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New teachers take on the new year

Teachers creating their paths at Sanger High
Esther Blanton

      The new eight teachers have arrived on campus for the 23-24 school year. Taking on new students and a new campus has been their experience so far. All of the teachers have said their experience has been positive so far. 

     Raymond Eggert, the new culinary teacher, said that his experience has been “really great. A lot of work to do, but very rewarding so far.”

     The new video production teacher Nicholas Amprano says, “It is exciting to come to work every day and to be able to talk about what I love with students.” 

     The new Spanish teacher, Damaso Anaya, says that this experience has been enriching due to having the guidance of a great mentor, teachers, and the support of excellent administration.  

     Teachers have a variety of reasons for coming to Sanger High School. including being a Sanger alumni. 

     “I am excited to take on the challenge of combining those skills into this position and pass them along to high school students,” says Shelly Zannovich, the new VROP education pathway teacher.  

    Teachers also feel that Sanger High is a collaborative strong team. 

     “I was also looking at the values of the school and wanted to be a part of a strong collaborative team,” said Anaya. 

     “I took the job at Sanger High because I felt that it would be an environment where I could be supported in helping students learn to love learning,” Raymond Andrade said.

     Many of the teachers have said that their favorite part of the job is either something to do with the field or their students. 

     David Delaconcepcion has said that his favorite part of the job is singing and making music everyday.

     “My favorite part of teaching is when students start to think about literature as it relates to them,” Andrade says.

    “There are so many choices you can make as to how best to use your time to teach, to encourage, and to support the school’s mission,” said the new chemistry teacher, Scott Hatfield. 

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Esther Blanton
Esther Blanton, Photo Editor
Esther Blanton is a 17 year old senior. This is her first year in journalism, she hopes to go to reedley college in the fall after she graduates. Her favorite subject is science and Ela in the future she hopes to be a marine biologist in the future or a psychologist. In her free time she enjoys watching YouTube and television..   
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