Teacher Spotlight: Megan McReynolds (CCHS)

Posted by Brittany Ruess on 11/13/2020 2:00:00 PM

In her junior and senior years at JCHS, Megan McReynolds developed an interest in anatomy and physiology. She went on to study exercise science, with plans to be a personal trainer and support students with athletic injuries. But, Megan’s course changed when she worked with a student with autism as a paraprofessional -- a job she took her final semester of college. 

With a newfound passion for education, Megan went on to pursue a career as a teacher and coach. Now, she’s combined her love for anatomy and physiology with her passion for education as a science teacher at CCHS. Teaching principles of biomedical sciences and human body systems, Megan helps her students excel in so many ways. 

She not only supports her students with their academics, but also with challenges they're facing in everyday life. Megan never gives up on her students, pouring her heart and soul into helping them achieve success. Her hard work and dedication were a couple of the many reasons she was awarded the 2020 Eisinger Outstanding Educator Award earlier this year. 

Watch this video and get to know one awesome science teacher!