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Moving on: Amanda Loucks

“I think one of my favorite memories at West is one of my first English classes of the school year. The kids came in and it started off pretty rough, but by the end of the term, I noticed the change and how much they had grown. I loved how into the things we were doing [they were] and actually enjoyed being there,”
English teacher Amanda Loucks said.

May 25, 2018

“When I found out I had to move schools, it was really bittersweet. I was sad because I love my students and the kids here at West. I was a little bit relieved because I knew I had a job this coming school year. But overall, mostly sad,” Loucks said.    “I’m definitely going to miss my student...

Women of West: Amanda Loucks

“When it comes to inspiring my students, I try to lead by example as much as I can. When my students start to become negative, I always say ‘we have to find another way if one way isn’t working.’”-English teacher Amanda Loucks

Hannah Andrews, Reporter

March 12, 2018

“When I was younger I had a rough upbringing. These experiences have taught me how to overcome instead of shutting down. I feel that my experiences have given me the opportunity to relate to my students more so than others.” -English teacher Amanda Loucks

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Amanda Loucks