Mr. Brown:  

Mr. Brown was born and raised in Maryland, and has lived his entire life in Harford County. He is extremely excited to be a part of the Mays Chapel team and community. Mr. Brown is a graduate of Towson University with a Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education. He began teaching in the fall of 2010 at Hawthorne Elementary School, where he spent two years in first grade and the following four years in kindergarten. Mr. Brown is currently attending Goucher College, where he is pursuing a Master's degree in School Improvement Leadership. He looks forward to making a positive and meaningful impact on his students and the community of Mays Chapel. Mr. Brown is a huge fan of science fiction, ranging everywhere from superheroes to Star Wars. In his free time, he enjoys living life to the fullest with his wife Jenn and son Sawyer, hiking with his dog Reese, rooting for the Ravens and Orioles, watching movies, staying active in sports leagues, and spending time with his immediate and extended family. Mrs. Brenner:
Mrs. Brenner is delighted to be back at Mays Chapel and in her home state of Maryland after her move to Oregon in 2015. In 2009, Mrs. Brenner earned her Bachelor's Degree from Salisbury University in Early Childhood/Elementary Education and has been teaching first grade since. She is excited to be a grade changer as a Kindergarten teacher this year. Mrs. Brenner had a wonderful intern experience in a Kindergarten classroom and is eager to use what she learned there, as well as her experience teaching first grade for many years to create a positive, successful and fun year with her Kinders! Mrs. Brenner is pursuing her Master’s Degree at Loyola University. In her spare time, Mrs. Brenner enjoys trail running, stand-up paddle boarding, traveling and spending time with family and friends.

Mrs. England:

Mrs. England is delighted to be teaching kindergarten at Mays Chapel Elementary School since year one in 2014. She graduated from the University of Maryland at Baltimore County with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a certification in early childhood education. Mrs. England also completed her master’s with an emphasis in reading and technology. She began her full-time teaching career at Arbutus Elementary School in 1998, where she taught first grade for 13 years and kindergarten for 3 years. Mrs. England lives in PA with her husband and yellow Labrador retriever. Her daughter is a full-time student at the University of Florida. When she is not in the classroom, she enjoys spending time with her family, gardening, reading, drawing, volunteering, and shopping for the classroom. Mrs. England always looks forward to getting to know her students and families, and she is very excited to be a part of this incredible team!

Mrs. Kline:  

Mrs. Kline has been teaching kindergarten for BCPS since 2007. She previously taught in Catonsville, and then moved to Mays Chapel ES its opening year in 2014. She graduated with her Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education in 2006 from Saginaw Valley State University in Saginaw, Michigan. She is currently working on attaining her master's with an emphasis in reading. Mrs. Kline has two daughters at home and enjoys reading, cooking, yoga and gardening.

Mrs. Maietta:

At age 9, Mrs. Maietta wanted to be a teacher because she liked writing on the chalkboard. Her reasons to go into education evolved and eventually led to her undergraduate degree from the University of Delaware, immediately followed by a Masters in Elementary Education from The College of New Jersey. Originally from South Jersey, Mrs. Maietta began her teaching career in 2007 for Prince George’s County Public Schools, teaching 1st and 2nd grades before coming to Baltimore County in 2012. Before coming to Mays Chapel in 2016, she spent 4 years teaching at Edmondson Heights Elementary, 1 year in reading reduction and 3 years in Kindergarten. When not teaching, Mrs. Maietta enjoys spending quality time with her husband and daughter and trying to get back into running. She loves being part of Team Mays! (If you were wondering how to pronounce her name it’s My-etta.)