Ms. Twylia Diane Fris

Twylia Diane Fris
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Ms. Twylia Diane Fris' Biography

Type Of Business:
School District
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Ms. Fris' expertise is in third grade curriculum instruction.
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Favorite Business Publication:
Science Monthly; The Mailbox
Gardening, Sewing, Spending Time with his Grandchildren
Education Degrees:
Master's in Curriculum and Instruction, College of the Southwest (2002); Bachelor of Science in Family and Consumer Science, New Mexico State University (1974)
Affiliations Awards:
Hobbs Science Fair Tabulation Committee (15 Years); Investigation Team, Core Knowledge, Hobbs School District; Lead Third Grade Teacher, Core Knowledge, Hobbs School District; Hobbs Association of Classroom Teachers; President, Student Advisory Committee, Sanger Elementary
Place of Birth:
Clovis, New Mexico
Children's Names:
Children: Kendra, March Grandchildren: Kadrian, Tasia, Makayla, Kiara
Work History:
Third Grade Teacher, Will Rogers Elementary, Hobbs District Schools (18 years); Sanger Elementary (1 Year); Teacher, General Equivalency Diploma Class, New Mexico Junior College (4 Years); Teacher, General Equivalency Diploma Class, Lea County Detention Center (4 Years); Trainer, Writing to Write Program; Trainer, Silver Burdett Hands-On Science; Trainer, Southwestern New Mexico Education Resource Center Science
Career Achievements:
Endorsement, Teachers of English to Students of Other Languages (2005); Master in Curriculum and Instruction (2002); Elementary Certification (1990); Candidate, National Board Certification
Throughout the duration of your career, what was the one highlight that stood out the most?:
The most gratifying aspect of her career is when students have an 'ah-ha' moment after understanding how a concept works.
United Way; Domestic Violence Association; Association of Firefighters and Paramedics; Sheriff's Association; St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
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What Does He/She Attribute Success To:
She attributes her success to her passion for her profession, empathy, networking skills and the support she receives from her former teachers.
Why did you become involved in your profession or industry?:
She became involved in her profession because she had always enjoyed working with children in addition to coming from a family of teachers.
Education Certifications:
Pursuing National Board Certification; Endorsement in Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages, Eastern New Mexico University (2005); Certification in Elementary Education, College of the Southwest (1990)
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