After moving from New Jersey, Mrs. College began her over 25 years in education in Pasco County as an elementary teacher of all grades K-5. Nine years of her career have also been in various coaching roles at the school and district levels. She then worked at San Antonio Elementary School for 5 years as the assistant principal.
Mrs. College completed her Bachelor’s degree in journalism at Rider University, a Master’s of Arts in reading from the University of South Florida, and a Master’s of Educational Leadership from Saint Leo University. Along the way, Mrs. College also achieved her National Board Certification in the area of literacy. Mrs. College is the wife of a police officer who also serves in the United States Coast Guard Reserves and mother of two sons who have both attended Pasco High School. Her oldest son is a current student at the University of Central Florida. Mrs. College enjoys traveling with her family.
Mrs. Landry was born in New Jersey and lived in Pennsylvania before moving to Pasco County. After graduating from Gulf High School, she received her Associate of Arts degree from Pasco-Hernando Community College. She later graduated from the University of South Florida with a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education in 1999. After pursuing her National Board Certification in Generalist/Middle Childhood, Mrs. Landry went back to school and received her Master’s in Educational Leadership from Saint Leo University in 2013. She has worked for Pasco County for 23 years. She has worked at various elementary schools including San Antonio elementary where she taught for 10 years. She has experience teaching grades 2-5 including self-contained gifted. In 2017 Mrs. Landry became a Learning Design Coach at Fox Hollow Elementary and as spent the last three years in that role at Wesley Chapel Elementary. Mrs. Landry is the wife of a police officer and is the mother of four sons who all graduated from Pasco High School. Two of her sons are graduates of the University of South Florida and are also police officers. One son is a graduate of Pasco Hernando Community College and owns a successful tree service. Her youngest son is pursuing a Biology Degree at the University of South Florida and hopes to be an Animal Curator. The Landry family enjoys being outdoors and loves to spend time on their boat or camping.