High School teachers around the world have had to learn to deal with their home and school life separately. However, when the line between home and school life blurs, how do teachers balance both worlds?
When walking into room 235, you can find a colorful room filled with books and an eager teacher ready to chat. Michael Leali is an alumnus and teacher of Oswego High School, who is close to publishing his first book, “The Civil War of Amos Abernathy.”
ney can make a world of difference. Ms. Tania Sharp and Ms. Andrea Parker both hold leadership positions of the assistant principal of curriculum and instruction and the assistant principal of student services, respectively; they exemplified how despite disadvantageous circumstances, women and young girls everywhere can prevail and succeed.
Ms. Beth Prigodich is a national board-certified teacher and WE club sponsor for Oswego High School. She has been teaching for a total of 28 years, with 26 years here at OHS. As a young child, Prigodich lived in many environments and learned the values she applies to her teaching today.
Becoming a teacher at a new school always has its pros and cons, but starting at a new school during a pandemic can prove to be a difficult task. Mr. Matthew Anderson, who has 10 years of teaching experience, was welcomed to the Panther Family this year as a Chemistry teacher and Earth and Space teacher. He is not new to the district, though, having taught at Oswego East High School.