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The Student News Site of Agua Fria High School

OwlFeed

The Student News Site of Agua Fria High School

OwlFeed

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Jay’vier Cook
News Reporter

Do you have a friend who is playful, funny, and sometimes even cocky around people? If not then meet Jay’vier! Jay’vier is a 16-year-old student in his Junior year of high school in Agua Fria. Jay’vier...

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Caden Desoto
Lifestyle Reporter

This is Caden Desoto. He is a bright man with a bright future ahead of him. When he enters the room, you can feel his good vibes radiating off of him. He is a Junior at 16 years old, ready to take on the...

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Meet Mrs. Johnson!

By Divine Olorunfemi

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IMG_20160122_144137Mrs. Johnson has been teaching Read 180 at Agua Fria High School for 2 years. She loves imparting her knowledge into others and loves seeing the light bulb go on. She also enjoys making a great impact in the life of kids.  

“I love imparting my knowledge into other people,” Mrs. Johnson said. “Many of them are receptive to learning and doing well.”

Before she came to teach high school, she taught at an elementary to junior high and she works better with high school. “I taught at the Avondale District: Avondale Middle School, Wildflower School and Cooper Trail School,” she said.      

Mrs. Johnson teaches people who need help with their reading skills and encourages  the students to use better word choice in their writing.

She is determined to teach us to set and reach our goals through focus, determination and hard work.

“Many of them are receptive to learning and doing well,” Mrs. Johnson said of her students.

When Mrs. Johnson hears the phrase “Be an Owl,” the first things that comes to her mind are “tradition, community and home.”

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

 

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