A LITTLE BACKGROUND ON MRS. JACKSON…
I was born and raised in Pensacola, Florida. I love Pensacola and especially love the beach! I am married and have two sons. I enjoy spending time with my family, reading, shopping, going to the beach and watching football. I always root for the Dolphins, but we are Patriot fans because my husband is from Boston!
I graduated from UWF with my Bachelor’s Degree in education in 1996 and a Master’s degree in Reading Education in 2013. I have always had a passion for reading and teaching students to read.
I am looking forward to all the learning that will take place this year and helping students choose books!
I moved to Pensacola from Texas, and I have lived here for 13 years. I love the beach and everything outside. I spend summers and weekends going to the beach, kayaking and exploring Pensacola and surrounding areas.
I have been a part of the Cook family for 6 years, first as a parent, then as staff in the office and now the library.
I love books!! It excites me to be a part of all our students' reading journeys.
The Escambia County School District Innovation Center program seeks to promote a culture of literacy and learning to foster independent readers, self-directed learners, and responsible digital citizens.
The mission of the school Innovation Centers and school Innovation Specialists is to amplify the classroom experience. It is a place where students, teachers, administration, and staff can explore, learn, create and collaborate. Innovation Specialists also foster a love of reading and learning in addition to modeling current technologies to assist students in becoming proficient, successful, and ethical users of information.