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Teacher spotlight: Jennifer Brazee

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Jennifer Brazee

Jennifer Brazee

Jennifer Brazee is a sixth-grade teacher at Corriher-Lipe Middle School.

Years teaching: Nine

Family: I have a wonderful husband, Nick, and a perfect daughter, Ally.

Favorite food: I LOVE all food! My favorite right now is Greek.

Favorite color: Green, but I like all colors.

Favorite TV show: TMZ

Favorite book: “Water for Elephants”

Favorite movies: There are so many I enjoy, “Role Models,” “Pitch Perfect,” “42,” “Trouble with the Curve,” “Avengers” and the list can go on.

Favorite sport or team: Hockey or lacrosse

Hobbies: Hiking, spending time with my family and friends

Dream vacation: Backpacking in New Zeland for three weeks or more and bungee jumping, snorkeling, sight-seeing, kayaking and taking lots of photos

Prized possession: My grandmother’s ring

Actor who would star in the movie of my life: Julia Stiles

Hidden talent: Knowing people who have talents

Motto: “The Lord doesn’t give you more than you can handle.”

Three words that describe me: Determined, hard-working and blunt

Someone who inspires you: My Granny Pat

Greatest accomplishment: The little things that I hold in my heart as I see my students accomplish feats and being able to push myself further in life when I fear I will fail.

Favorite quote: “Shoot for the moon because even if you miss you will land amongst the stars.”

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