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Ms. Eseppi

Ms. Eseppi

Emily Ebsen, WLHSnow Staff

November 3, 2017


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Q: What are your hobbies? A: “I am a big tap dancer, I have been tap dancing ever since I was in fourth grade. I am part of  a performance group, we perform at nursing homes and occasionally we put on our own performances. I also really like skiing in the winter and I’ve recently started p...

Molly Hurtado, math teacher Q & A

Haven Lee, WLHSnow Staff

November 2, 2017


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Q: Where were you born? A: “I was born in Hollywood, Fla. in 1967, a long time ago. I lived in Orlando until I was about seven or 8 and then we moved out west to Oregon from there.”   Q: So you’ve lived in Oregon ever since then? A: “Ever since then, yes.”   Q: How did you...

James Coombs

James Coombs

Amirhossein Salem, WLHSnow Staff

November 1, 2017


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Q: How was your summer and did you go to anywhere? A: My summer was great. It was very busy because I was getting ready for my new job.   Q: Did you have fun during summer with your family? A: Yes, my wife and I took our dog around the mountains to do a little hiking, and it was gr...

Ms. Patterson Q&A

Ms. Patterson Q&A

Alexander Bischel, WLHSnow Staff

October 27, 2017


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“I started choir in my junior year and continued with it through college until I got my vocal major, then I just got hooked.” Aubrey Patterson, new choir teacher said, “When I get to work with students who are as passionate about this as I am, it makes my day.” Patterson is a choir-loving person who loves...

Aubrey Patterson

Aubrey Patterson

Aleksander Brooks, WLHSnow Staff

October 10, 2017


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Q: Why did you get into music and teaching? A: It's the only thing that makes me feel something every day, and it's the only career I can imagine where I would be passionate about one part of my day every day. Q: How did you get into music? A: I grew up as a pianist, and I got recruited when I was in high sch...

Ian Lamont

Ian Lamont

Matilda Milner, WLHSnow Staff

October 10, 2017


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Is your style of teaching inspired by any of your past teachers? “My style of teaching was not inspired by a high school teacher that I had, because I didn’t like any of my high school teachers. My style of teaching was really mentored by, maybe my college professors, but it’s also based off ...

Amarou Yoder

Sam Misa, WLHSnow Staff

October 10, 2017


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Q: What is your favorite school assignment? My favorite assignment to do with students is probably a personal anthology, where students choose a theme that is meaningful for them, yet still specific enough for the assignment. Then they are given a certain criteria of the different type of texts that it...

Meet the new teachers

October 10, 2017


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Conor Greany

Conor Greany

Alex Bischel, WLHSnow Staff

October 10, 2017


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Q: “Where did you go to get your degree?”  A: “I got my undergraduate degree from the University of Notre Dame where I studied English and Studio Arts, and I got my Masters degree from the University of Oregon. Studio Arts, also known as Ceramics, is one of my favorite things to do on the side. ...

Lauren Terry

Lauren Terry

Lauren Terry, Staff Reporter

September 18, 2017


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Did you play any sports this summer? This year was actually the first year I haven't. I stopped playing because I got a knee injury but I played softball since I was six. My mom played all the way through college and she was really good, she's like the best, she wanted me and my sister to play be...

Get to know the new staffers

WLHSnow Staff

September 18, 2017


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WLHSnow welcomes savvy student journalist contributors. Check out these Q&As.

Senior sunrise?

Senior sunrise?

Brooke McKelvey, Co-Editor-in-Chief

September 6, 2017


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Opposed to the usual last minute scramble that occurs when a morning alarm goes off, Tuesday morning was a different story. Seniors made sure to set their alarms an hour earlier in order to uphold one of the many senior traditions: Senior Sunrise. “It was fun to get together with everyone,” Magoo...

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