Mrs. Nicole Burton
Nicole started out as an Educational aide in 2003, working with the Functional Living and School Health Services (FLaSH) class which provides a developmentally appropriate program for students who exhibit significant, profound cognitive and communication impairments and/or multiple impairments. Nicole moved to the High school classroom in 2004 teaching World History. In the summer of 2015 Nicole created World History curriculum for the University of Texas High School. Presently Nicole enjoys teaching in the classroom with a co-teacher. Her current classroom incorporates Google products such as Google chrome books and utilizes Google classroom with emphasis on technology in the classroom. The last 3 years of co-teaching equipped Nicole to new experiences and allowed a diverse perspective for lesson planning, teaching practice, norms, classroom culture, and professionalism amongst co-workers
Nicole served as a High School Softball coach for 4 years. Nicole also coached travel softball, which competed nationally and was nationally ranked outside of school in her community. She is currently married to a Texas High School football coach and maintains a professional supportive role in the community.
Nicole graduated from Le Moyne College in Syracuse, NY receiving her BA in History.
Nicole lives in Austin, Texas with her husband, son, and receives visits from her college age daughter. Nicole is a strong supporter of her husband’s mission to help mold young men’s lives through coaching Texas high school football and can be found supporting all community endeavors in the Austin area. The Burton family is also kept busy supporting their son as he competes in his selected travel sports and supporting their daughter as a collegiate athlete at Texas Tech Univeristy. Whenever there is a break in their busy schedules the Burton family loves to spend time with friends and family and travel.