By Ashley Heng
Kerry McKee is a new Spanish teacher at AHS. The Oak Leaf interviewed her about her school year so far.
Q: How long have you been teaching?
A: “I have been teaching for eight years.”
Q: Why did you become a teacher?
A: “My degree was in Spanish, and I thought that it would be a good use of my degree to teach Spanish.”
Q: What do you like about AHS?
A: “The students at Alameda High School are very nice and motivated to learn. Also the staff here [is nice], and other Spanish teachers–Profe Kennedy Senora Yeo–are very friendly.”
Q: What are your goals as a teacher?
A: “My goal is to make the lessons clear so that everyone can be successful and do well on test and quizzes and be able to speak to Spanish-speaking people.”
Q: What is one fun fact about yourself?
A: “I play the violin.”