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Lucky! Eighth grade students Madison Mirabella and Brianna Bougher are big supporters.   Mirabella and her partner in crime were two of the first to join the sale, which gave them a great advantage to pick their favorite flavors.

Lollipop Sale for PBIS

Vionna Jackson, Reporter
November 30, 2022
Strike a pose! Learning support teacher Christopher DeGol poses for his picture.

Christopher DeGol

Giuliana Miller, Reporter
November 23, 2022
Brand new. It is Madeyln Ardreys first year teaching, as well as her first job. Her teachers growing up had inspired her to pursue teaching as a career. This is my first year in my own classroom! said Ardrey.

Madelyn Ardrey

Conner Ryan, Reporter
November 23, 2022
Pose! Eighth grade history teacher Dominic Williams poses for a picture outside his classroom. He had been teaching a class beforehand, engaging with his students.

Dominic Williams

Gaby Sparacino, Reporter
November 23, 2022
Say Cheese! Sixth grade health teacher Chris Tromm smiles for a picture. He helped his students work on a project moments before.

Chris Tromm

Gaby Sparacino, Reporter
November 23, 2022
Snapshot! Sixth grade reading specialist Annie Rupp poses for her photo. She had a prep period prior to the interview, planning as much as she could for her classes.

Annie Rupp

Gaby Sparacino, Reporter
November 23, 2022
Welcome! Skyler Mignogna is a new seventh grade science teacher this year.

Skyler Mignogna

Emmalee Martyak, Reporter
November 23, 2022
Say Hello! Sarah Moyer is a new teacher in seventh grade special education.

Sarah Moyer

Emmalee Martyak, Reporter
November 23, 2022
Smile! This is seventh grade teacher Makayla Clemons first year teaching. Clemons had a piece of advice for other teachers she wanted to share. If you are planning on becoming a teacher, its not as easy as you think its going to be. If you really want to do it and your heart is in it, then it will be the best decision you ever make, said Clemons.

Makayla Clemons

Sophia Moran, Reporter
November 23, 2022
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