Campus Teacher of the Year 2016 - Sara Robertson

Sara Robertson
Sherwood Elementary
Kindergarten through 5th Grade, Adaptive Behavior Unit

Bachelor of Arts, University of Houston-Downtown, 2004
Attended Houston Baptist University, 1999-2001
Attended New Mexico State University, Alamogordo, N.M., 1998-1999
Attended University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, N.M., 1997-1998

Teaching History
Sherwood Elementary, 2009-Present
Landrum Middle School, 2008-2009
Spring Branch Middle School, 2006-2008 

Total Years in Education - 10 Years

In her own words . . .

“I am all about data when it comes to academics and to behavior. People make fun of the joy I receive when constructing graphs based on my data. Data is great, dong something with the data is awesome, and using data to drive your focus in the classroom is outstanding.”

In the words of others . . .

“Sara works with some of our more behaviorally challenging students. Her calm but firm demeanor provides them with a sense of safety and structure that they require for success in school. She cares for Every Child.” 
Pam Edson, Sherwood Elementary Teacher

“Enter Sherwood Elementary School, turn left, go past the purple stairs, enter the hallways, and one will see all sorts of artwork, posters, and academic work from Mrs. Robertson’s classroom neatly displayed for all to enjoy. From the outside, one would see students engaged and adults working collaboratively together. What one might not know is that this teacher also supports some of our most challenging students in special education.”
Jan Teater, Sherwood Elementary Special Education Coordinator


Spring Branch ISD