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In the Class Before Time: New Teachers 2015-2016

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IN THE CLASS BEFORE TIME

Teachers roamed outside of the classroom, grazing on grass and waiting for the meteor to strike. They spent their time in hunter-gatherer societies, scavenging for food and running away from their natural predator – the dinosaur. For MHS’ sake, let’s hope they make it out alive.

 


Joann Terashima

Ms. JoAnn Terashima, English

How to survive a dinosaur attack: Die a quick death.

Advice for students: “Work hard.”


Namthip SitachittaMs. Namthip Sitachitta, Science

How to survive a dinosaur attack: Hide.

Advice for students: “You have to pursue what you like the most.”


Sean KawakamiMr. Sean Kawakami, Math

How to survive a dinosaur attack: Make sure to not be the last person running away from a dinosaur, because they always get eaten.

Advice for students: “Do things right the first time.”


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Britney HagiharaMs. Britney Hagihara, Math

How to survive a dinosaur attack: Find a strong person and stick with them.

Advice for students: “Treat others the way you’d want to be treated.”


Robin DazzeoMs. Robin Dazzeo, English and Special Education

How to survive a dinosaur attack: Utilize energy and my caffeinated self.

Advice for students: “Every once in a while, put down the technology.”


Angela ChoMs. Angela Cho, English

How to survive a dinosaur attack: Find a cave, attempt to befriend them and then be eaten.

Advice for students: “It’s cool to be nice, so be nice to everyone you come across today.”


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Danielle EricksonMs. Danielle Erickson, Fine Arts

How to survive a dinosaur attack: Bunker down and try to hunt them.

Advice for students: “Cherish the time you have in high school.”


Esme InfanteMs. Esme Infante, CTE

How to survive a dinosaur attack: Use foliage to fashion up some camouflage.

Advice for students: “Take risks.”


Lisa KanekoMs. Lisa Kaneko, Science

How to survive a dinosaur attack: Don’t try to survive.

Advice for students: “Never give up.”


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Erin YoneshigeMs. Erin Yoneshige, Math

How to survive a dinosaur attack: Hide.

Advice for students: “Study to learn the material, not to just get a good grade.”


Ryan YoneshigeMr. Ryan Yoneshige, Math

How to survive a dinosaur attack: Give up quickly.

Advice for students: “Learn, for learning’s sake.”


Roy HannuMr. Roy Hannu, Social Studies and Special Education

How to survive a dinosaur attack: Befriend the dinosaurs while building a weapon.

Advice for students: “Focus on the future, on your goals.”


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Katie LingMs. Katie Ling, English

How to survive a dinosaur attack: Run into a cave or a hollowed out tree trunk.

Advice for students: “Work hard, take advantage of the free education that we have and be nice and make lots of friends.”


Ryan MasakiMr. Ryan Masaki, Technology Coordinator

How to survive a dinosaur attack: If it was a T-Rex, distract them with a flashlight.

Advice for students: “Make use of your high school career to explore your interests and get involved.”


Sandra RalatMs. Sandra Ralat, World Languages

How to survive a dinosaur attack: I don’t think I would survive.

Advice for students: “Always dream big, so whatever you want to do in life, you’re going to be capable of doing it.”


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John SandvigMr. John Sandvig, Science

How to survive a dinosaur attack: Hide in your house and hope you have enough supplies to last for a while.

Advice for students: “Do your homework. Seriously, education is important and it takes you to a lot of places.”


Rebekah TorresMs. Rebekah Torres, Math

How to survive a dinosaur attack: Learn how to be their friends and communicate with them.

Advice for students: “Definitely don’t take it for granted. Work hard because it will all pay off in the end.”


Maile TrellesMs. Maile Trelles, World Languages

How to survive a dinosaur attack: Stay away from meat-eaters.

Advice for students: “Don’t wait for the very last minute. You don’t want to do that.”



Tiara RobinsonMs. Tiara Robinson, English and Social Studies

How to survive a dinosaur attack: Run fast and find a small spot to hide in.

Advice for students:  “Make yourself big, enjoy high school and make the most of it.”


Tairita WaiteMs. Tairita Waite, Special Education

How to survive a dinosaur attack: I would not survive.

Advice for students: “Know that what you like today might not be what you’re going to like tomorrow.”


Kim VincentMs. Kim Vincent, Counselor

How to survive a dinosaur attack: Take cover and cross my fingers.

Advice for students: “Focus on having fun and do well in your classes.”


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