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Catching Up With Mr. Prejean

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1) If you weren’t a teacher, what would you be?

I would probably be in a sales job of some kind or some field that involved interacting with people.

2) If you could turn into any animal what would it be and why?

A dog! They have the life. Their only issue they have is running late for their nap.

3) If you had the chance to go back in time where would you go? 

I would go back to 60s and find out what the hype was all about.

4) What do you wish to see happen this school year?

I hope as I do every year that no student will take this opportunity to better themselves for granted. An education is your ticket to success.

5) If you could be principal for the day what would you do?

Try to get back to my classroom as soon as possible. We’re just fine with the awesome principal that we have.

6) What do you like most about being a teacher?

I love how each fall brings with it a new beginning. I also love being a part of a student attaining their goals. Summers off are pretty nice too.

7) IF you could hang out with any celebrity for a day who would it be and why?

Jimmy Buffett because I’m sure it would involve some good music on a beach.

8) What’s one place, in the whole world, would you visit and why?

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. I have this dream of going on a big tour of Civil War battlegrounds.

9) If you won the lottery what’s the first thing you would do? 

Get that beach house I’ve always wanted and season tickets to every team I like.

10) What’s the most challenging part of being a teacher?

The fact that so many are counting on you to be at your best no matter how tired you are or how bad a day you might be having. That’s also one of the things I love about what I do.

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Catching Up With Mr. Prejean