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Mrs. Klenczar

Mrs. Klenczar shares some of her feelings about teaching.

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  • What made you want to become a teacher?

“I was a first grade teacher assistant when I was in high school and enjoyed the experience.”

  • If you could go back to your first year of teaching, what is one thing you would do differently?

“My first year, I taught special-ed, and I wish I had done more hands-on activities and projects.”

  • Describe one of your most memorable moments or days in your teaching career.

“Taking my students to American House was one of my most memorable moments.”

  • If you could take your students on a field trip anywhere in the world, where would it be and why?

“I would want to take the kids to the Appalachian Mountains to rebuild homes.”

  • What frustrates you most about education?

“State funding for schools and not being able to have enough accessible materials.”

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Lindsay Berke, Contributor

Lindsay Berke is an eighth grader at Warner Middle School. She has been playing tennis for more than four years and is very athletic. Lindsay has a brother, Ryan, who is currently in tenth grade and is very close with him and the rest of her family. A funky fact about Lindsay is that she can juggle with two or three items at a time. Ask her to show you!

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