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New teachers join staff at BHS

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Dr. David Hall is one of the three new teachers in the BHS Science department.

Dr. David Hall is one of the three new teachers in the BHS Science department.

Dr. David Hall is one of the three new teachers in the BHS Science department.

Carissa Baker, BHS Journalism

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Many changes have occurred here, at Baldwin High School. A noticeable one this year, would be the five new teachers.

Just this year, there is a new Chemistry teacher, a new Physical Education teacher, a new English teacher, and two new Science teachers. That is much different than the one new teacher last year.

“I really like the teachers here, they’re very good quality people and they’re super nice to work with,” new science teacher Dr. David Hall said.

Hall said that at his old school they had a certain number of events they were expected to be at.

“Each teacher had a certain number of sporting events that they had to go to, so everyone was involved. Here they already have that taken care of,” he said.

Teachers are not required to go to games, but some teachers choose to go watch or even coach the sports teams.

“I signed up for email updates because I was looking for a job in this area,” Hall said.”I got my PhD at KU and was wanting to come back.”

Cody Newell, sophomore, said that Hall’s teaching style was helpful.

“I feel like he’s very hands-on, it’s better for visual learners like me,” Newell said.

Hailey Schoendaller, an English teacher, had different motivations to move to Baldwin City.

“I have lived in Baldwin since June of 2017,” Schoendaller said.” Before I moved I taught for 12 years at Humboldt High School in Humboldt, Kansas. Randi Canterbury was my student and we have been life long friends since she graduated. Randi was very insistent that I apply here when the position opened up.”

Overall, she said that her main motivation for moving and working in Baldwin City was her family.

“Ultimately, I chose this school because it was a better fit and location for both me and my family,” she said. ” I have four children, the youngest is a first-grader.”

Dawn Fasenmyer answered what she liked the most about working in a new school.

“Meeting a lot of new people and learning new ways to do things,” she said.

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