The Life of Mrs. Warner
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Many people do not know that a CHS math teacher was raised in Bronson, but it is true.
Mrs. Warner attended Bronson High School and graduated from high school in the year 1991.
Mrs. Warner said that her high school experience was great because she was one of the smartest students in her class and she played more than sports in high school, so for sure that a lot of fun.
Warner joined college right after high school, and attended Kellogg Community College in Battle Creek, MI.
She only took the basics at Kellogg Community College, and then transferred to finish her education at one of the biggest schools in the state of Michigan, Western Michigan University.
Warner earned most of her credit from Western, then after she took most of her classes, she had couple classes left to become an official math teacher, so she transferred to Spring Arbor University.
Mrs. Warner thinks that the experience of both college and high school is different.
She think that college is more exciting because in high school you just take classes you are required so you can get your diploma. That means that in college there’s more flexibility, and you pick the classes of your interest, so it’s much better than high school.
Warner picked becoming a math teacher because she said since she was little, she was always good with numbers, and an A student in most of the math classes she took.
Mrs. Warner love math, and it suits her personality and talent, which is why she became an math teacher.
Mrs. Warner has been a teacher for 19 years since 1997, when Mrs. Warner started her teaching career at Jackson for 2 years. After teaching at Jackson, Warner transferred to Coldwater High School, where she has been teaching here the past 17 years.