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Student Spotlight - Hallie B.
 
These are questions we ask 4th grade students about what they like about school and their extracurricular activities.
 1. What is your favorite subject?
      "I really like math." 
 2. Do you have any hobbies outside of school?
      "I do tumbling." 
 3. What is your favorite food?
      "Probably mashed potatoes." 
 4. What is your favorite thing about the 4th grade?
      "My favorite thing is that we have lockers now." 
 5. What is your favorite type of music?
      "Country music." 
 6. What do you think about the 4th grade, the teachers, etc?
      "The 4th grade is awesome!" 

 

Student Spotlight - Luke B.
  
 
  
  
These are questions we ask 4th grade students about what they like about school and their extracurricular activities.
 1. What is your favorite subject?
      "I love social studies." 
 2. Do you have any hobbies outside of school?
      "I like doing theatre." 
 3. What is your favorite food?
      "I like eating steak." 
 4. What is your favorite thing about the 4th grade?
      "The teachers are funny and nice." 
 5. What is your favorite type of music?
      "Musical." 
 6. What do you think about the 4th grade, the teachers, etc?
      "I like that we now have lockers." 
Teacher Spotlight - Tom Kaskey
 

1. What does true leadership mean to you?


To me true leadership means 2 main ideas. First and foremost an ELITE Leader makes people around them better and brings value to people’s lives in a very positive way. Secondly, I believe that a true leader can adjust and adapt very quickly based on their environment, people around them, and the situation. There are many types of leaders but I feel the most ELITE leaders can tap into all the different styles of leadership to make better connections and relationships. It is important to be able to do this so you can bring the maximum amount of value to someone’s life in a positive way.

 

2. What is your favorite thing about teaching at Wheelersburg Schools?


My favorite thing about working at Wheelersburg Schools is being part of such a great community. It is a community that I loved growing up in and I thoroughly enjoy sharing that connection with our students. I had so many people in Wheelersburg that helped shaped me into the person I am today. I just hope that I can pass valuable characteristics on to the current and future students of Wheelersburg like so many people did for me.

 

3. Where did you go to college?

I started at Ohio State University and then transferred to Ohio University to try and play football. When that didn't work out, I transferred to Shawnee State University and graduated from SSU

4. Why did you want to work at WMS?


I wanted to work at Wheelersburg Middle School because I feel that Wheelersburg has the best school system and I wanted to help maintain and build the tradition of excellence that has been established here for many years.


5. What influenced you to become a teacher?

 I wanted to become a teacher in order to be a positive influence for the kids in the community. I have a lot of pride for the activities I am involved with and I give maximum effort to ensure the community, school, and kids have the opportunities to succeed. I had so many teachers that gave this effort to my classmates and I have always wanted to pay it forward. Some of the teachers and coaches that were big influences on my education were Coach Barrick, Mrs. Craig, Mr. Keller, Mr. Oakes, Coach Lewis, Mr. John Eaton, Coach Jonathan Eaton, Mr. Bailey, Mrs. Martin, and Mr. Massie.

 

6. What else would you like to share about you and your family?


I live in Wheelersburg with my wife, Leslie and our two children, Kinsley who is 2 and Xander, who is 1. They keep us very busy and we love to play outside when we can.

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4th Grade Teachers
Mrs. Bentley (Writing)
Mrs. Conn (Reading)
Mr. Kaskey  (Social Studies)
Mrs. Suter (Science)
Mrs. Saltsman (Intervention Specialist) 
Mr. Ruby (Intervention Support) 
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