What subject do you teach at Boone?

“Journalism, yearbook and newspaper.”

What made you want to teach this subject?

“I got involved with journalism in high school and continued to study journalism in college, so teaching journalism was a no brainer for me.”

Where did you go to college? What degree do you have from there? 

UCF, and I’m also a proud BHS alumna.”

What made you get your degree in journalism?

“I got my degree in journalism because I’ve always enjoyed writing. I like to tell stories in creative ways about people, news and other subjects.”

What do you like to do in your spare time?

“I like to go to the beach, and I’m a big country music fan, so I go to concerts a lot. I really love unhealthy foods and country music that’s like my thing.”

Since you went to Boone what was most memorable of your high school career, whether it was a specific class, person, or moment?

“I don’t think there was one specific thing that I remember from high school. There was just a lot of different things I remember. I danced, I played basketball and I was on newspaper. I did a lot of different things, so I have a lot of those memories. And I have always loved Boone so I’m really excited to be back.”

What advice would you give to the students at Boone to really make their high school years memorable?

“I’d say do as much as possible. Just get involved and find a good group of friends.”

One things you do everyday?

“Well, I do the same thing everyday actually. (Everyday I) wake up and drink coffee, switch to diet coke, and that’s about it.”


By Samar Baig

Hey! I'm Samar Baig, the editor-in-chief for BoonePubs's newspaper. My first name is pronounced like the season summer, but my favorite season is winter. This is my fourth year on staff. I enjoy trying new foods, traveling around the world, and spending time with my friends and family.

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