A: I am not from Nashville. I am grew up in Hawaii and my wife and I moved here from Sonoma, CA in 2004. I did university in CA too. My favorite thing about Nashville is family. My brother and his family live near us and they took us in after our house flooded. We really enjoyed hanging out each night and talking while we lived with them.
A: I would want to see Pre-1st because I want to know about life down there and what my daughter’s day might be like someday. Plus, all the teachers are passionate about helping student develop core skills that all others build upon and watching that process would be very interesting.
Q: Take us back to your Middle School Days…What is one of your favorite memories?
A: In seventh grade, my science teacher had us build 3-D models of a leaf. That project really helped me understand how all the internal parts of the leaf work together to help transport sugars from chloroplasts to cells throughout the plant.
A: Art. I had two classes a day of art. Those classes allowed me to express myself and I studied Art before changing to Science in college.
Q: What’s the best Ensworth activity or day you look forward to every year?
A: MLK assembly. Each year we find new and meaningful ways to celebrate his life and the efforts of so many others that helped to change our society for the better. Unity of all humankind is a lofty goal worth working towards.
Q: What faculty member from EHS would you like to see profiled next?
A: Andy Kelley