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Ms. Sarah Rhodes grew up in Russell, Kansas. Upon leaving Russell, she owned and operated a federally licensed childcare business in California, taught conversational English in Japan, and was contracted by the federal government as a Religious Education Director aboard Camp Kinser, Okinawa, Japan. After returning to the United States, she began course work at Indiana University in pursuit of a degree in Elementary Education. Sarah later transferred to Fort Hays State University and received a Bachelor of Science degree in 2010. She taught in the public school system for four years while continuing her education at FHSU, receiving her Master of Science degree in 2014. Currently working towards a doctoral degree in education, Sarah is the instructor for the Correction of Reading Disabilities Methods and Internship courses in the Department of Teacher Education. She is the mother of two children and three dogs, a mutt named Stanley and two schnauzers named Pepper and Sneezer. In her spare time, Sarah likes to read, run, watch movies with friends, and spend time with her parents and children.