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Questions? Contact Mr. Brent Hopkins, Department Chair (bhopkins@bcps.org).


 Keith Fauntleroy Keith Fauntleroy
 kfauntleroy@bcps.org
 Brent Hopkins
Brent Hopkins, Department Chair:
 AP Computer Science Principles, AP Computer Science A, Computer Science C++, Foundations of Computer Science
bhopkins@bcps.org 
I am a 20 year veteran math and computer science instructor who enjoys working out, playing basketball and doing things with my family. I am a graduate of North Carolina A and T State University...Aggie Pride!!
 Howard Jackson Howard Jackson
hjackson2@bcps.org
 Lynn Jacobs
Lynn Jacobs, School to Career Coordinator: College Career Research Development

ljacobs@bcps.org
I spent 25 years of my career teaching Business Education providing students with the skills to be successful in the workforce. Now at New Town, I am now able to see how those skills are used in the workforce as the School to Career Coordinator. In addition to working with my interns, my Intro CCRD students will evaluate and research careers to plan their path for success.

 Rodney Leach Rodney Leach
rleach@bcps.org
 Keima Weinberg Keima Wenberg
kweinberg@bcps.org

 Cynthia Wise
Cynthia Wise: Food Professional I & II

cwise2@bcps.org
I am a mother, a daughter, an Abby [we don't use grandma], a servant, an educator, and a Jenny-of-all-trades. I dabble in sewing, jewelry making, beaded bracelets and waist beads, make- up artistry, am a Mary Kay consultant, and I work a mean photobooth! I LOVE RAVENS football and I watch a bit of basketball too.

I was educated in the Baltimore City Public School System having graduated from Edmondson- Westside High School where I studied Food Service. With no real idea what I wanted to do with the rest of my life careerwise, I decided to attend culinary school. I attended Johnson & Wales University on a partial scholarship, turning down a full scholarship to Coppin State College. Upon graduating with an AA degree in Culinary Arts, I returned home to work. My first job from culinary school was as a line cook at the Omni Hotel in downtown Baltimore. Shortly after, I was promoted to Sous Chef at the Embassy Suites by Hilton at BWI Airport. Due to family obligations, I decided to put down my chef's hat and pick up a nail brush. I was trained and am still, to this day, a licensed manicurist in good standing for over 20 years. Think, making money during COVID! LOL!!! While working at a salon in Arbutus, I decided to return to school, this time to pursue a career in education. I graduated from Towson University with my BS in Elementary Education and Grand Canyon University online with an MS in Reading and Curri
culum Instruction. I am currently in my 17th year teaching, fifteen of those years in the elementary classroom.

Since my daughters are now ages 34, 24, and 16, with my youngest a Junior at Milford Mill High School and a grandson who is 15, I decided now would be a great time to return to my culinary roots. I have, in the last few years, re-entered the culinary field in the area of catering, as well as making the switch in my teaching to Nutrition and Foods, now Food Professional I & II since last year. This is my first year at New Town High School and I could not be more proud to be a Titan!