Teacher’s Perspective

Jaida Robinson, Reporter

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Earlier this week, I interviewed one of Clintondale teachers. I asked her what it was like to be a part of the CHS family, what are some of the hardships they face being here, what do they love about their job, and if they could change one thing, what would it be? Here are her responses.

Miss Julie Shier – “This really is a family. I have been working in this district for 20 years, I have seen colleagues get married, have kids, and make big life decisions. I have watched students grow up and I have mostly known the senior classes since 1st grade, some even kindergarten. I know that I could make more money elsewhere but I choose to stay for the staff and the students. I love my job because the students make me laugh, even when they make me go crazy, something always happens to brighten the day up. If I could change one thing it would be that we would start school a little later.”

Jaida Robinson, Reporter

Jaida is a seventeen-year-old senior at Clintondale.  In her free time, she enjoys taking pictures, hanging out with her friends and family, and shopping,...

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