Hi there! I am January Rowe!
In case you wanted to know a little bit about me: I grew up in Richardson until I was 14, and then my family moved to Melissa, Texas. I graduated from McKinney High School (Melissa, Texas didn't have a high school when we moved there) and I went to Hardin-Simmons University where I received my degree in English with a minor in Psychology. Afterwards, I obtained my teacher’s certificate from University of Texas at Dallas and taught English, Theatre, and Psychology in McKinney and then at Melissa High School... and now I'm starting my seventh year as a PHS Eagle!
I have a wonderful family! And I mean... they are really truly uh-maz-ing. I am married to Pasco Rowe, who is a digital marketer for a local brain injury rehabilitation group and he is also the inventor/CEO of Chord Dice! We live in McKinney with our two sons Pasco “Pac” (13 years old) who attends Hays Middle School and Saxon (9 years old) who is at Baker Elementary! A couple years ago we moved into the Prosper ISD neighborhood and feel right at home.
I am so excited to be back with Prosper students because we make a great team! This year I'll be working as the Individualized Student Support teacher working with students in In-School Suspension, Credit Recovery, and case managing At-Risk and Special Education students. I am so excited to help each student reach their full potential!
Please let me know if you have any questions or if I can help in any way!
Mrs. January Rowe
469.219.2180 ext 80186
Conference Times: 10:43am - 12:15pm
1st - ISS/Credit Recovery
2nd - Conference
3rd - ISS/Credit Recovery
4th - ISS/Credit Recovery
5th - ISS/Credit Recovery
6th - Conference
7th - ISS/Credit Recovery
8th - ISS/Credit Recovery
Oh, and because I know you're thinking it: No, I actually wasn't born in January! My birthday is October 2nd! My father proposed to my mother in the month of January (hence my name) in the city of Austin, Texas (my brother's name is Austin)! Isn't that so cute!?!?! And my parents are still all in love and married and everything! And we copied a similar idea with my son, Saxon... he is named after the area where I was living when my husband proposed to me! Aww, so sweet! (I know, right!?!?!)