Hi! My name is Cindy Kepley. I am the 3-5 adaptive curriculum teacher here at Sternberger Elementary Schools. I have been working with students with disabilities for 20 years. I have worked in all settings K-12 and also have experience working as an EC Program School Coordinator. I graduated with my degree in Special Education: K-12 Learning Disabilities from Appalachian State University in 2000. In 2010, I graduated from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro with a Med. in Special Education and received a second Master's degree in Educational Leadership from Western Carolina University in 2012. As you can see, my love of education and knowledge is never-ending.
I moved to Greensboro in 2000 and love the city. I have one son, Jack, who is almost 14 years old as well as two dogs and two hamsters. Animals are a passion of mine and you will often find me at the Greensboro Animal Shelter volunteering. I am very active in my community and church. I also work two days a week as an inclusion counselor at one of many of the city's recreational centers. During the summer months, I work as a counselor at Camp Joy at Hagan-Stone Park. When not working or volunteering, you will catch me at many sporting events from The Grasshopper's to The Carolina Panthers. #keeppounding
My students are a huge part of my world. I love to engage with them in not only academics but also in daily living skills and functional behavior skill building. Spending time getting to know them and their unique personalities is one of my favorite things. I love to find what makes them smile and laugh as well as what connections they make and how they view the world.
Please contact me with any questions, concerns, thoughts you may have and would like to share. I look forward to talking with you. :)