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Questions and Responses.

January 20, 2015

by Jeremy Watts My article is about an interview with Mrs.Keefe and a student so let’s get the interview started ok here’s what happened. “Do you enjoy your job and what is your favorite part?” I asked “Yes, teaching students how to play.” she responded “Do you have paperwork every day... [Read more]

The Story.

January 20, 2015

Kristina Wehmeyer           Splish, eww, haha! Last class I went to the art class and interviewed two people. I interviewed the teacher, Ms. Aliff, and a student, Becky. This is how it went: “Hi! How are you and how much doing you like teaching this class?” I asked her calmly. “I’m fine... [Read more]

F.A.C.S.; All About Life Alone

January 20, 2015

Gavin Stutzman      F.A.C.S. stands for Family And Consumer Sciences (although some say it stands for Fantastic Artichokes Can Sing or Fierce Animal Control Services), which is basically the How-To for surviving alone in the urban jungle. In the classroom, I interviewed a young lady named Carly.... [Read more]

Encore Observation

January 20, 2015

Latrelle Smith             The room 315 had cabinets that hold food utensils. On top of the cabinet were amazing paper machés. They had microwaves and ovens so they could cook food. There’s motivational quotes on the wall to motivate her students. She had filing cabinets filled with paper... [Read more]

Encore Observation Article

January 20, 2015

Tate Pedro Had you ever wanted to take art? Well now you can find out what happens during a normal art class. When you walk into room #404 during 1B, you can see 26 people working on their projects. You can see paintings on the walls. You also see some drawing books, some Paper Mache projects, some... [Read more]

Encore Observation Questions

January 20, 2015

Gabe Murphy The noise is the first thing that hits you when you step into a gym class. The class I observed was Coach Sharp’s P.E 1B. As you walk into the Auxiliary gym you see three big volleyball nets in the center of the gym. There are two water fountains in the gym. As the students came out of... [Read more]

Mr. Sharp’s 1B gym class: Mckenzie Kilgallon

January 20, 2015

Mckenzie Kilgallon On December 12, 2014 I interviewed Mr. Sharp, a student in his class, and observed his class. By observing Mr. Sharp’s class I could tell Mr. Sharp keeps his class active and excited to get healthy and fit. Mr. Sharp’s and Mrs. Keefe’s class was put into three groups for volleyball.... [Read more]

“Encore Observation Article”

January 20, 2015

Devin Guttilla Tabb Middle School has many teachers. One of which is Mr. Sharp. He is a P.E teacher, and works in the Auxiliary Gym. I monitored his 1B class. They just finished up the volleyball unit. For the most part, the class followed Mr. Sharp’s directions and listened to him. Teams were... [Read more]

Encore Observation

January 20, 2015

Michael Geskey Last week I had the pleasure of observing Sculpture and Crafts while it was taking place here at Tabb Middle. It takes place in the art room in room 404. It is a very large room with many cluttered tables and counters. There are paintings and posters hanging all over the walls. There is... [Read more]

Early Exercise

January 20, 2015

Tiana Dawson     On December 12, 2014, I interviewed a PE teacher named Virginia Marks; she was in the middle of her first block class. She has short dirty blond hair and wears a silver whistle. When I interviewed her, she was teaching in the main gym at Tabb Middle School. The gym, bright... [Read more]

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