Campus Secondary 2015 Teacher of the Year - Taylor Ellerbrock

Taylor Ellerbrock
Memorial Middle School
6-8th Grade - Special Education, Resource English Language Arts and Co-Teacher

Education
Texas A&M University, Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies, Special Education emphasis, May 2012

Teaching History
Memorial Middle School, Special Education, Co-Teacher and Resource English Language Arts (ELA), 2014-Present
SBISD In-Home & Parent Trainer, Special Education, 2014-Present
SBISD Achieving Positive Transition (APT) Special Education Teacher, 12th Grade Vocational Training, 2013-2014
Jane Long Middle School, Bryan ISD, Special Education, Co-Teacher and Resource English Language Arts (ELA), 2012-2013

Total Years in Education - 3 years

In her own words . . .

“It is imperative to develop and foster relationships with the students, parents/guardians, faculty and staff to work together to make a difference in each student’s life. It takes teamwork, collaboration and positivity in order to reach students and bring them to a place of safe and enriched learning.”

In the words of others . . .

“The quality of Taylor’s instruction is exceptional. She uses a variety of creative, innovative strategies that keep her students engaged, focused and motivated. . . . She works tirelessly to break learning roadblocks for students struggling to meet every day academic rigor.”
- Dave Parker, Memorial Middle School Principal

“There are days that I go to her room for the positive feeling Taylor reflects onto others. I am honest in saying that she can ‘turn a gray sky to blue’ with a simple positive gesture, a sweet smile and a loving attitude.”
- Connie Springs, AIM Mentor Teacher, Memorial Middle School

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