Paula Sheil
Paula Britton Sheil
Paula Sheil graduated with her Bachelor's of Arts in Liberal Arts from University of Pacific. She earned her Master's of Arts in Writing and Consciousness from New College of California in San Francisco in 1999. Sheil teaches an accelerated (9 weeks followed by 9 weeks) English 1A/1D combination, wherein students can complete their transfer units in one semester; a content-specific 1A for students desiring a heath care profession, English 1B, and English 45 Reading of Shakespeare. She is the Faculty Advisor for the The Writers' Guild and publisher of Artifact, a community-wide literary magazine. As a staff writer for the Record, from 1996 to 2006, she wrote features articles and edited two monthly magazines, Vintage and SJParenting. In 2003, she received the California Newspaper Publishers Association Second Place Award in Writing for "Killing On Daggett Road," the story of a Latino teen's failure to change and the system that let him down.

For more than 35 years, she has published poetry and creative nonfiction and performed with various theater companies and dance groups. "Dancing Off the Edge," a play written by Sheil in 1996, was performed at the National AIDS Conference in San Francisco. In 1997, she received Stockton's Top Arts Recognition Award and now serves on the Stockton Arts Commission.

Paula received a Favorite Teacher Award from San Joaquin Delta College in 2011
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