Faculty: Past and Present

Grace Staver ‘21, Staff Writer

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Ms. Kolstad

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Here is my first Christmas in 1981; my beautiful mom looks so tired, but I swear I was a good baby 🙂

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My Senior Prom; I was Prom Queen 🙂

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Here’s a pic of my son, Taj, and I visiting my husband in Mexico while he was working on Bachelor in Paradise.

Señora Gibson

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I knew I wanted to be a teacher from a very young age. This is a pic of me at Christmas when I was in the first grade. I asked Santa for a chalkboard. I used this chalkboard daily and would pretend my stuffed animals were my students and I was the teacher. I enjoyed writing on the board and teaching them all the things I learned in class on a daily basis. I loved that chalkboard and it was a distinct memory from my childhood that put me on the path to become the teacher I am today.

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This was my graduation ceremony at UC Santa Barbara when I received my Master’s Degree in Spanish. I was hooded by one of my professors. The hooding ceremony is a special ceremony where a faculty member places the hood over a graduates head to signify their successful completion of the graduate program. It was a significant day for me. My family flew all the way from the east coast to celebrate with me. This day solidified my path to becoming a Spanish teacher and this program instilled in me the skills needed to become an effective Spanish teacher.

Mr. Baker

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I weighed in at a lean 10 pounds 10 ounces when I was born, and my mother still loves me.

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My mother said that she cut my own hair at this age and I must say that I am a huge fan of this bowl cut. On another note, climbing is something my son (Monroe) loves to do, so it warms my heart to see the similarities.

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Most students I have taught will have a lot of fun with this picture. Notice the bleached tips, the ridiculous smile, and all of the facets that would go into creating awesome America Online screen names.

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That is my family. I am what people in the business call…..a fan.

Ms. Whittell

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Me as a baby.  I used that quilt with all of my girls.

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Our family bike rides were notorious.  I just lost a tooth and was showing off to everyone.  I love my mom’s cool shades. My sister wanted to ride her own bike, but wasn’t allowed.  I know she hated being on the handlebars.

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My babies. All three Marymount graduates.

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The love of my life, my husband Randy. Yes, we got married on Valentine’s Day. Aww.

Mr. Eadon

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Mr. Eadon pictured above, two years old.

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Mr. Eadon and his family after hiking Jupiter Mountain in Green Valley.

Dr. Baylor

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Dr. Baylor in the Cub Scouts in the third grade!

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Dr. Baylor, pictured age 11, with the dog he grew up with for 16 years.

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Dr. Baylor with his aunt’s dogs; black labs are his favorite breed!

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From my trip to the Galapagos Islands, the best place I’ve ever been to. Those are sea lions in the background.

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