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Our New ASB Adviser

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Our New ASB Adviser

Jimin K., Staff Writer

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This 2018-2019 school year, E. M. Cope Middle School has a new ASB adviser. Eighth grade English teacher, Mrs. Clark, has taken the position after the former ASB advisers, seventh grade math teacher Mrs. Van Grouw and seventh grade social studies teacher Mr. Knight, stepped down to teach their classes and not advise ASB.

    Mrs. Clark has been teaching at Cope Middle School for seven years and twelve years in total. She hopes to continue as the ASB adviser and has new plans this year. Here are the questions asked that she has answered:

 

Q: What are your plans this year for ASB?

 

Mrs. Clark: We have so many plans for the school year it is hard to condense them all to a simple statement, but in short, we hope to foster events and activities that will focus around fun and camaraderie between peers. That would include some of the following: dance, spirit days, friendly competition, community outreach, and lunch fun.

 

Q: Why did you take the job of the ASB adviser?

 

Mrs. Clark: I have always wanted to be an ASB advisor because foster a positive school culture is of the utmost importance for a successful school site. And I love to have fun!

 

Q: Do you have any new ideas for school activities? If so, what are they?

 

Mrs. Clark: This year we hope to implement a grade level competition, school spirit shirts, lunchtime fun, and hopefully much more throughout the year.

 

Cope will still have spirit days, school dances, and more activities, but Mrs. Clark does plan to bring in new ideas. New events will allow Cope to engage more in school spirit, and students can look forward to fun, entertaining activities again. Be sure to go to the school activities and have an enjoyable time with friends.

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Jimin K., Staff Writer

Jimin K. is a staff writer for The Talon. She is an eighth grader who enjoys watching movies and reading books.

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