Retiree: Martha Adams


Jordyn Driscoll

Martha Adams says farewell to West High School after six years.

Hannah Andrews, Reporter

Q: How long have you worked within the school district?

A: 15 years


Q: How long have you been working at West?

A: Six years


Q: Why are you retiring?

A: I am really ready to retire. I want to be able to travel and spend time with my grandkids.


Q: What is your most memorable moment at West?

A: Being able to interact with students and develop a bond with them. Along with knowing and having a relationship with my co-workers. Another awesome moment was watching my granddaughter as a freshman and then graduate.


Q: What are you most excited about after retiring?

A: I am very excited about being able to travel. I will be traveling all around the country, no specific place(s) just yet. Not only traveling, but having the opportunity to spend time with my grand kids is important to me also.


Q: Best piece of advice for high school students?

A: Never quit trying, whether it be life or school, it is all important.


Q: Best piece of advice for the person that is coming in to take over your position?

A: Have patience and always have a friendly smile; it makes a difference.