Welcome to My Classroom
Teacher: Krista Lindke
Welcome! I have been a teacher here at Medina High School since 1999, and I am also an adjunct professor through Syracuse University and Genesee Community College. Through taking my Advanced Studies courses, students can earn up to 12 college credits at a drastically reduced cost, which is equivalent to a full-time semester of college! These courses include: Introduction to Entrepreneurship (EEE370), Career and Educational Planning (CEP101), Programming and Problem-Solving (CIS125), and Microcomputer Applications (CIS116). Some other courses I teach are Game Programming, Accounting, and Keyboarding.
In addition to the classroom, I am the Grade 9 Class Advisor. As a graduate of Albion High School and Buffalo State College, I have resided in this area for most of my life. Previously I lived in Arizona for a short period of time, and I worked at Royalton-Hartland High School for three years where I taught and coached soccer.
Outside of teaching, I enjoy traveling with my husband and two children, playing piano, hiking, various sports, and my two huskies and one cat. I am also a volunteer dog walker at a local animal shelter. I love what I teach knowing how valuable the concepts and skills are for students venturing into today's world.