Sheryl spent her elementary years in a remote area nestled in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania. This is where she fell in love with nature and spent most of her time outdoors. She recently retired from 27 years in the classroom where she taught 8th-grade science, and a variety of classes in high school, including physics, PreAP Biology, Physics, Environmental Systems, and Aquatics. She has a passion for supporting teachers in the classroom and inspiring students to become lifelong learners and stewards of the earth and its natural resources.
We respectfully acknowledge that the Fort Worth Botanic Garden is located on traditional lands of Indigenous Peoples. We honor the ancestry, heritage, and gifts of all Indigenous Peoples who were sustained by these lands and give thanks to them. We are grateful that these lands continue to provide enrichment for many people today. [More…]