Two 6th graders take on Mr.Brengard By Andy and Damian
We interviewed Mr.Brengard about his job below you will see the questions we asked him and his answers.
(Q means Question and A means Answer)
Q: Why do you like your job?
A: I love my job because almost every day is a new adventure I go on and I don't know what is in store for me. There is nothing better than having the opportunity to work with this community.
Q:How is it like working with Ms.Trowbridge?
A:It's awesome to work with Ms.Trowbridge because it’s was cool working with her when she was a teacher and now I get to know her even more because she walks in every day and we get to collaborate with each other and it's very fun and cool.
Q:How do you like working with the rest of the staff?
A:I really like working with the rest of the staff It's good to have people to help me out whether it’s our amazing office and support staff or the teachers. Our staff is like a family. We take care of one another and help each other get better everyday.
Q:How does it feel being the leader of the school ambassadors
A:I like being able to lead students because most of the time i'm just working with adults and it feels nice to see work directly with students. Also, I don’t think that adults would do as well at giving tours of our campus. Students really know what is going on and know how to share what we do in ways that so much better than what an adult would say or do.
Q:What do you do in your free time?
A:I don't have free time because i'm always working with teachers, outside in the playground, or visiting classrooms. And, of course, I have tons of meetings.
Q:Do you think the staff interacts well?
A:Yes I do,it feels really nice sharing the responsibilities with other adults we can trust it feels good having meetings with the rest of the staff I really think that I have a good staff. Like I said, we are a family.
Q:Why are you out at recess some times?
A:I go out to recess to see the forms of interaction between students in the playground another reason I'm out there is to see who is alone and doesn't have friends and try to help them have friends. I also like to see how students act outside the classroom. It helps me get to know students better. It also allows students to talk to me about anything.
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