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Nicole Sanders

Nicole Sanders
Nicole Sanders
2G Homeroom Teacher

I was born and raised here in Dallas.  In fact, I am a graduate of CKS. Seeing my graduation picture hanging in the hallway still makes me smile! I went to Ursuline Academy and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Multidisciplinary Studies from Santa Clara University.  I completed the Teacher Credential Program from the School of Education and Counseling Psychology at Santa Clara University as well.

I loved California, but just couldn’t stay away from Dallas. I came home and taught at St. Monica for four years and at CKS for 8 wonderful years. During those years I taught, third grade, Math Resource, fourth grade, and fifth grade. I was Teacher of the Year in 2000. I took a break from teaching to raise our 2 children. During that time our little family lived in New Hampshire, Wisconsin, Mississippi, and Florida.  I loved seeing other parts of the country and learning about different cultures.  I was fortunate to teach third grade in Mississippi and Reading Intervention in Florida.

When we moved back to Dallas I was thrilled to come back to CKS. I spent a year as a first grade assistant, and am in my second year as a second grade teacher. I especially love second grade because the students receive the sacraments of Reconciliation and First Holy Communion.  I consider myself lucky to be a part of their preparation for these Sacraments.

I want my students to know that each one of us is a unique child of God. That’s why my bulletin board always says “I just thank you Father for making me…me!”

Mrs. Sanders