BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN POLITICS & EDUCATION
Breyone Carter is a teacher and life long resident of Lafayette Parish. As of May 2019, she completed her 6th year of teaching in the Lafayette Parish School System. Ms. Carter has been afforded the opportunity to teach at a higher level outside of the school system, which opens the door for her to run for the District 2 seat on the Lafayette Parish School Board. She has always been openly vocal and adamant about advocating for positive change in education and her unique perspective would be an asset to the board.
Ms. Carter is an active member of her church, community, and the Lafayette Parish School System. She currently volunteers as the cheerleading coach at Northside High School where she is entering her fifth year as their coach and serves as the District 4 representative for the Louisiana Science Teachers Association. Breyone also helped LPSS science teachers by participating in the development of a package of lessons for teachers to use that aligned with the newly adopted Louisiana Student Standards for Science. As a mentor teacher for the past 4 years, she partnered with the University of Louisiana at Lafayette to train future teachers in the best practices of education.
Ms. Carter has presented materials to teachers at LPSS District Inservices, multiple teacher conferences, and has served as a grade level /teacher leader for at least 5 years of her career. Breyone was named the 2019 Teacher of the year at J.W. Faulk Elementary and was a Top 5 District Teacher of the Year Finalist for that same year.
As a student, Breyone attended Acadian Middle School, which is a part of District 2, as well as S.J. Montgomery Elementary and Live Oak Elementary School. She graduated from Northside High School and went on to receive a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education and a Master of Education in Educational Leadership from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Ms. Carter has lived in District 2 for over 20 years and is looking forward to helping not only the students, teachers, parents, and residents of District 2, but also those same stakeholder groups across the parish.
Breyone is not a politician first, she is a teacher who plans to BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN POLITICS AND EDUCATION by being elected to hold the District 2 seat on the Lafayette Parish School Board. Please support by voting for Breyone on October 12, 2019!
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