Mrs. Goblet has joined us at Millbrook as our newest Agriculture Teacher. She is currently teaching Horticulture I and all the Animal Science courses. She previously taught for ten years in Nash County and is thankful for the opportunity to teach closer to home!
Mrs. Allen-Brodnax is one of our newest Millbrook Marketing teachers. She arrives from Vance County with four years of previous teaching experience. She is currently teaching Sports and Entertainment Marketing I & II, and Fashion Merchandising. She is excited to join the team and plans to not only educate our students but help guide them on their journey through and beyond high school.
Mrs Clark comes to Millbrook from Johnston County with 13 years of teaching experience in Business. She is teaching Microsoft Word and Principles of Business & Finance. She was recently inducted into the CTE Business Teacher Hall of Fame and enjoys preparing her students for their future.
Mrs. Simmons is delighted to be a new addition to the Millbrook Family and is looking forward to working closely with the CTE Department. Previously she was a Career Development Coordinator and a Business Education teacher. Mrs. Simmons will be CTE's Instructional Management Coordinator, helping our teachers in the classroom and coordinating testing for the department.
Mr. Ed Manville
Joining the Millbrook team this year teaching Foods I is Mr. Ed Manville. He has over 20+ years of teaching experience in the classroom and has served three schools in Wake County. He encourages his students to seek their "Natural Talents" and builds relationships to foster and encourage students at every level. Food is just a tool that is used to help students identify and reach their greatest potential. He is excited to join the amazingly talented group of educators at Millbrook High School aka "The Brook"
In addition, our Career and Technical Student Organizations have started the year with a bang. FFA, DECA, TSA & FCCLA have all had their first meetings and are working on getting ready for their first competitions of the year. HOSA (Future Health Professionals) is starting new this year and will have their first meeting soon. The National Technical Honor Society will also be new to Millbrook this year. Selected Career & Technical Education (CTE) students will have the opportunity to join the National Technical Honor Society. The National Technical Honor Society is an honor society for outstanding CTE students that meet certain criteria. The mission is to honor student achievement and leadership in Career & Technical education, promote educational excellence, award scholarships, and enhance career opportunities for the NTHS membership.
Finally, The Millbrook Business Alliance is off to a great start as well. This group is a collaborative partnership between business leaders throughout the community and educators at Millbrook High School. The Business Alliance provides support and workplace realities for teachers and students. The career and life expertise of business leaders provides students with the relevancy between education and future careers. The Millbrook High School Business Alliance meets on a monthly basis to develop action steps towards meeting the goals aligned with the School Improvement Plan. There are many great opportunities for students being planned by this group for this year.