Ms. Jasmine Vandergriff-Karim, MEd.
Jasmine Vandergriff-Karim is the Early Childhood Special Education teacher at Wolf Ranch Elementary, where she is responsible for the specialized education of three to five-year-old students with disabilities. Serving the needs of students with disabilities is an opportunity to build strong children, the foundation of our future.
Before Wolf Ranch Elementary:
Previously, she served as the Integrated Learning Classroom teacher at Pickett Elementary.
There, Jasmine was responsible for the instruction of elementary students with disabilities.
A graduate of Texas State University, in San Marcos, Texas, Jasmine earned the degree Master of Education with a specialty in Elementary Education. She holds the following Texas certifications: Generalist, Early Childhood-4th Grade; Generalist, Early Childhood-6th Grade; English as a Second Language, Early Childhood-12th Grade; Gifted and Talented, Early Childhood-12th Grade; Special Education, Early Childhood-12th grade; English Language Arts, 4th-8th Grade; and English Language Arts/Social Studies, 4th-8th Grade.
Jasmine previously earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of Kentucky. She holds the following certificates/endorsements in Kentucky: Professional Certificate for Teaching in Elementary School, Primary Through Grade 5; Professional Certificate for Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Education, Birth to Primary; and an Endorsement for Teaching English as a Second Language, All Grades.
Jasmine is the mother of three children, who attend school in Round Rock ISD and at the University of Texas. They live in Round Rock with their cat, aptly named "Katniss." In her spare time, she likes to take walks and go on hikes, swim, read and write, cook, and crochet.
Phone: (512) 943-5050 x6531
Degrees and Certifications:
BA Political Science, MEd Education
EC-4, EC-6, ESL, SPED, GT, Language Arts/Social Studies