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Kendra Himes

What is the most meaningful thing a teacher has ever taught you or said to you? 

  • “If you notice something admirable about a person, compliment them. Do not feel uncomfortable, you have no idea how much it may make their day.”

Best and worst thing about being a senior?

  • “The worst part is writing scholarship essays, and stressing about where to go to college. The best part is the close relationships you form with the underclassmen and the teachers in the building.”

What did you want to be when you grew up in elementary school versus now?

  • “Then, Cowgirl. Now, a special education teacher.”

When high school gets difficult, how do you cope?

  • “Naps after school.”

What was your best tardy (late to class) excuse?

  • “Mrs. McGarvey was painting my nails.”

If you could start school over, what would you do differently?

  • “I wish I would not have thought so much about what people thought.”

If you could travel back in time, to the beginning of high school, what would you tell yourself? 

  • “Be a kind person. In Junior High, it can be hard to be kind to everyone and smile all the time, but someday it will pay off.”

Who inspired you throughout high school?

  • “Micheal Goddard and his positivity and resilience in everything he does.”

What has motivated you to get through high school?

  • “The excitement of becoming a teacher one day.”

A song that best describes high school is…

  • “'Young, Dumb, and Broke' by Khalid.”

What advice would you give to underclassmen?

  • “Get involved! It will pay off!.”

Where do you see yourself in 20 years?

  • “Being an elementary special education teacher, with a family, and a stable amount of income.”

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