Degrees and Certifications:
B.A. in International Relations M.S. in Sports Management
Entering her 13th year of teaching at Belleview High School, Danielle Sheldon will be teaching World History during the 2017-2018 school year. Sheldon's teaching certificate is in Social Studies and she also has achieved Reading and ESOL endorsements. Her involvement on campus doesn't stop in the classroom as she has also served as one of the school's swimming and tennis coaches.
Sheldon has voluntarily taken part in several informative professional development opportunities in the last several years in efforts to increase her knowledge in her subject area. She completed a year commitment as part of the national Teach American History grant and finished a course at the Holocaust Institute at the University of Florida. Most recently she completed a district book study on building historical literacies and has served as one of the school's members of the Common Core Leadership Team for the school and the district for the past three years.
A 1998 graduate of Florida State University, Sheldon studied various social studies subjects while pursuing her Bachelors degree in International Relations. She then continued her education at the University of Oklahoma, where she graduated with a Masters in Sports Management in 2003.
No stranger to the Florida public education system, Sheldon grew up in Jacksonville and graduated from Stanton College Preparatory School, which has repeatedly been ranked as one of the top five public high schools in the nation by U.S. News and World Report.