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Featured teacher: Kim Donnell

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Demeshia Slaughter, Reporter

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Q: What are some of your strengths in and outside of school?

A: My strengths inside and outside of school are assisting, supporting, and motivating others by the grace of the Lord.

Q:Why did you go into teaching?

A: I went into teaching to make a difference and share my love of learning.

Q: How long have you been a teacher?

A: I have been involved in education for nearly twenty-three years.

Q: What does your morning schedule look like?

A: I wake up around five in the morning and arrive at school sometime between six and seven-thirty in the morning. I get up earlier and arrive earlier when necessary.

Q: What is a quote or advice you have for students?

A: Never give up on your dreams because you are capable, powerful, important, and loved! Commit to being the change you want to see in the world!

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