Teachers’ Summer Lives

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Teachers’ Summer Lives

Mr. Wilson and his family having a good time at the beach during the summer. Photo by Mr. Wilson

Mr. Wilson and his family having a good time at the beach during the summer. Photo by Mr. Wilson

Mr. Wilson and his family having a good time at the beach during the summer. Photo by Mr. Wilson

Mr. Wilson and his family having a good time at the beach during the summer. Photo by Mr. Wilson

Evelyn Zhao and Theresa Ceman

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Summer vacation is on its way, and all of our Rosary Royals are so excited to start their summer break. Over break students usually have a nice trip with families, eat delicious food, hang out with friends, and relax. However, being a student at Rosary Academy, we are always busy with our schoolwork and sometimes forget some of our favorite teachers have their own lives too. Aren’t you a little curious about what teachers plan to do over the long summer break?

Dr. Leticia Villaseñor.

Dr. Villasenor traveled with her husband.
Photo by Dr. Villasenor

Here are my summer plans:

  • Teaching French at Long Beach City College (this is my fourth year teaching summer school there)
  • Going to Ensenada, Mexico
  • Going to Las Vegas
  • Camping in Big Bear
  • Going to Northern California
  • Going to Portland, Oregon
  • Possibly going to upstate New York
  • Possibly going to Yosemite

Mrs. Jenkins adds, “My summer plans are to attend a Colonial America History seminar at Yale University in Connecticut. After that, I plan on reading, working on my house, and spending time with family.”

Mrs. Fields traveled to Mammoth, California.
Photo by Mrs. Fields

Mr. Wilson tells us, “My family goes to a beach house every August, lots and lots of reading, hopefully some camping weekends and lastly babysitting my nephews and niece.”

Mrs. Fields’ grandchildren.
Photo by Mrs. Fields.

Mrs. Fields states, ” First, I am going to mammoth with my two sons and daughters. Then to Seattle, to visit my brother-in-law and my nephew and niece, who got a nursing degree from Penn state. We are also possibly going kayaking and hiking in the Washington coast. Then my two grandchildren are going to stay with me a week for a summer camp called “Us in the Sun” at St. Martin’s. After that, I am going to Montreal with my husband for a convention. In addition, I have to get my shower fixed because there is a big crack in it. I usually have nothing to do in the summer, but this summer will be really busy.”

It looks like the teachers have an exciting, fun-filled summer to look forward to as well, and with all the incredible hard work they put in, they truly deserve it. It’s always fun to see the secret lives of our teachers . We love our teachers very much and hope they have a fantastic summer.

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