A perfect fit
By Robert Proctor
The Cuero Record
Even though Megan Boehl is no longer teaching at Cuero Junior High School, her passion for teaching is still prevalent in her life. When her son Nate became sick, it forced her to quit her full-time teaching position of six years. It led her to her new position, as the programs director for the Boys & Girls Club of DeWitt County (BGCDC).
Once Nate started to get better earlier this year, she accepted an offer in mid-July with BGCDC.
“Since I was a teacher and really enjoy working with kids and doing things for the children, but teaching wasn’t very flexible, and I needed something more part-time, this job seemed like a perfect fit,” Boehl noted. “I can do a lot of work from home.”
The opportunity to not only work with children but their parents and the community attracted her to the job.
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