My name is Andrew Brown. I got started on the path to being an educator in high school in Iowa. After high school I continued my education at Upper Iowa University with a degree in Elementary Education and Music Education. I spent one year substitute teaching in Iowa before moving to the Houston area in the summer of 2004. I taught for 9 years at the same school in Aldine ISD. During my time in Aldine I was a classroom teacher and Dyslexia Specialist. It was my work with the Dyslexia kids that really ignited my passion for helping kids learn to read better. I went through all of the course work with Neuhaus Education Center to become a Dyslexia teacher. It was during this coursework that I also enrolled at Southern Methodist University. I earned my Master's degree from SMU in 2011 in Reading and Writing.
I moved to Timber Creek Elementary in 2013. Through my career I have worked with students in 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 1st grade. I also provided intervention for students from kindergarten through 6th grade as a Reading Specialist and Dyslexia teacher. I enjoy helping kids and guiding them to find a joy in Reading and learning.