Throwback Thursday Carson Brown


Tyler Hannegan

Helping students with disabilities to be successful in physical education, Brown participates in the P.E. mentor program for leadership and experience.

Pathfinder: How would you describe yourself to somebody who has never met you?

Brown: I would describe myself as a quiet person who enjoys being around other people. I enjoy being around other people because I am a very social person and I feel good and confident when I talk to other people.

What achievements do you have?

I help kids with developmental disabilities in P.E. Mentor class. I guide the students by throwing the ball to them and interacting with them so they can have a good time.  

What are you most grateful for?

I am grateful for the opportunity that I get to help kids with developmental disabilities in P.E. Mentor class. Anytime they are physically active and they are smiling makes me enjoy the class even more.  

What was the dumbest thing you ever did?

I ignored a teacher.  In the end, I regret doing that action.

What are your best qualities?

I am a good leader and a hard worker. I am a good leader because in Mrs. Maynard’s Social Skills Class, I help lead the bell ringer with another cadet teacher. I am a hard worker because I try to get really good grades.

What are you proud of personally?

I am proud of my good leadership skills and my high work ethic level.