Husky In The Hot Seat: Mrs. Larson

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Husky In The Hot Seat: Mrs. Larson

Fredy Castaneda, Staff Writer

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Fredy Castaneda: What’s the toughest thing you face while teaching a class?

Mrs. Larson: Keeping every kid engaged by relating it back to individual interests. 

 

Fredy Castaneda: What do you love about working at Hughson High? 

Mrs. Larson: I love the family atmosphere our students and our community support. 

 

Fredy Castaneda: What’s your biggest fear?

Mrs. Larson: My own kids having to face difficult times. 

 

Fredy Castaneda: What made you want to come to Hughson High?

Mrs. Larson: My uncle lived in Hughson. When we came to visit him, I loved the community and heard things about the district.

 

Fredy Castaneda: What do you love about Hughson High? 

Mrs. Larson: That everyone knows everyone. 

 

Fredy Castaneda: What is your weakness?  

Mrs. Larson: Taking time to put myself first. 

 

Fredy Castaneda: What is your biggest strength?

Mrs. Larson: Making myself available to help others whenever needed.

 

Fredy Castaneda: What is your phobia? 

Mrs. Larson: Snakes.

 

Fredy Castaneda: What made you become a teacher? 

Mrs. Larson: I had a passion for agriculture. I missed FFA after graduating high school. Teaching lets me combine my passion for ag and my love for FFA.

 

Fredy Castaneda: Is there anything you’d like to contribute? 

Mrs. Larson: Here in Hughson, I think it is important that we know that our community and district understands that we are all a part of educating our students or play a role in educating them.