Special Education

Angelia Hudson

Angelia Hudson

Special Education
Patricia Morris

Patricia Morris

ECSE Teacher
Amanda Winter

Amanda Winter

Itinerant Teacher
Maria Compton

Maria Compton

Itinerant Teacher
Special Education

My name is Maria T. Compton. I was born and raised in San Antonio. I graduated from John F. Kennedy

High School and attended Our Lady of the Lake University where I majored in Communication Disorders

and Child Psychology. I went on to get my teaching certificate from the UTSA. I have been teaching

since 1998. I started out in general education where I taught grades from Kinder to 3 rd . Eventually, I

made the switch into Special Education and I got my Master’s degree from Grand Canyon University.

I have been happily married for a while and we share 3 resilient children. I am typically a quiet, but

carefree person. I love to read mystery and suspense novels and watching those types of movies as well.

During my free time, I enjoy working on puzzles and playing with my dogs.

I am excited and grateful to begin working with the Lackland ISD community and look forward to many

wonderful years.

Kristina Bragg

Kristina Bragg

Itinerant Teacher
Special Education

I am happy to be back at Lackland Elementary! I am a military spouse and have been blessed with the opportunity to teach in many different places! For the second time I am back in Texas at Lackland Elementary teaching 5th grade. I started teaching in 2007 and have taught 4th, 5th, and Special Education (3rd to 8th).

I have a Master’s in Linguistically Diverse Education. I grew up in a small town outside of Dallas, TX and am excited to be back in my home state. I have two kids and two dogs, who keep me busy when not in school!

I look forward to working with all of you this year! I have high expectations for not only my students but for myself. I am excited for the year of growth we are going to have!

Rebecca Owens

Rebecca Owens

Itinerant Teacher
Special Education
Hello, my name is Rebecca Owens! I am originally from New Bern, North Carolina and graduated from William Peace University in 2021 with a major in elementary education with a dual licensure in special education. I taught 5th grade in North Carolina and at Lackland prior to moving to special education.

I love the creativity and problem solving that comes with teaching. Each child is unique and makes connections in their own ways. As teachers it is our job to identify a student's best path to success and make it happen. I love being apart of the Lackland family where we all work together for the better of our staff and students.
Blanca Sanchez

Blanca Sanchez

Itinerant Teacher

My name is Blanca Sanchez; I am a native Texan! I have lived in Texas all of my life with the exception of our 6 year duty station in Georgia. I have worked with children since I was in high school; I worked at our local Boys and Girls Club after school tutoring younger students. I always knew I wanted to work with children and while a great deal of that time was in middle and high school, I have now thoroughly enjoyed working with the students at Lackland Elementary. I love what I do and cannot imagine doing anything else! I am married to a retired Air Force Veteran and have one amazing child. I have been working in Special Education in some capacity since 2005. I enjoy spending time with my family and three dogs during my spare time.