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Physics teacher gives the equation for good career

Physics teacher gives the equation for good career

Brigid Garrett

February 24, 2017

Steve Godkin explains how he started teaching physics and what his job is truly like.

Traveler, designer and teacher

January 15, 2014

By SAVANNA EOSSO Staff Writer As a high school student, design teacher Laura Fallon had never considered art as anything more than a hobby. However, two specific people she met while a freshman at The College of New Jersey sparked an interest in what has today become her career. “There was a girl...

History teacher and sports fan

November 19, 2013

By ALEX TAGLIERI Staff Writer Walking in to US II history teacher Ronald Klein's classroom, it is obvious that this teacher has  two passions: history and sports. Klein's room is filled with movies, books and paraphernalia related to the time periods he loves to teach as well as a red "R" from his alma mater, Rutgers University, clearly displayed behind his desk. Klein has taught history at C...

History teacher by day

October 22, 2013

By ALYSSA MATLOSZ and LAURYN MASCIANA Staff Writers Teachers are typically thought of as having no other side to their lives other than teaching, as shown in many television shows and media. This certainly isn't the case with sophomore U.S. History I teacher, Bill Clark. Growing up, Clark said he ...

Twirling from engineering to teaching

October 16, 2013

By ANNA ROBINSON Staff Writer While most little girls dreamed of becoming princesses, ballerinas and superstars, math teacher Justine Lane of Avon dreamed of becoming a baton twirler. Abandoning her original dream, she became an electrical engineer, traveling to foreign countries doing international merg...

Teacher Feature: Bradley returns to teach at alma mater

September 17, 2013

By GINA MAURER Asst. Features Editor When Eatontown resident Melissa Bradley came here to serve as a substitute teacher last year, she didn’t have to worry about getting lost or introducing herself to other teachers – she graduated from CHS five years ago. “Everybody here is just so nice. They were...

Teacher Feature: First Amendment enthusiast and journalism teacher

September 10, 2013

By JACKIE CHILD Assistant Features Editor Journalism teacher Andi Mulshine can usually be seen through the glass walls of Room 107, the room she calls “the fishbowl,” teaching a class or helping students after school on the most recent issue of The Inkblot student newspaper. But this “newshound...

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