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Lunceford
Grace McCoy.

Grace McCoy Moves To Locker Room Attendant

Q: How long has she been working at Centennial?

A: Grace has been working at Centennial for a total of 22 years.

 

Q: What is her new position and previous position?

A: She is now working in the girls locker room as an EA, previously she was working as the ISS Attendant.

 

Q: The new position compared to the previous?

A: She said that she is is still busy and that there is “a lot more walking” than her other position.

 

Q: How does she feel about her new position?

A: She said that she “doesn’t mind the position since its quieter and that flexibility is good, she also said that she misses the kids since in the locker room she doesn’t see them as much.”

Lunceford
Paula Stiefbold.

Paula Stiefbold Moves To ISS

Q: How long has she been working at Centennial?

A: She has been working at centennial for a total of 16 years.

 

Q:What is her new position and previous position?

A: She used to work as an EA in the girls locker room and is now the ISS Attendant.

 

Q: The new position compared to the previous?

A:She said that she was “ happy to be part of the general population since in the locker room she is far away from most people”.

 

Q: How does she feel about her new position?

A: She said, “It’s nice getting to know everyone”.

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Jarom Sweazey.

Jarom Sweazey Returns After 4 Years

Q: How long has he been working at Centennial?

A: He worked at Centennial for four years in the past and been a police officer for 13 years.

 

Q: What is his new position and his previous?

A: Four years ago, he was our Student Resource Officer and now he is our SRO again.

Q: The new position compared to the previous?

A: In his case he is in the same position he was previously.

 

Q: How does he feel about coming back to this position?

A: When asked he said the job is “more positive” than patrol which he could have done instead.

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Maria Martinez.

Maria Martinez Moves From Attendance to Counseling Office

Q: How long has she been working at Centennial?

A: She worked as the attendance secretary last year for 2 months, and now works as the counseling secretary.

 

Q: What is her new position and previous position?

A: She worked at Whitford Middle School in Beaverton before coming to Centennial last year, and is now the counseling secretary.

 

Q: The new position compared to the previous?

A: She likes that it keeps her busy and she gets to work with schools, parents, departments and she works more in depth with other students. She’s also involved in more organizations.

 

Q: How does she feel about her new position?

A: One of her favorite parts of this new position is making a difference in the community and is excited to learn more.

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Trish Dorning.

Trish Dorning Transfers From Counseling To Athletics

Q: How long has she been working at Centennial?

A: She worked in the counseling department for six years, but has worked in the district for 16 years, working at Butler Creek for five years, and at Lynch Wood for four years.

 

Q: What is her new position and previous position?

A: She switched from being the counseling secretary to the athletic secretary.

 

Q: The new position compared to the previous?

A: Instead of enrolling classes, it’s sports. Focusing on sports, working with coaches, keeping track of games and helping sports enrollments is what her new position entails.

 

Q: How does she feel about her new position?

A: She loves working with the coaches and Brent Child, the athletic director. She’s always wanted to work in athletics, and getting to see students grow from elementary school to high school is one of the best parts of her job. Go Eagles!

 

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Daniella Young, Editor-in-Chief

Daniella Young, 17, is a senior and is excited about her second year of advanced journalism. She took Beginning Journalism her freshman year, and loved...

Milana Oliphant, Co-Editor

Milana Oliphant is a sophomore. This is her first year as a writer for the for The Talon.  She is on the girls rugby club at Centennial and also plays...

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