•   Mr. Henderson and I at my son's wedding.                                                                                     
     
    Mrs. Henderson
    A42
    Exceptional Children
    Email:cheryl_henderson@abss.k12.nc.us
    336-538-8700
     
                                                                                                                                                   

     


    Welcome to Highland!
     
    My name is Cheryl Henderson and this is my eighth year at Highland!  In case you are new to Highland, I am married and have two children. My son Josh is 27.  He currently serves in the military.  I have a sweet granddog. My daughter Sarah is 22, engaged and working hard in physical therapy school.  So, to help keep me busy at home we have two babies, Daisy a yorkie and Echo a terrier/chiwinie mix.  They keep us on our toes!  
     
    In regard to Highland we have a wonderful Exceptional Children's team!  I have over 14 years of experience working with exceptional children.  It is my belief that learning is an interactive and social process and that the most effective learning happens when students are working in a positive, collaborative, respectful learning environment.  I also believe that a key ingredient to learning is to remember that children are always growing and that it is just as important to celebrate the small successes along with the big ones.
     
    I am in the same classroom as last year, A42.  This room is located on the left just before the doors that exit to the playground.    Please feel free to call, email, or send a message on Class Dojo any time.  I will try to return your call or email before I leave for the day or at least within 24 hours.  I know that the beginning of this year will be different as we navigate a new year learning online.  However, I am excited to see what this school year brings as we work together to help your children be successful at Highland!  
     
       Me and my son last summer           My daughter and I last spring hiking in the mountains           Echo