Elizabeth Tarbutton is high school math teacher in the Denver Metro area. She has earned her bachelor’s degree in Molecular Biology from the University of Colorado Boulder and her Master’s degree in Biomedicine from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. She has been teaching for almost two decades and enjoys sharing a love of learning and mathematics with students. She has a passion for making math accessible to all students and diverse learners. In addition to teaching math, Elizabeth is an advisor for the National Honor Society and provides support for struggling learners through the MTSS program.
NSHSS is always looking to find ways to support our network of educators, especially those who are constantly looking to support their students. To help offset the financial burden, NSHSS is awarding fifteen (15) high school educators $500 grants to help provide additional opportunities to their students and classrooms.