Welcome, fluent Spanish speakers! If you like Spanish, you’ll definitely like Senora Livingston, our Spanish teacher here at Shepherd. Here are some facts about her:
Senora Livingston was born in South Carolina. But that’s not the only place she has lived by a long shot- she has moved many times throughout her life and has lived in California, Brazil, and Uruguay, along with loads of other places. Her favorite place to visit was Brazil. Pity she wasn’t there during the Olympics!
Senora Livingston also has a brother and two sisters. She likes hot days best (don’t we all?). My old counterpart, The Person Who Died Of Boredom At The D.M.V., would be pleased to know that her favorite month is October. Hurray for skeletons![Symbol] Hurray also for Saturday and Sunday, her favorite days of the week (and mine and T.P.W.D.O.B.A.T.D.M.V.’s and… well, you get the picture). Senora Livingston has also posed as an interpreter several times. How cool is that?
Those are just some of the many cool things to know about Senora Livingston. We Shepherdians are very happy to have such an amazing Espanòl teacher!
By A. Nonny Mous
P.S. The Person Who Died Of Boredom At The D.M.V. wanted me to tell you that while at the Ghostly Meeting last week a Civil War soldier “accidentally” (or so he claimed) ate real pizza as opposed to the generic ghostly pizza from King Super’s (of the old-fashioned type). This sight was so traumatic that she is now relearning the difference between ghostly food and ghastly food (that’s Ghostese for human pizza).
Mr. Bradley, your average Tobin Heath fan-boy. His hobbies include soccer, running, rescuing globes from injustices, and Tobin Heath. If he wasn’t a teacher he would be a pro soccer or hockey player and was interested in video game design/programming. His favorite color is Polka Dot (Blue), favorite food is breakfast burritos, book is Paradise Lost, movie is anything with Denzel Washington (or Tobin Heath), season is fall, and he likes how active Coloradoans are. He has lived in Colorado all his life. If he didn’t live in Colorado he would like to be a hermit in Maine. Like Tobin Heath, Mr. Bradley is left handed. He likes to eat sandwiches with both hands. He would be interested in founding/leading a Tobin Heath fan club in his later life. He has been teaching at Shepherd for three years and enjoys teaching history the most out of all of the many, many, many, spectacular subjects he projects onto the mind of the impressionable youth of our delightfully weird and crazy middle school friends. His favorite book of the Bible is Romans! Also, did you know emojis count as words?
Fun Fact: His classroom is a globe sanctuary.
Did you ever want to know more about the Newsworthy Ms. Niesche?? What’s her favorite food? Did she ever get in trouble at school?? To answer all these questions and more, read on and learn all about the orange loving teacher!!!!
Her favorite color is.... yes, you guessed it... ORANGE!!!! Her favorite food is the classic American hamburger. YUM!!!! The Toy Story series is her favorite set of movies. She llooovves to read (who doesn’t?) Being a teacher has been her dream job since she was a kid. Her favorite subject? Math. History is her least favorite subject. She didn’t really get in trouble much at school. ( It would have been really interesting if she had!)
If she could go anywhere in the world, she would go to Germany. The coolest thing she’s ever done with her friends was at her fourth grade birthday party. She and her friends all stuffed blankets and pillows under their pajamas and pretended to be sumo wrestlers!!!!
I hope you learned everything you wanted to know about the fourth and fifth grade teacher!!! Who should we interview next? Go to the Shepherd’s Post and let us know by posting your answer in the comment boxes!!!
By: The Reading Random Roaring Radical Raging Raiding Radiant Zebra
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Jesus is the reason for the season. The end. Just kidding! This article CANNOT be this short…
Welcome back, Sherpherders? What are we? Oh yeah- Rams. I, for one, am happy that I get to go back to school after winter break (who’s excited??!!). In this crazy season, we usually forget what it’s all about. Presents, decorations, holiday traditions, and visitations with family are the craze during the holidays. An interesting question first, though: Why do we say happy holidays when there’s only two, but in February (a very special month for me) when there’s more, we don’t say anything special about them? Anyway, the reason for the season is sometimes lost in all the hustle and bustle. What is the reason for the season? Maybe it could be the Christmas Day service, which somehow seems to take longer than usual….But that doesn’t make much sense. It could possibly be the excitement, the anxiousness of waiting for Santa then opening presents on Christmas, but that isn’t it either. The reason for the season is often missed, but it is very important. For us to understand the reason for the season, we have to look time and time again at the nativity scene. As we take in Mary, Joseph, shepherds, and wonder where all the sheep went, we realize that Jesus is the true reason for the season. Jesus is the reason for any season! He created the seasons! This is the Electric Neon Glowing Cinnamon Fish Stick signing off.
(Bob’s wedding is coming up!![Come and crash it! This is the editor, by the way])
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