Michele Sennon-Britton is a Spanish teacher at James Madison High School in Brooklyn, New York. She hails from the beautiful twin-island country of Trinidad and Tobago, in the West Indies. Coming from a highly diverse background, she brings a melting pot of culinary experiences to her school’s Virtual Cooking Club, for which she is the proud Advisor. In her spare time, Michele enjoys traveling to other countries and sampling local dishes. She also enjoys preparing sumptuous meals for her family and friends. She is also a former recipient of the Claes Nobel Educator of Distinction Award.
Clubs and extracurricular activities allow students to develop leadership skills and find ways to contribute meaningfully to their community. Club advisors and sponsors often support these clubs with their own funds or through fundraising activities. To support our outstanding educators and the clubs they oversee, NSHSS is giving ten (10) NSHSS Educators a $500 grant to help provide additional opportunities to their student clubs.