Teacher of the Week: Angel Brake, Cedar Grove Elementary School
Angel Brake is at her third year teaching at the same elementary school she attended.
now to our weekly teacher of the week segment, Our latest honoree returned to her roots when she took a position at a Nash County elementary School. W. Orioles brian trader introduces us to an educator who knows she might inspire students to follow in her footsteps for you. Angel Breaks says she do from a young age that she wanted to help people. So it all started as wanting to make a difference in my community. She's now in her third year teaching at Cedar Fork Elementary in Nash County. Break is teaching at the same elementary school she attended. My mentor teacher is actually was my first grade teacher, brake says teaching during the pandemic has been a team effort. The parent who nominated her says Break has reached out on the weekends to help her kids with remote learning. If somebody needed my help, whether it was the weekend or after school hours, I still wanted to be there to help these families because I knew they were at work when I was at work. So when they got home to have a chance to work with their child, I wanted to be able to help and provide them their assistance as Break teaches in person and virtual classes. At the same time, she knows that she might be inspiring a future teacher at Cedar Grove Elementary. Seeing how hard my teachers work and how much they had an impact on me. Also made me want to grow up to be a teacher and to help people because I know how much of an impact we have on students. Angel Break is Wre Els teacher of the week. I'm brian trader WRL News. See all of our honored teachers and nominate one for us to recognize here, go to WRL dot com. Enter Teacher of the week in the search box.