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Excited for English class

Excited for English class

Mariah Hernandez, Staff Writer

August 27, 2019

Lindsay Rubenstein has had aspirations of becoming a teacher since she was 16. Once she graduated from Florida State University, she began to teach and has been with seven schools so far, Robinson being her eighth. Despite this long history of teaching, she is treating Robinson with the same passion...

From news room to classroom

From news room to classroom

Nicole Perdigon, Print Managing Editor

August 26, 2019

As a kid most people are asked "what do you want to be when you grow up" and most the time it is ingrained in children that you only get one career choice in you life. But for Nancy Jergins, new English 2 and social media teacher, the opposite is true. In the past Jergins has worked on Capital Hill...

New biology teacher looks to make a splash

New biology teacher looks to make a splash

August 25, 2019

With a stream of new teachers at Robinson, the science department has seen an influx of new biology instructors. One of these new teachers is Dana Scherer, who is looking to make a splash with her students. Scherer has loved science for most of her life, and her experience in college led her to teaching...

Oben wins JEA Rising Star Award

Oben wins JEA Rising Star Award

Alanna Felton, Editor-in-Chief

September 6, 2018

Many Robinson students recognize Nancy “Joanie” Oben, as the teacher in charge of Robinson's journalism program in room 112, but few realize how much she actually juggles. Oben is responsible for teaching and guiding the Morning Show class, the TV Production I class, two Journalism I classes, the...

Teacher feature: Charley-Sale gets to the root of students’ passions for math

Teacher feature: Charley-Sale gets to the root of students’ passions for math

Natalia McCalla, Staff Writer

May 15, 2018

Teachers strive for many goals throughout their careers. Judi Charley-Sale is a teacher striving to reach her goal by motivating and encouraging her students to enhance their math understanding, impacting their path to succeed. Charley-Sale was born and raised in Jamaica where she discovered her love...

Scientist turned teacher Sarah Sanford receives Lockeed Martin award

Scientist turned teacher Sarah Sanford receives Lockeed Martin award

Ashlea Daniels, Staff Writer

November 30, 2016

Sarah Sanford wasn't a teacher until she was. She was an environmental scientist in the private sector until the SMART Program hosted by Bill and Melinda Gates came around and completely changed her life. No longer was she only a scientist, she was taking classes and trying to find her way into a classroom...

Teacher Feature| Drew Anderson

Teacher Feature| Drew Anderson

Ashlea Daniels and Kaitlyn Corwin

May 4, 2015

The experience of attending high school is like a dream. For some adults, it was a time of fun, friends and freedom. For others, it reminds them of a stress-filled nightmare they consider the worst four years of their lives. For American Government teacher Drew Anderson, however, the dream continues...

New to School: Timothy Falls

New to School: Timothy Falls

Frankie Wilson, Staff Writer

August 22, 2014

Who: Timothy Falls What: IB AP European History teacher Education: FSU for undergraduate, USF for graduate Prior Experience: Palm Harbor University High School in Palm Harbor, Fla. Hobbies: Kayaking, going to the movies Favorite Part of Teaching: "Watching my students grow intellectually."...

New to School: Constance Whitman

New to School: Constance Whitman

Isabel Hanewicz, RHStoday Editor-In-Chief

August 20, 2014

Meet Constance Whitman, a new biology teacher at RHS.

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