After years of teaching at the Elementary School level she made the switch to Boerne Middle School North as a Reading Specialist and says it's a perfect fit.
"My daughters will tell you my maturity level is about that of middle school kids," McRedmond says with a chuckle.
Her sense of humor helps her relate to her students where she works to create live long readers.
"My biggest goal is for them to get out school and love reading still. A lot of students tend to lose that love for reading in Middle School and High School with all of the required reading assignments," McRedmond said.
The required reading in her class is different for each student.
"We start class with an independent reading assignment. They get to choose what they read so they get that sense of enjoyment." Redmond explained.
"I like how she lets us chose our own book and we don't have to read a certain book," said eighth grade student Destiny Gonzalez. When pressed, Gonzalez admitted she only "kind of" enjoyed reading, but she likes it more in Ms. McRedmond's class than before.
"Middle School students can be challenging sometimes because they tend to push the limits but I am capable of handling them," said McRedmond.
She does that with enthusiasm.
"Every day is like her first day. She's so excited that we're there and she's so energetic it makes me want to be here," said 8th grader Arin Kleiner.
"I think the fact that I can laugh with them helps us to relate to each other. I demand a lot from my students but I also understand where they're coming from," said McRedmond.