Mrs. Jeannette Meinzer joins the Spanish faculty
October 3, 2011 • Mitchell Johnson, Senior Turret writer
Filed under Staff
Mrs. Jeannette Meinzer is one of the many new teachers that we are lucky to have here at CBC. She was born and raised in Puerto Rico until she came to the United States and lived in Chicago for ten years.
Mrs. Meinzer has been in St. Louis for 15 years now and graduated from UMSL with a degree in Spanish education grades k-12 and also received a Master’s Degree in the Spanish language.
She has known about CBC for a while, but it was not until this past year when it became a possible school choice for her youngest son Calob.
As if by fate, later in the year she received a call from a friend about a possible opening for a Spanish teacher at CBC. She then interviewed and got the job at CBC.
“I believe it was in God’s hands for me to be part of this school,” Mrs. Meinzer said.
She teaches Spanish 1 and 2, and has expressed great affection towards the CBC community. She loves the people, the staff, and believes that CBC provides a great education to all students.
In addition to teaching, she loves mission work. She has been to Indian reservations in South Dakota and done work in Poland and Uganda.
She loves to work and help people. She fell in love with the people of Uganda.