Students in the Introduction to Publications class interviewed their teachers. Here's what they learned.
Jacquelyn Youngerman juggles between teaching Spanish and taking care of her one-year-old daughter, Lillian. When she's not busy teaching or parenting, she enjoys cooking.
Q: Where did you teach before Tigard?
A: I taught in Tennessee, Kentucky, and Missouri.
Q: How come you bounced around between schools a lot?
A: Well, generally because my husband was in the military[...] that’s why we...
Connie Jolley teaches health classes, and enjoys being outdoors in her spare time.
Q: Who is your biggest motivation? And how have they impacted you?
A: “I look up to my parents. They’ve taught me how to be a good person; they taught me so many life lessons that made me who I am today.”
Q: What do you do for fun besides running? What makes that enjoyable?
A: “I like to be outdoors for ...
Jesse Abell might get sad when he looks at his bank account, but he still loves what he does.
Q: What is your favorite sport to play/coach?
A: “My favorite sport to play is volleyball. And people always ask me do you like coaching volleyball or basketball better, they’re so different I cant put one above the other one. I like them both but they are completely different.”
Q: When did...
Q: When and how did you decide you wanted to become a teacher?
A: Both my parents were teachers, so I grew up believing I would not ever be a teacher. I thought that until somewhere in the middle of college, when I was a history major, and I thought, “What am I going to do with this?” But those were the classes that I loved, and I realized all my jobs had something to do with working with young...
From Hawaii, to Oregon, new teacher Eljean Madio is excited for her journey at Tigard High School.
This year Tigard High School welcomed many new teachers, including Eljean Madio. Madio is a sophomore English teacher teaching the new elective, Race in the 21st Century.
Madio grew up in Hawaii. Home of beautiful beaches, exquisite food, and a variety of attractions, and...