Director, Sunshine Moss, M.Ed.
Sunshine Moss is a dual certified special education and elementary educator. She earned her bachelor’s degree in elementary education and master’s degree in special education from the University of Florida. She has over 15 years of experience teaching children from early childhood through college-level. Sunshine is the director of The Homeschool Resource Center and a doctoral student at the University of Florida. She has acted as a consultant in the development of many local grassroots education initiatives including the Alachua eSchool and Resilience Charter. She is a Clinical Educator and is a longtime supervisor and mentor to elementary and special education pre-service teachers. As a classroom teacher, Sunshine was a Lastinger Institute Teacher-Leader and member of the school discipline committee. She is the recipient of the Alachua County Literacy award and two grants for cross-curricular unit-studies she developed.
Sunshine assisted in the development of the University of Florida Graduate Certificate in Dyslexia. She served as assessment coordinator and data analyst for Winning Reading Boost a multisensory reading program and school improvement initiative, funded through the Florida legislature to improve literacy in the state’s most struggling schools. Sunshine is a trainer for the University of Florida Literacy Initiative and has provided literacy-related professional development to teachers in Florida and South Carolina through UF’s Lastinger Center for Learning. Sunshine has a passion for family, school, and community partnerships, parent-education, inquiry-based learning, effective teaching, and empowering learners of all ages.
View Sunshine’s curriculum vitae.
Sunshine advocating for families at the Alachua County School Board Meeting on equity.