I’ve been teaching for three years, and I’ve never taught in a school as different as Liberty High.
I love that the students here are so bright, and that they are able to take their science, engineering, and math skills with them to their senior year.
Liberty High has the most advanced robotics lab in the state, and students can take classes in biology, chemistry, computer science, mathematics, or any other discipline that interests them.
I’ve had students from all over the state take robotics classes with me, and they are really interested in their subject.
There are a lot of STEM majors here, and it’s easy for them to find a school that fits their interests.
The biggest challenge in my time at Liberty is that there are so many new people who have not been exposed to STEM before.
There is no shortage of STEM teachers who are looking for someone who has the knowledge and the skills to help them get their start in the STEM field.
The new students come to Liberty with their parents’ permission, and the school has a few openings for a number of positions.
Liberty High has been very supportive of me.
My first year I was offered a position as an intern, and since then, they have been very welcoming.
The students are excited about their school, and even though they are a few years younger than the students I was teaching at other schools, the students are eager to learn.
I have a lot to learn, and so I’m eager to get to know the students.
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