work with me everyday. I love SES!
In my free time, I love traveling to new places and experiencing and learning about different cultures.
Undergraduate degree from West Virginia Wesleyan College
For as long as I can remember I have wanted to be a teacher. Both of my parents were teachers in Kent County and I wanted nothing more than to follow in their footsteps. I have been a middle school teacher, technology teacher, and science teacher in Kent and Caroline counties before transferring to Queen Anne’s to be closer to home.
For my first three years in Queen Anne’s, I taught 3rd grade at Church Hill Elementary. I became a part of the 4th grade team at Sudlersville Elementary School in 2021. My son, Bhody, also attends SES and I love having him here with me. I love being a part of the SES team. GO EAGLES!
I have visited 48 out of 50 states! I still have California and Hawaii to go! My husband is a drag racer and my son races go-karts!
Physical Education degree from Salisbury University
My mission is to believe that each and every student can achieve excellence regardless of size, maturity, coordination, body type, or other physical capability. I am committed to developing a child’s positive attitude towards physical education/health that will last a lifetime. I will strive to maintain an activity-based program while teaching lifelong fitness in a safe and enjoyable environment.
Bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary studies from Liberty University; Currently working toward Master’s degree in Media from Towson University
In the seven years that I have been here at SES, I have worn several different hats. I started as the technology teacher then became a sign language interpreter and now I call the Library my home! I live in Caroline County with my daughter and our dog. I love all things Marvel and collecting Funko Pops. I love reading and the outdoors, especially when it comes to the water.
I have been working with students for four years. I live in Chestertown with my fiance and our two fur kids Kacey and Dusty. I love to vacation at Walt Disney World and spend time with my family!
SES is my home! I went to elementary and middle school here in Sudlersville. A big part of my childhood was 4H. I showed pigs and cows!
Masters Degree in Curriculum Design and Early Childhood certification from UMBC
My previous teaching experiences include one year in 3rd grade, two years in 1st grade (both at SES), and a year and a half working for a non-profit group, Children's Literacy Initiative in the Philadelphia area school system.
Prior to entering the field of teaching I worked in Construction Management for Gilbane Building Company and UMBC.
I am grateful for the opportunity to work with and for the children and parents of Sudlersville Elementary School and am so very glad to be here.
Undergraduate degree from Radford College in Virginia; Master’s degree from Towson State University; Graduate Certificate from Johns Hopkins
I have been at Sudlersville Elementary since 2010. I also work at Sudlersville Middle School and Church Hill Elementary. I have two grown children, both of whom attended Church Hill Elementary. The best thing about my job is being able to work with so many students and their teachers.
I love the beach and gardening. I lived in Chicago for 2 years and brrr, it’s really COLD in the winter.
Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education with a minor in Mathematics from Salisbury University; Certified in Special Education
This is my third year teaching and I am so lucky to be a part of the SES family! I grew up in the Centreville area and graduated from Queen Anne’s County High School in 2015. I now live in Easton with my fiance, Michael, and our two adopted beagles, Peaches and Jules. I am a vegan, so I do not eat anything that contains animal products (meat, dairy, gelatin, honey, etc.).
Bachelor’s degree in Humanities with a concentration in Elementary Education from Washington College; Masters degree in Special Education from Wilmington University
I grew up in Queen Anne’s County and attended Queen Anne’s County public schools. I am still a Queen Anne’s County resident along with my husband and two daughters. Both of them have attended Sudlersville Elementary School! Sudlersville Middle School is where I began my teaching career in 2004 and I was assigned there until 2009. I then made the transition to Sudlersville Elementary School and have been here ever since!
I love sports! I played volleyball, basketball, and softball in high school. I played softball in college and was a windmill pitcher. I now enjoy coaching my daughters in their youth leagues. I love the beach! That is where I spend most of my summer days.
This will be my 13th year teaching and my fifth year here at SES! My husband and I live in Kennedyville and have two children who attend school here at SES. My son, Derrick will be in the 4th grade this year and my daughter, Gracie will be in the 2nd grade. I enjoy reading and spending my summer at the beach and outside! I am looking forward to an awesome school year!!
Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
BS in Education from Illinois State University
I grew up in a small town in the south suburbs of Chicago, where I participated in cross country, cheerleading, and track. I also won the regional spelling bee in 6th, 7th and 8th grades! After graduating from college in May 2014, I moved to Port St. Lucie, Florida and taught third, fourth, and fifth grade in Indian River County for five years. During that time, my husband, Kevin, and I got married. He was offered a fantastic job opportunity in Easton, so we made our way to the Eastern Shore in 2019! We love it here! I have found my family away from home here at Sudlersville Elementary!
I have lived on the Eastern Shore my entire life. I worked at Easton Memorial Hospital before working here in Queen Anne’s County. It is my pleasure to help children feel better so they can return to class. I enjoy spending time with my family and our animals, reading, and gardening.