Teacher Feature – Mrs. Paolino

Olivia Kinsley

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It doesn’t go unnoticed that our school has hired a great deal of new faculty over the last few years. Our “Teacher Feature” this week is all about Mrs. Paolino. Olivia Kinsley sat down with her to get the inside scoop!

Teacher questions:
How many years have you been teaching?

Mrs. Paolino-1st full year of teaching graduated this may. I graduated from URI with a masters in Health and in PE.

What subject(s) have you taught?
PE and Health and She was at Burrillville high school filling in for PE teacher

Where do you see yourself in five years?
Teaching at PHS.

How old do you feel?
Sometimes I feel 25 and some days I feel 35. Some days I feel good and some days you feel a lot older.

Why did you become a teacher?
Because I wanted to express my love of teaching to other students. I became a teacher to express love for PE and health. I also wanted to teach students PE is important for the rest of their lives and show them want they need in order to be successful for their lives.

How did you know you wanted to be a teacher?
“Growing up my sister is an elementary teacher and growing up made me want to go into same field.”

What is your favorite food?
Tacos.

How has your experience at Ponaganset High school been for you?
P- I live it here., all the faculty and staff is welcoming.

What are your hobbies?
I like to do crossfit, run when i can, i like to hike.

What is your favorite part of Phs- I love how inclusion based iot is. How important student and inclusion based it is. And how everyone is accepted for being themselves and who they are.
Summary:

Mrs. Paolino graduated from URI with a Masters in Health and Physical Education. This is her first full year of teaching since she graduated this May. She has taught at Burrillville High School, filling in for a teacher. When I asked her where she saw herself in five years, she said she still saw herself teaching at PHS. When I asked Mrs. Paolino how old she felt she said, “somedays I feel 25, and some days I feel 35. Some days I feel good and some days I feel a lot older.”

Mrs. Paolino’s favorite food is tacos. When I asked how her experience at PHS been for her: “I love it here, all the faculty and staff are welcoming.” Her hobbies are doing crossfit, running when she has time to, and she likes to hike. Mrs. Paolino’s favorite part of PHS is the community; “I love ow important student and inclusion based it is, and how everyone is accepted for being themselves and who they are.”

When I asked her why she wanted to become a teacher, she said, “I became a teacher to express my love for physical education and health to other students. To teach students P.E. is important for the rest of their lives and show them want they need in order to be successful for their lives.” When I asked her how she knew she wanted to become a teacher, she said her inspiration was her sister; “my sister was an elementary teacher and growing up made me want to go into the same field.”

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