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Welcome to my classroom website! My name is Megan and I teach in the autism classroom at Browning Springs.
I am married to my husband, Jesse and have a daughter, Audrey and a son, Eli.
We are teaching leadership and life skills through the 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens and creating a culture of student empowerment. The students in my classroom are assigned a classroom job and learning leadership, responsibility, accountability, communication, initiatives, creativity, and teamwork.
I'm excited about this year and all the new leadership opportunities. We plan to work hard and play hard in my classroom! Lets have a great year!
Browning Springs Middle School went Blue for April!
Browning Springs Middle School participated in
“Light It Up Blue” for Autism Awareness
April is Autism Awareness month and Browning Springs wanted to spread awareness and understanding of autism to Hopkins County. They wanted to celebrate and honor the unique talents and skills of people with autism. The outside of the school turned blue for the entire month of April. All staff members wore blue to support the cause.
On the evening of April 2, World Autism Awareness Day, thousands of landmarks and businesses in 157 countries united by shining bright blue lights in honor of the millions of individuals and families affected by autism.
Browning Springs chose to celebrate for the entire month of April, instead of just on April 2. The blue lights continue to shine at night to raise awareness of autism spectrum disorder.
Blue LED lights were placed in 60 windows across the front of the building, blue film was placed over the spotlights on the outside of the building, signs donated by Heritage Homes were hand painted and placed in the yard, and blue solar lights lined the sidewalks.
It’s important for our students and members of the community to know that we support them and love them. Shining blue lights and wearing the blue colors was our way of showing our love and support.