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New school year brings new teachers

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As the school welcomes the incoming freshman class to the school this September, new teachers also arrive. These teachers have left their previous positions to become generals and are excited to become part of the school community.

New teachers include art teacher Ms. Erin Burns and physics teacher Mr. Bill Chamblee who both left for one year, library assistant Jeannie Sklar from Gunston Middle School, HILT counselor Ms. Jessica Benitez, counselor Ms. Mariam Amarir, Assistant Principal Ms. Carmen De La Cruz Scales, and instructional assistant Ms. Jocelyn Boateng-Clarke.The school welcomes all of these teachers into the community. Here are some interviews with the other new teachers joining the school this year:  

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