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Q & Hey New Teachers!

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The Lodi Rampage has taken an interest in getting to know their new teachers this school year. In this video, Rampage members Donny, Dylon, Kaya, Ny’Asia, Yomar, and Aashka interviewed the six new teachers of Lodi High School. These teachers were asked series of questions in an effort to know them better! In addition, we conducted a lightening round to see who could answer the most questions in 30 seconds. Watch this video to get to know these new faces you may have seen in the hallways or in the classrooms and be sure to say hello when you see them around LHS!

The new teachers this year are:

  • Ms. Curcio (Social Studies)
  • Ms. Trajkovska (Social Studies)
  • Ms. Cooper (Mathematics)
  • Mr. Deverman (Science)
  • Mr. Oulhiad (Science)
  • Mr. Rodriguez (Teacher’s Aide)

 

 

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About the Contributors
Kaya Luczko, Writer

Q: What inspired you to join the Rampage?

A: I love to write. Also, I wanted to get a feel for this type of work because I may be interested in studying it in college

Q: What Rampage category did you choose to cover? Why did you pick this topic?

A: I chose In the Spotlight, mainly because I want to meet new people around the school and gain a connection with them.

Q: Where do you see yourself in five years?

A: I want to have graduated from college with a steady job and be in a serious relationship.

Q: What clubs/sports do you participate in?

A: I play volleyball; I am a hitter and passer.

Q: What do you want to study in college?

A: I would like to study journalism and political science.

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Dylon Cook, Writer

Q: What do you hope to get out of the Rampage?

A: Honestly, I want to have a fun time, learn how to write better, and talk to a lot of people.

Q: What are you looking forward to most this school year?

A: I’m mostly looking forward to my wrestling season. Mainly because it’s my senior year and I think I’m going to do my best this year.

Q: What is your favorite conspiracy theory?

A: The one about Avril Lavigne.

Q: Do you like ASMR? If so, what kind?

A: Yes, specifically Pokimane ASMR.

Q: What is your favorite video game?

A: My favorite video game, that I remember the most, is this Danny Phantom game that I had on my Game Boy. Being Danny Phantom was probably one of the coolest experiences of my childhood.

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Yomar Celeste, Writer

Q: What is your zodiac sign?

A: I am a Capricorn.

Q: Where are you from?

A: I was born in Paterson. Then, I went to Garfield for about two to three years. Then, I lived in Bloomfield for two years. After, I went to Pennsylvania for one year. Then, back to Garfield for four years; and, finally, I moved to Lodi in the seventh grade.

Q: What is your dream college?

A: I never thought about college because I am going to the Air Force.

Q: What is your dream vacation?

A: I want to go to Amsterdam with my sister and my friend.

Q: Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

A: I see myself in the Air Force.

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Donny Mantilla, Writer

Q: What is something you’re passionate about?

A: I am passionate about prioritizing school for myself.

Q: What meme is your favorite?

A: Lucid dreams crying compilation; it really makes me laugh a lot.

Q: What is something that stands out about you the most?

A: What stands out most about me is the fact that I’m always happy and that I always try to be happy.

Q: Are you optimistic or pessimistic?

A: Optimistic and I usually try to be happy all the time.

Q: What do you hope to get out of the Rampage?

A: I would like to improve on my social skills.

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Ny'Asia Frost, Writer

Q: If you had to pick one food to describe you what would it be?

A: Ice cream because I’m very sweet.

Q: What is one food you would eat for the rest of your life?

A: Caesar salad because its my favorite food.

Q: TV Actor or Movie Actor?

A: TV actor because I would grow more with the crowd and have a better relationship with them.

Q: Be rich and not find love or be in love and never be rich?

A: Be rich because money will buy happiness. 

Q: Would you sacrifice your job for your significant other?

A: No, I worked hard for my job and money; and, if my partner loved me, he wouldn’t make me choose.

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Aashka Mistry, Writer

Q: Since this is your last year in high school, how would you want to leave your mark on LHS?
A: I want to help as many people as I can and really try to make this senior year memorable for everyone.

Q: What is one thing that nobody knows about you?
A: A lot of people think I’m shy, but I’m definitely not shy. You just have to get to know me and then I can truly be my crazy and fun self around you.

Q:  What is one superpower you would want to have?
A: Teleportation. Then I can go to any place I want, just like that. I love traveling, going to new places, seeing new things, meeting new people, and having fun anywhere.

Q: What is your favorite memory made in high school?
A: High school in itself has been a very big memory; but, I will always remember the pep rallies –those are always great. Also, I had the opportunity to go to RYLA camp for Interact Club, and I learned so much about leadership, growth, and to how to balance life in the future.

Q: Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
A: Probably in California or Mumbai with my family. I see myself as having a successful and happy life with whatever career I decide to choose.

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Amanda Johnston, Writer

Q: What are your plans for after high school?

A: I would like to be a special education teacher.

Q: What do you do on your free time?

A: I dance, belong to the drama club, and work at a local pet store.

Q: If you could travel to anywhere in the world, where would it be?

A: California. I love the ocean and Disneyland.

Q: What is the meaning of life?

A: To be happy and to find your purpose.

Q: What’s your definition of love?

A: To put someone in front of yourself in all situations.

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