Bắn Cá Hải Tặc iOSBrown says he owes a lot to his parents and his grandfather, Freddie “Ham Bone” Scott, a retired head custodian at , for encouraging him to apply for the position.
“I’ve always loved being a Metro Schools employee, and I thank them every day for what they’ve done for me,” he said.
Bắn Cá Hải Tặc iOSLike a lot of young children, Brown had dreams of becoming a firefighter when he got older, but he does not regret choosing his current career path. Over the years, he has received certificated, hands-on training to become one of the finest custodians in the school district.
Brown says one of his favorite times of the year is during the summer, when he gets to do a deep dive into his cleaning. He takes pride in making Dan Mills look its best. He makes sure the floors shine, the building smells great and the vacuuming, which is one of his favorite assignments, is top-notch.
He takes pride in everyone being able to reap the benefits of his labor.
“I am blessed to be able to do what I love to do, because I’m really good at it,” he said.
Brown has spent most of his years performing typical custodial duties – cleaning, dusting and making sure things are neat and clean for students, faculty and staff each day. However, the coronavirus has ushered in newfangled custodial challenges that Brown’s principal says he has met head-on.
“It’s important that we are able to send our in-person students into a safe and clean environment each day, and we would not be able to accomplish this without Mr. Rocky,” said Robby Yates, executive principal at Dan Mills.
Brown ensures that high-touch areas such as doorknobs, push doors, restrooms and countertops are cleaned periodically throughout the day for the safety of the students moving around the building.
Bắn Cá Hải Tặc iOSThe staff at Dan Mills cannot praise Brown enough for all the hard work he does to ensure their school building is clean and working the way it should.
Bắn Cá Hải Tặc iOS“Our building would not function as successfully as it does without Rocky. We can literally see our reflections on the floor each day,” assistant principal Cheryl Covington says.
“Mr. Rocky is never hesitant to step outside of his role to go above and beyond to guarantee that the needs of this building and everyone in it are met.”
In his spare time, Brown enjoys going to amusement parks and riding roller coasters. He’s also looking forward to helping his parents spread some holiday cheer during this pandemic season by putting together an outdoor display.
Bắn Cá Hải Tặc iOSBrown hopes to spend many more years serving his Dan Mills family and eventually retiring as head custodian there.
Bắn Cá Hải Tặc iOS“My goal when I got hired here 22 years ago was to work here until I could no longer do the job,” he said, “and then retire like my granddad.”