Mendy Warlick, Educational Diagnostician
Hello and welcome to my page! I am looking forward to helping students and parents achieve their very best this school year.
My name is Mendy Warlick and I am an educational diagnostician with Hereford ISD. I currently serve 6th and 7th grade students at Hereford Jr. High. I grew up in a small town not far from here, Bovina, Tx. We moved to Abilene, TX before I started high school and I graduated from Wylie High School in Abilene. After graduation, I enrolled at Texas Tech University and graduated with a degree in agriculture education. During student teaching, I quickly developed a love for special education. My first job was teaching a vocational program to high school special education students. From there I was lucky enough to diversify my special education teaching experiences quickly. I have been fortunate enough to work with students 6th grade to 12th grade in the classroom. The services I was able to provide ranged from monitoring student progress and inclusion services to self-contained life skills. I loved being in the classroom and the challenges that each day brought along with the relationships each year brought with new students and parents. I have always had an interest in how we all learn and our unique differences. After teaching for 8 years, I enrolled at West Texas A&M University and pursued my master's degree in educational diagnostics. I am currently in my 12th year as an educational diagnostician with Hereford ISD. One of the things I love most about my job is the relationships that I continue to be blessed enough to build with students, parents and staff.
My office is at the administration building.
Mon. - Fri.
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
I maybe reached by phone at 806-363-7600 ext. 1047.