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What made you decide to teach at Bishop McCort?

The students were a great influence on my decision in coming to McCort the first time. They are an exceptional group of young talented, mature, and considerate individuals than when I first started my teaching career, as well as today! As a faculty member again the same type of students fill the halls.

 

Have you ever taught anywhere else? If so how does it compare to other schools?

My teaching career started in the Public Schools, Greater Johnstown High School, Vo-tech, Ferndale and Conemaugh Valley. However, my favorite position was teaching Chemistry AP, Honors, and Academic at Bishop McCort that I held for 19 years. The Bishop McCort Faculty and the students are one of a kind. I did not find this in the other schools where I taught. At McCort everyone is a member of the McCort Family.

 

What was your first impression you had from Bishop McCort?

Nothing has changed from my first teaching position here at the start of my new position. The faculty has always been composed of welcoming wonderful friends. I have enjoyed this friendship over the years and now have a chance to reunite. As I begin a new school year at Bishop McCort I have nothing but positive things to say about our students, the students, are superb. This time around I am teaching Chemistry again, sophomore and some juniors. In addition, I am teaching 8th grade Divine Mercy Students Physical Science which is something different for me. No matter what the class the students are eager to learn and are fun to be around. That’s what makes teaching interesting.

 

What stands out about the students?

I have mentioned my reason for my happiness at Bishop McCort already. The students make the day. The quality students we have at Bishop McCort are not comparable to any other school I have taught in. It is always enjoyable to teach in a classroom that is welcoming. I enjoy a quote by Swindoll, “Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it.” The students at McCort make that 90% easy to react to.

 

How do you show school spirit?

I love the sporting events at Bishop McCort! Having coached Women’s Track for over 10 years I think the support of all our student-athletes is the best way to show School Spirit. WE ARE McCORT!

 

 

 

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