Welcome New TEAM MCHS Members

Mr. Faulker
Mr. Faulker

This year Michigan City High School is welcoming many new teachers and transfers from Elston and Niemann Here are some of the new teachers and a little bit of information about them.
Mrs. Schroeder is new to MCHS and she teaches Algebra 1 and Geometry. She says, “This year will be good, and I’ve already met so many friendly people here.” One of her favorite quotes by Albert Einstein is “Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.”
This is her favorite quote because it applies to so much of what we do- from the big issues down to the small ones. Like when we keep putting in the same password even when the computer tells us it’s wrong.
Mrs. Loving is new to MCHS and she teaches Intro to Art, Digital Design, and Drawing. She says, “I am very excited to be teaching art and digital design.”
One of her favorite quotes by Scott Adams is “Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which one to keep.”
Mr. Faulker is new to MCHS and he teaches Special Education and Algebra. He says, “I think the school year is off to a great start and I believe that will continue throughout the year.”
One of his favorite quotes by Bruce Lee is “If you always put limits on everything you do, physical or anything else, it will spread into your work and into your life. There are no limits. There are only plateaus, and you must not stay there, you must go beyond them.” This is his favorite quote because it emphasizes the importance of not limiting and not doubting yourself. It explains that you can often go beyond the restrictions you would place on yourself.
Mrs. Feitshans is new to MCHS and teaches Algebra and Algebra Enrichment. She says, “I think it will be a very busy but fun school year. The students at MCHS are pretty awesome which should make for a good school year.
One of her favorite quotes by Albert Einstein is “A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new.” This is her favorite because making mistakes should cause you to reflect and try something different.
Mrs. Poulin is a new to MCHS and teaches English 11 and is the Yearbook sponsor. She says, “This year is going to be great! I enjoy all my classes, we are off to a great start tackling the standards, and I truly enjoy being at MCHS. The staff is very friendly and helpful, and I enjoy working with all of them.”
One of her favorite quotes is “Everyday is a new day.” It’s her favorite quote because it reminds her of her students all the time. “I don’t hold grudges. Whatever happened the previous day, if negative, is gone and we need to let it go. New day=fresh start,” says Mrs. Poulin.
Mrs. Mullins is new to MCHS and teaches Read 180. She says, “I am really excited to be here at the high school and I believe that it will be a fantastic year!”
One of her favorite quotes is “Intelligence plus character- that is the goal of true education.” This is her favorite because “Learning is not only about education, it’s how you learn and taking ownership is a big part of character. If you can’t do something, you keep trying to find ways to learn anything- That’s character,” says Mrs. Mullins.
Mrs. Wojo is new to MCHS and teaches resource. This means she helps students who need extra help in any class.
She says, “My prediction: My best year in 17 years! The students, staff, and administration have made the transition from EMS awesome!”
One of her favorite quotes by Lucille Ball is “The more things you do, the more you can do.”
Mrs. Wojo is new to MCHS and teaches resource. This means she helps students who need extra help in any class.
She says, “My prediction: My best year in 17 years! The students, staff, and administration have made the transition from EMS awesome!”
This is her favorite quote because she believes that if you try, work hard, and not give up easily you will be successful.
Ms. Sisk is new to MCHS and she teaches Speech and Advanced Speech for dual credit.
She says, “I am hopeful that this year will be great! It’s a new adventure after nine years of teaching middle school language arts!”
One of her favorite quotes by John Wooden is “Be more concerned with your character than your reputation, because your character is what you really are, while your reputation is merely what others think you are.” Ms. Sisk says, “I love John Wooden. I have since I played basketball in high school. The great thing about him as a coach, was that he was more concerned about his players. I think that’s why they won so much.”
Mr. Goebel is new to MCHS and teaches Geography: History of the World.
He thinks the school year will go great because it is a new subject and a new school.
One of his favorite quotes by Joshua J. Marine is “Challenges are what make life interesting and overcoming them is what makes life meaningful.” This is his favorite quote because life shouldn’t just be handed to you on a silver platter.
Mr. Craig is new to MCHS and teaches Project Scale. He thinks this school year will go very well and says let’s be optimistic.
One of his favorite quotes is “Do good, avoid evil” because it is simple.
Mrs. Pezzuto is new to MCHS and teaches English 9, English 10 AH, and ENL.
She says, “I believe this school year will be very successful because most of the students are respectful and have the desire to learn.”
One of her favorite quotes by Erma Bombeck is “When I stand before God at the end of my life, I would hope that I would not have a single bit of talent left and could say, I used everything you gave me.”
Mrs. Snyder is new to MCHS and teaches handbells class and a choral class here at the high school. Also she teaches 6th grade band at Coolspring, Marsh, Knapp, and Springfield. She assists with the marching band as well.
She says, “I believe that this year will be full of twists and turns like any good adventure, and it will lead to growth and success!”
One of her favorite quotes by Confucius is “Our greatest glory is not in never falling but in rising every time we fall.” This is her favorite quote because it reminds her that it is normal to stumble along the path and there is no shame in that so long as you always keep moving forward.
Mrs. Fargo is new to MCHS and teaches Speech, Theater, and Advanced Theater. She says, “On a personal note, this school year has started with the loss of my bestfriend. However, returning to teaching has brought me so much happiness and teh feeling or “right” in my world. So how do I think this school year will go- in a positive direction!”
Mr. Biggs is new to MCHS and is the new Assistant Principal. He says, “I think this school year will go phenomenally!”
One of his favorite quotes from the poem “The Road not Taken” by Robert Frost is “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I, I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.” It’s his favorite because everyone gets to choose what path they take in life.

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