My name is Mrs. Brown. I have been teaching mathematics since 1982 when I graduated from Miami University.
I first taught in the Northwest-Colerain School District in Cincinnati where I was also a Career Coordinator.
I then served as a counselor and teacher in Norwood City Schools. At the same time I was an adjunct professor at Mt. St. Joseph University and taught Math Methods to graduate students who went on to become teachers.
When I moved back to Dayton (I was raised in Trotwood), I helped start the Dayton Regional STEM School and taught there for six years before coming to National Trail Schools in 2015 where I presently teach Pre-calculus and Algebra II.
One of my favorite school experiences was going to Educator Space Camp at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Alabama where I met astronauts and received a space suit and my flight wings emblem.
My favorite part of teaching is working with students, parents and other teachers. I actually think it is the best job in the world and am thankful to have had the opportunity to learn so much from so many for so long.