FCPS Fierce stands for Females Inspired and Empowered by Rigorous Classes and Exercise. Through this video series, you will meet standout FCPS athletes, coaches and staff members who know what it takes to be FIERCE.
EPISODE 3: GOV. THOMAS JOHNSON HIGH'S STEPHANIE REICH
Synopsis: Reich is in her second year as the cross country coach at Gov. Thomas Johnson High School. She teaches math at Monocacy Middle. She has returned to her alma mater to coach. Stephanie recently placed third in the Army 10-miler in Washington. Stephanie says she is FIERCE because she doesn't set limitations for herself, her students or her athletes.
EPISODE 2: URBANA HIGH'S BECKY HACKETT
Synopsis: After playing for the Urbana Hawks while in high school, Hackett has returned to her alma mater to teach and coach. Hackett also played Division I college women's basketball at Rider University. Urbana won the first Central Maryland Conference championship this year. She is FIERCE because she is not scared to work hard and she is passionate about what she does.
Episode 1: Middletown High's PAIGE RHODERICK
Synposis: A standout volleyball and lacrosse player, Paige also played baseball for much of her life. Her male teammates never gave her trouble. Paige learned so much from the sport. Now focused on volleyball, Paige shares why she is passionate about athletics and what's she's learned through competing throughout her life.