Lifelong skills were a very important part of curriculum because students learned how to be independent. As a vocational teacher at MHS, Ms. Brothers taught students how to cook and clean, how to set tables, and how to apply basic sewing techniques. While enrolled in Ms. Brothers’ classes, she probably struck students as being an organizer. When Ms. Brothers was invited to recent “MHS Teachers’ Luncheon,” she quickly arranged the place, time, and day for luncheon. She voluntarily brought photos and discussed whereabouts of many MHS teachers such as Mrs. Gwendolyn Hayes who lives in Orlando; Ms. Ruby Johnson in Boca Raton; and Mr. John Moore in Oviedo just to name a few.