Many people fear contracting the coronavirus during this difficult time, but if you know how to best protect yourself, then you should not have to worry. The coronavirus’ rapid spread has affected the way we all live our lives. From school to sporting events, many of our daily activities are now canceled, postponed, or done from our homes. While you should still try to continue to do productive and fun things in your day, it is important to remember that your health and safety come first. Here are some ways that one can stay safe, whether it is in the home or out in public.
There are many extracurricular activities at Wesleyan including sports, fine arts and more, but many are unaware of the academic clubs. There are exactly 31 student clubs in the high school at Wesleyan. Several of the popular academic clubs include the Academic Quiz Bowl, Debate Club, History Bowl, Math Team and Model Arab League.
After years of their famous menu, Chick-fil-A is removing items this year. In the past, there have been several changes, such as macaroni and cheese as a permanent side and chicken strips as an alternative to the regular nuggets. These were great deals in the past, but there is a whole lot more to expect from the upcoming modifications to America’s favorite fast food chain. Keep Reading
Andy Randrup –
- What Math class do you teach? AP Calculus (AB).
- How long have you been working at Wesleyan? This is my first year.
- What made you want to be a Math teacher? Math has always come very easy to me. In high school, I enjoyed helping others understand their Math assignment. During my junior year in high school I decided to go in the Army for 20 years and then retire and teach high school math. God had different timing for me.
- What is your favorite in-class memory? I had a deal with 5th period that I would give them cookies if every single student had their laptops open, notes ready and calculator on their desk when class started. One day they did, except Stevie Crawford walked in late, but he literally walked in with his laptop open, and his calculator in his hand.
- What is your favorite Wesleyan memory? Pretty much every day laughing with my students.
- Most embarrassing moment at Wesleyan? Fortunately, I’m too old to really care when I mess up…and when I do, I’m too old to remember.
High school is a bittersweet time to remember, especially for our high school faculty. During your high school years, you experience some of the best and the most embarrassing memories. Some of our high school faculty shared memories from their high school years, as well as giving advice to current high schoolers.