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Mrs. Herron


During “Remote by Necessity” learning, all assignments will be accessed and submitted through Google Classroom.  Be sure to have your sign-in information readily available each day.

Also, please make sure that the front office has all current parent/guardian emails and other contact information.

Who is Mrs. Herron?

Originally from the Chicago area, I moved to Colorado, California, and Georgia before finding my way to Arizona in 2005.  I am a HUGE fan of the dry weather, but still struggle with the excrutiating heat of the summer months.

I have been teaching at Wilson since 2007.  Originally teaching 7th & 8th grade general education math, I later transitioned to special education resource math, and then moved into the Special Education Facilitator position.  I have a brother with special needs, so special education has been a part of my world my entire life. I'm married to an Industrial Radiographer and we have one son who is currently studying chemistry at NAU.  

Core Educational Belief

I believe that every student can succeed. As a teacher, it is my duty to help students gain the knowledge and skills that they will require to be active and productive citizens of our society. Teaching should be student-centered and students should be accountable for their learning and behavior as well as take responsibility for their decisions and actions.  As a teacher, I am responsible for facilitating my student’s pursuit for knowledge in order to help them acquire the skills necessary to be life-long learners. I believe students should learn to be independent, yet have the skills necessary to work cooperatively.  In addition, I believe that parents/guardians are crutial members of a students educational team and have a critical role in encouraging and supporting their child’s learning at home, in school, and throughout their community.