Chantelle Rose has been intrigued by the out-of-doors her entire life. As a child she enjoyed camping trips with her family, canoeing expeditions, and spending every day of every summer outside. Her resulting sense of adventure has led her to travel to three continents and earn a seat on a sub-orbital spaceflight. She choose the field of education to inspire, excite, and engage students in the amazing opportunities that abound for them! She has been teaching since 1995 and has taught every grade level. Chantelle received her Bachelor of Science in Education from Urbana University in 1995. She received her Master of Science in Educational Administration from the University of Dayton in 1998.
Ms. Rose currently teaches at Graham High School, where she has taught Environmental Science, Physical Science, Science in Ohio, Science Proficiency Lab, and Biology I. Her students have the opportunity to explore aviation in the footsteps of the Wright Brothers, visit Ordovician bedrock to learn about ancient Ohio, and utilize their school land lab to study the local flora and fauna.
Ms. Rose also serves as a Volunteer for Girl Scouts and organizes school and recreation Pee Wee Cheerleading. Her hobbies include traveling and spending time enjoying nature with her family.