Degrees and Certifications:

Health and Human Performance with Teaching Option K-12 History with Teaching Option

Mrs. Cumber

The Basics

Hey Everyone! My Name is Mrs. Cumber and I will be your child's PE and Health teacher, but also might be their American History teacher! I can't wait to start this 2021-2022 school year! This will be a year full of learning, growing, achieving, and fun!

My Childhood

I was born in Cody, WY but I grew up in Shepherd, MT with my parents and my baby sister. For my education, I attended Kindergarten through 5th grade at Pioneer School and transferred to Shepherd for 5th grade through 12th grade! I was a graduate from Shepherd and held a variety of records in the weight room and on the softball field. My heart has always bled blue and gold and I'm so excited to be back in my hometown to spread that excitement with the kiddos that are here now! 

My Education

After high school, I furthered my education and my sports career at MSU-Billings beginning as a Pre-Med student and a college softball player, but finished in a completely different realm. When I started college, I used to go back in visit my high school PE teacher, MR. BARTA and he let me teach several of his classes and he sat me down one day and told me he knew exactly what I should be doing for a career. From that day for forward I knew exactly what I was meant to do and changed my majorS! I finished college with two degrees, a degree in Health and Human Performance with a teaching option K-12 and a degree in History with a teaching option as well. I topped all of that off with a minor in coaching because coaching is one of my biggest passions! 

My Favorites

FITNESS, Spartan Racing, Playing Sports, Hiking, Fishing, Camping, Traveling, and Spending time with Family and Friends!

Food: Mexican

Movie: The Notebook

Book: "Greenlights"

Place: St. Thomas

Color: Turquoise 

Drink: Green Tea

Season: Spring

Sport: Softball

Subject: PE Obviously 

Dessert: Ice Cream

Candy: All

Restaurant: Don Louis 

Flower: All


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Last Modified on August 9, 2021