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Sandra Webb


  • Education

    • 2018 - Graduated with M.E. of Instructional Systems Design & Technology, Sam Houston State University * 2018 - Certificate of Educational Technology, Sam Houston State University * 2016 - PC Pro Computer Repair Certification, TVCC * 2006 - Graduated Cum Laude with Bachelor of Business Administration, Stephen F. Austin State University * Certified Technical Applications, Grades 8-12 * Certified Secondary Basic Business, Grades 6-12 * Level 1 Certification - Smartboard Trainer, Promethean Board Trainer Certified Practical Parent Education * Google Educator (Currently Recertifying)

  • Teaching Experience

    • TACE Coordinator (Elementary Campus), TACE Teacher (7th grade Ipad Applications, Adult English Teacher, Adult Computer Basics Teacher, TVCC PC Pro certification Teacher (10th-12th grade) * Homebound Teacher (7th-12th grade) for 7 years *10+ years with PISD * 30+ years working with kids through  teaching, coaching, & mentoring through my church, theater, and YMCA * 14+ years YMCA Youth & Government Advisor, Grades 6-12


I was born and raised in Palestine and after living in the big city for awhile, my husband and I returned here in 1995 to raise our children.  To say that I have had many adventures with God is an understatement.  After losing our son, Joshua, in an accident in 2004, my husband, Stephen, & I ran a scholarship in his honor for many years and gave out over 25+ scholarships.  Our daughter Katy graduated from Baylor and is a BCBA working with Autistic students in Waco, Texas where she lives with her husband, Steve, and my two grandchildren, Liberty & Ethan.  My youngest son, Nathan lives in Palestine, with my youngest grandchild, Nova. I am a widow who enjoys spending time with my family, reading, scrapbooking, singing, and participating in the local theatre productions. 


I like to live by the motto we have on my son's scholarship application: "I expect to pass through life but once. If therefore, there be any good thing I can do to any fellow being, let me do it now, and not defer or neglect it, as I shall not pass this way again. William Penn"  I began volunteering at CHA in 2018 and God has blessed me by allowing me to work with the staff, students, and families here. 


God blesses me every day and I hope that I can be a blessing to others."


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