5th Mathematics Teacher
For 32 years the blessing has been mine to teach the children entrusted to me. Presently, I am starting my 25th year at Red Lick I.S.D. My 2016-2017 curriculum includes two semesters of 5th grade mathematics and one semester of 5th grade technology. My joy this year is to instill a love of mathematics through skill, inquiry, exploration and projects. While teaching math lessons, I will also be giving "LIFE LESSONS."
Prior to teaching at Red Lick, I was fortunate to teach a seventh-grade self-contained classroom at Leary I.S.D. This was my beginning teaching career and offered a variant of learning experiences. Student teaching occurred in my home school district of Liberty-Eylau at the fourth grade level. My heart is really for the middle school aged students.
My high school sweetheart, Randy Krobot and I have been married for 34 years. Randy is a Project Manager at KAMPCO, Inc. We are blessed with two sons. The oldest, Kyle Krobot is married to Sara who is an LVN at Christus St. Michael's, and Kyle is a Liberty-Eylau High School teacher of Mathematics. These two blessed me with two grandsons, Riley and Conor. These two boys are the best gifts this GIMME could ever have. My youngest son, Garrett Krobot is married to Cierra. They are both 2014 graduates of Texas A & M College Station with degrees in Supply Chain Management. Garrett presently works as an automation manager as a business analyst at Citi Technology, and Cierra works for Liberty Mutual Insurance as a injury analyst. They presently reside in the Tech Hub of Los Colinas, Texas.
A perfect day for me involves a raft on the LIttle Missouri River at Albert Pike Recreational area in Arkansas. Place a book or magazine in my hand, and an unsweet, double raspberry tea, and I'm in heaven. If I can't be there, then you’ll find me on my Kubota zero turn lawn mower and using my weed eater on Krobot Lane. God has blessed us with 7 ½ acres on the corner of Krobot Lane and Buchanan Loop Road in the Liberty- Eylau community. Callie, the cat ,greets me at the door every afternoon anxiously awaiting her treats. If the grandbabies are here, then Gimme and Pah are happy and busy entertaining and teaching them new things.