To celebrate and honor Women's History Month, JP Schools spotlighted women in schools who are impacting the community around them.
Meisler Middle School
As a first year teacher, Chandra Brown has enjoyed her time teaching 6th and 7th grade science at J.D. Meisler Middle School . Growing up, she has always had a passion for teaching because it always felt very natural to her. Her favorite thing about teaching is when the students get excited to learn and participate in class activities.
To recognize women's history month, to Chandra Women’s History Month presents an opportunity for others to learn how far women have come. Women can be anything they want to be, and are not limited to certain careers, or titles, because women are just as equal as men are.
Fisher Middle High School 9th grader Kaydence Leslie is very involved at her school with the student council, the dance team, talented art, and talented drama. Alongside her many extracurriculars, she is determined to do well in school to have many options in her future career. She hopes to one day become a mechanical engineer for NASA.
To celebrate Women’s History Month, Kaydence is proud to be a woman and represented during this month. She hopes she can share women’s history with others to showcase all the pioneers and show the value of women in society.