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Victory Christian Academy Educator Spotlight for Wednesday, March 13, 2019

By Messenger Staff | Published Wednesday, March 13, 2019
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Hailey Brown


HAILEY BROWN

Position: English teacher

Family: Husband Bryan Brown, 12-year-old stepson Bryson Brown, and 4-month old Ryker Brown

Experience: “I have taught in big schools, small schools, low-income, affluent, public and private schools. I have been teaching since 2014 and have five years of teaching experience. I have four years teaching Family and Consumer Sciences and one year teaching English. I have been a cheerleading coach, class sponsor, FCCLA adviser, served on committees and an UIL academic coach. I am currently pursuing my master’s degree in educational leadership and I’m an administration intern at Victory Christian Academy. I am also currently coordinating a F.L.A.G. program, which teaches students the importance of patriotism and how to raise, lower and fold the American flag.”

Hobbies: “I enjoy spending time with my family and going out to eat at nice restaurants. I also enjoy cooking for family and friends and hosting get-togethers. My favorite activities are going to Dallas Mavericks basketball games, shopping for baby clothes and volunteer greeting at Victory FTW church.”

Why did you choose education as a profession?: “When I was younger, I watched the movie ‘Matilda’ and fell in love with the teacher Ms. Honey. I know it’s just a movie, but I fell in love with her character. I wanted to be just like her with her passion for teaching and loving kids. I love teaching, especially high school students, because I build relationships with kids and get to watch them leave to pursue their dreams. I couldn’t imagine being in any other career field but education. The kids are my ‘why’ of what I do, and I really think of them all like my own children.”

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