October AmeriCorps Coach of the Month: Coach Robyn

  1. Updates

Coach Robyn is serving her first year as an AmeriCorps member at Copperview Elementary School.

Coach Robyn brings her positive energy, and wonderful sense of humor to the playground every single day. In her short tenure as a coach, she’s been able to build a great rapport with all of her students and brings smiles to their faces at every recess!

Learn more about Coach Robyn

What is your favorite game/sport?

Football and Softball.

How do you usually relax after a long day?

By listening to music and hanging out with my kids.

What is your guilty pleasure?

The song “Nightmares and Dreams” by Meek Mills, the movie “The Hateful Eight,” and the TV show “Orange is the New Black.”

Tell us two fun facts about yourself!

I love to laugh and I love sports.

 

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