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    Beverly Days

    Department: Resource
    A Day:
    1st Block - English 9 AS -Mrs. Coleman - RM 201A
    2nd Block - English 9 SC / RM 201A
    3rd Block - English 9 AS - Ms. Berman - RM 204A
    4th Block - Planning - 
    B Day: 
    5th Block - English 9 AS /Mrs. Coleman - RM 201A
    6th Block - English 9 AS Ms. Berman - RM 204A
    7th Block - CAMPUS - RM 127
    8th Block - Planning - 

     Phoenix             Schoology

    Sponsored Activities:
    • CAMPUS Facilitor
    • Step Team "TRiUMPHANT" Sponsor
    • Education:
      • Bachelors:  Mountain State University
      • Masters in Education: Regent University
    Hello Broad Run Family! 

    My name is Beverly Days. This is my sixth-year teaching at Broad Run High School.  I was born in the beautiful "Sunshine State;" Florida. Upon graduating high school, I enlisted in the United States Air Force, whereas, my job titles were: Fleet Management, Vehicle Operator, and Supply Computer Systems Analyst. Being in the Air Force, afforded me the opportunity to travel throughout the states, aboard, and serving in the Gulf War. I met many people with diverse backgrounds, religions, and cultures. My favorite country to live in was Athens, Greece. Shortly after returning to the United States, I retired in my home state of Florida. During my service, I started courses to earn my Bachelor's Degree, in Business and Organizational Leadership. After retiring from the Air Force, I continued my education and worked in the Miami Dade County Florida Public School System.

    My educational philosophy: I believe all students can learn and as educators, we can learn from students. I decided to return to school to earn my Master's Degree in Education. There are several elements I believe are needed to be conducive in helping each student. First and foremost, being patient, flexible, an active listener, observer, and making each student feel that they are important, and valued. Second, clarifying my expectations as their teacher, ascertaining what their goals are, what interest them, and what works best for their individual learning. Third, promoting active engagement, inquiring minds, and independence; forth, teaching them that there is no such thing as failure. More importantly, helping students understand we all make mistakes, learning how to navigate and learn from mistakes are what is most important; there is always tomorrow.  

    One of my favorite quotes, by Haim G. Ginott, “I’ve come to a frightening conclusion that I am the decisive element in the classroom. It’s my personal approach that creates the climate. It’s my daily mood that makes the weather. As a teacher, I possess a tremendous power to make a child’s life miserable or joyous. I can be a tool of torture or an instrument of inspiration. I can humiliate or heal. In all situations, it is my response that decides whether a crisis will be escalated or de-escalated and a child humanized or dehumanized.” I want to be the positive element in your child's life!
    I am one of our schools facilitator for the College Achievement & Multicultural Program for Unique Students (CAMPUS).  CAMPUS is an academic and college preparation program that provides support and encouragement to meet specific needs for first-generation college-bound students. 
    In my spare time. I like watching HGTV, Food Network, and Sci-Fi. I am also one of the sponsors for our school step team, "TRiUMPHANT." I currently live in Martinsburg, WV, with my husband Michael, my two daughters Breayun and Mykera, and my son Hurshel. I also, have three grandchildren: Tany'Jah, Ta'Bias, and Jazmyn-RoyElle.  

    Please feel free to email me with any questions you might have throughout the year. I am here for you and look forward to working with you during the year. 
    "Every student can learn - Just not the same day or the same way."  - George Evans