Sue Early knew she wanted to be a part of the Great Expectations team in 1994 after completing her first week of Summer Institute as a classroom teacher. Sue joined Great Expectations in 2000 as an instructor. During the school year Sue was a classroom teacher. She has taught elementary and Jr. High school. Sue has had many experiences as an educator. In the 35 years as a teacher Sue taught self-contained, departmentalized, block teaching, team teaching, Spanish for the district in Owasso and ended her career as the Physical Education teacher.
The past 21 years, Sue has spent her summers traveling across many states teaching her fellow educators about Great Expectations. Sue will tell you that she learns as much from those educators that she meets as she could ever share with them. Sue will take on a new challenge whenever the need arises. She is a lifelong learner, who gets excited about learning new things.
This year, Sue chose to retire from education and accept a full-time position with Great Expectations as an Instructional Coach. She will work diligently with her schools and staff to help them grow in their use of the Great Expectations Methodology. Sue is looking forward to this next chapter in her life journey.
Sue has 3 adult children, a son and identical twin daughters. Between them they have blessed Sue with 7 wonderful Grandchildren. She gets great joy from spending time with her family and friends. Sue has lived in many states and cities as a military child. She is a native-born Okie and has been living in Owasso, her forever home, since 1992.