Ms. Dunn Is Done With SJHS

Attributions: 
Jacob Jackson; SJHS Staff Writer
Ms. Dunn, right, with her second semester Journalism class

As many of you know, this is Ms. Dunn’s last year here at SJHS. Ms. Dunn left Starbucks for McCafe. She is leaving Brick Oven for an Easy Bake Oven.  She is leaving Abraham Lincoln for Donald Trump.  Ms. Dunn is leaving SJHS for Maple Mountain High School. 

Ms. Dunn, an English and Journalism teacher, said, “I am going to Maple Mountain High School.  I wanted to try teaching high school at some point, and an opportunity came up that worked out.  I am really sad to leave SJHS.  It has been such a wonderful place to work for the past five years.  But I am also excited for change, and a new adventure.”

Ms. Dunn is also loved by her “amazing students,” and they all have a favorite memory with her.

Brayden Giles, one of Ms. Dunn’s journalism students, said that his favorite memory with Ms. Dunn is singing to her and the “password” they use to get into her classroom.

Abby Carlton, another one of Ms. Dunn’s journalism students, said that her favorite memory was, “when we ate bagels because she loves us, and when we had our photo shoot.”

Juan Patino, one of Ms. Dunn’s ninth grade honors students, said that his favorite memory with Ms. Dunn is from  seventh grade when she let the class pet, Winston the bug, into the hall, where he was most likely was killed.Some students at SJHS are torn because of Ms. Dunn’s departure.  

Melisa Miles and Benson Bird, students of Ms. Dunn’s past seventh grade class, said, “I am sad that I can not take her class next year.”

Melisa also said, “She is really kind a patient”

Benson also said, “She is positive and joyful.”

Kallysta Strong, another one of Ms. Dunn’s ninth grade honors students, said, “She is always happy.  I think it’s dumb that she is going to leave to MMHS.”

Abby Carlton also said, “She is really organized and amazing.  She is my most favorite teacher.”

Juan Patino also said, “I hope Mapleton treats her well.  SJHS will miss her.”

Farewell Ms. Dunn, SJHS will miss you.