Teacher Spotlight Q&A

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Sophia Landeryou, Staff Writer

English and leadership teacher
Q: If you weren’t a teacher, what would be your dream profession?
A: “I would love to own a bed and breakfast in a little town in New Hampshire or Maine. I want to learn to bake better and have people come and stay.”
Q: What song do you know all the lyrics to?
A: “The Sun Will Come Out Tomorrow by Alicia Morton, that’s the first song that comes to mind.”
Q: If you could travel anywhere in the world right now, where would you go?
A: “I would want to go to Sicily, Italy, to see the place where my family is from. I’ve never been there before and am planning to go in the future, but if I could go right now I would.”
Q: What is your favorite book of all time?
A: “It is so cliche, but I have to say To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee. There is just so much to the book, it teaches us about life and individuals and what we stand for.”
Q: What is favorite thing about being a teacher?
A: “Connections with students, I love getting to know so many different personalities and people. Also watching students grow over time and seeing what they become.”
Q: If you were an animal what animal would you be?
A: “I would probably be a monkey! I am constantly bouncing all over the place.”
Q: If you were to make a drastic change in your life what would it be?
A: “I think being a foster parent is something I would do. I really admire people who are foster parents and open up their homes to children.”