Meet the subs: LSNews.org staffer sits down with two substitute teachers to learn more
|Mrs. Faith Hollern has been a long-term |
substitute during the school year, and now is
back in the day-to-day substituting business
Our first interviewee was Mrs. Faith Hollern. She attended McCaskey High School, and Bloomsburg University. She specializes in physical education; her son, Steven, is a junior at L-S. Ms.Hollern has been a substitute for about three years now. Some of her favorite things about substituting include interacting with and helping students, having a more flexible agenda because she doesn’t have a set schedule, and the variety of students she gets to work with. The only disadvantage, she says, “...is not knowing whether you are going to be working that day or not.” Outside of the classroom she enjoys the outdoors and biking.
|Mrs. Christi Henry is a relatively new substitute|
who has a variety of background experience
There are so many people around us, but sometimes we can tend to avoid the unknown and unfamiliar due to prior judgments and thinking that all we need to know about people is what we are looking at. We see people everyday, but don’t always know their story. So, we challenge and encourage you to get to know someone. There is always more to learn, people to meet, and things to do, so get out there! And special thanks to Ms. Hollern and Mrs.Henry for sitting down with us.
--Hannah Stauffer, Special to LSNews.org