I am the poster child for lifelong learning! I attended the University of Southern California where I received my B.S. in Geology circa 1978. After college, I worked as a Petroleum Geologist until retiring at 35 to raise my two sons, both of whom are in college. I received my M.A. in Secondary Science Education from Denver University and began teaching science at Broomfield H.S. in 2005 where I teach Physics, Advanced Physics and Advanced Physical Science. I am a horse therapy volunteer where I work with disabled and troubled children and teens. I love reading, gardening and the outdoors. I believe that the possibilities in life and human potential are infinite.