Many TPSers know Mrs. Nikki Troxell from one of her myriad English and literature classes. If you haven’t taken one of them, then you most likely know that they have a great reputation. Students coming out of her classes are better writers and communicators for it. Any of them can […]
Tag: Teacher Spotlight
Mrs. Jennifer Stevens is one of those people you just want to know more about. In her social science classes, she drops hints of the full extent of her vast knowledge and experience, such as her ability to carry on full conversations in Serbian, when answering students’ questions. She nonchalantly […]
Aina: Thank you for meeting me, Mr. Mailand. Mr. Mailand: Thank you for interviewing me. Now to get started. I was born in Detroit, Michigan and grew up in the Alma/St. Louis, then the St. Johns, area. Fun fact: Mr. Crosby was born in the same hospital as I was […]
I logged into GP6, excited about the first day of Creative Writing with Janis Gaines, who also taught English 3 Foundations and a summer course called Writing Traits. As I entered the classroom, Ms. Gaines opened up the time with a welcome. “Let’s all introduce ourselves, starting with our names, birthdays, […]
Greetings to one of our favorite history teachers, Mr. William Crosby- a very funny and very learned man who has taken the role of one of TPS’s history teachers.