Get To Know Your Teachers!

They are Entertaining in Many Ways!

Frontline: What was the last movie you went to and what were your thoughts?

Mrs. Lingle: “It was ‘Thor: Love and Thunder,’ and I found it really silly.”

Frontline: Which meal would you eat for the rest of your life?

Mrs. Lingle: “Thanksgiving food! Turkey, stuffing, Waldorf salad, pumpkin pie, whipped cream, & scalloped potatoes.”

Frontline: Give us one childhood memory!

Mrs. Lingle: “Once, when I was driving in the rain with my ‘68 mustang, I lost control and ran into a neighbor’s front yard bush. I put the car in reverse then quickly drove home.”

Frontline: What was the last movie you went to and what were your thoughts?

Mr. Schlossnagle: “The last movie I saw was ‘Maverick,’ and I thought it was great!”

Frontline: Which meal would you eat for the rest of your life?

Mr. Schlossnagle: “Any dish that incorporates chicken because of the variety.”

Frontline: Give us one childhood memory!

Mr. Schlossnagle: “One time, at the barber, I asked for a regular haircut instead of a styled one. A classmate there heard me, so from there on out during school he always brought it up.”

Frontline: What was the last movie you went to and what were your thoughts?

Mr. Moeller: “I saw ‘Spiderman: No Way Home,’ and I loved it for being nostalgic and brilliant.”

Frontline: Which meal would you eat for the rest of your life?

Mr. Moeller: “Breakfast burritos. Must have egg, bacon, salsa, cheese, tater tots, and guac of course!”

Frontline: Give us one childhood memory!

Mr. Moeller: “One Christmas, I wanted to be Hulk so I asked for green things. I received green pants, shirts, etc.”

Frontline: What was the last movie you went to and what were your thoughts?

Mr. Hernandez: “I saw ‘Top Gun: Maverick,’ and I found it rather interesting.”

Frontline: Which meal would you eat for the rest of your life?

Mr. Hernandez: “A meal I would eat for the rest of my life would be delicious steak.”

Frontline: Give us one childhood memory!

Mr. Hernandez: “On the very first day of preschool I pooped my pants!”

Frontline: What was the last movie you went to and what were your thoughts?

Mr. Edwards: “The last movie I saw was ‘I Used to Be Famous’ on Netflix. I found it to be pretty good.”

Frontline: Which meal would you eat for the rest of your life?

Mr. Edwards: “I would eat rice, beans, and salad.”

Frontline: Give us one childhood memory!

Mr. Edwards: “After seeing ‘Jaws,’ I was scared of getting into the pool and ocean.”