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Microsoft Excel teacher Chelsey McKee adds grades to Skyward before interim grades are due. McKee joined the teaching staff during the 2022-23 school year.

Chelsey McKee

Q: What’s the best advice you’ve been given about teaching?

A: Ask for help, and learn from your mistakes.

Q: What made you choose to teach at AAHS?

A: The many opportunities that allow students to be involved.

Q: When was the moment you realized you wanted to be a teacher?

A: I always had it in the back of my head about being a teacher, and I decided against it for awhile. When the opportunity came about, I decided that I would give it a shot.

Q: What is your favorite part of teaching so far? Why?

A: The students: They make the day enjoyable and entertaining.

Q: Who inspired you to become a teacher?

A: My second grade teacher.

Q: What college did you go to?

A: Indiana University of PA

Q: What do you enjoy doing in your free time?

A: Traveling and crafting.

Q: As a student, I know some tend to get nervous for the first weeks of school. As a teacher in a new school, do you feel that sense of nervousness you once felt as a student?

A: Yes, because this is something that is completely new to me.

Q: Is there something you would want to do during your teaching career? Ex: coaching a sport, head of a club etc.

A: Help out with the Drama Club or Art Club.

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