What’s your favorite summer memory and why?

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What’s your favorite summer memory and why?

Ben Blackie and Jocelyn Fetter

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  • "My favorite memory is when my family took us to Busch Gardens. Also, this one time we bought crabs for dinner and the bag broke. So, there were crabs running all through the hotel," art teacher Eric Hoover said.

  • "My favorite memory is any time I went to the beach because it's always so calming," American Studies teacher Carolyn Kline said.

  • "I always love relaxing at home because the school year is always busy and stressful," secretary Kelly Singer said.

  • "My favorite summer memory is my wedding day," English teacher Nichole Harris said.

  • "I went to the beach with my brothers and family. It was fun and relaxing," math teacher Adam Redinger.

  • "My first National Park road trip with my wife because we had a great time seeing all of America," American Studies teacher James Lowe said.

  • "My favorite summer memory is when I was in junior year and my baseball team played Mike Mussina," physical education teacher Tom Palfey said.

  • "Playing baseball because it was always fun," special education teacher Greg Conrad said.

  • "Fourth of July because my hometown does a big celebration," math teacher Carly Meholic said.

  • "My favorite summer memory is when we opened the Mt. Lion Observatory. Over 700 people came. People laid blankets, and it was perfect weather. In my opinion, it was like the Woodstock of Astronomy," Astronomy teacher James Krug said.

  • "My favorite summer memory is visiting my daughter because she's always in a different state, and it's fun to see her while getting to experience new places. I've visited Texas, Illinois, Florida and North Carolina just to name a few," English teacher Wanda Vanish said.

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