February 9, 2021

JENNIFER CHEESMAN

Jennifer’s love for space came when she imagined herself as Christa McAuliffe. She too wanted to be the first teacher in space however due to poor eyesight that dream had to be put off to the side. Instead, Jennifer has used her passion for space science by attending Space Camp and Advanced Space Camp in Huntsville, Alabama where she re-united her passion for all things space. In the summer, you can find her training teachers from around the world at space camp at the United States Space and Rocket Center. In the summer 2013, she and four other teacher friends conducted a science experiment on board the Zero G plane to see how various materials cleaned up spills in microgravity. She currently teaches sixth grade science at Zuni Hills Elementary School in the Peoria Unified School District. Her motto is “Dare Mighty Things.”


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