Teacher Interview

Dr. Kaye Bray

Dr. Kaye Bray

I have chosen to interview my grandmother, Kaye Bray. She has been teaching for 20 years and she has had many different teaching jobs. She is an experienced teacher who I look up to. She is a librarian at Keller Harvel Elementary school. She spends 40 hours or more working every week.


Dr. Bray graduated from UNT with a Ph. D majoring in information science. She has been teaching for twenty years, eight years as a professor at Texas Women's University, two years teaching second and third graders, one year teaching sixth, seventh and eighth graders and nine years as a librarian.


"It is a lot of work and very demanding, but it is also very rewarding. Teachers must be willing and flexible."

Typical Day as a Teacher:

"Students come to the library for assistance before and after school, as well as during the day. Classes come to the library for instruction book check out and research"


Duties associated with the job: maintaining the library collection , purchasing and weeding as needed, assisting teachers, classes, and students

Duties not associated with the job: morning announcements, lunch room duty, and any other duty needed.

Biggest Challenge:

"Keeping track of all the paperwork and new technology programs."

Biggest Reward:

"Watching students grow, learn, and develop their skills."